The George Mason Review is a cross-disciplinary, undergraduate journal. Through the publication of exemplary, scholarly works, the GMR acts as a medium for discussion among us–the Mason undergraduate body–about scholarship. It seeks to re-vision scholarship by exploring and challenging the boundaries separating disciplines from each other, the humanities from the sciences, and academic from creative.
For example, the GMR aims to highlight the places where neuroscience, ethnography, and linguistics meet and strengthen each other. Also, it actively solicits works that demonstrate the creativity of the sciences or the academic process of the humanities. In doing so, the GMR hopes to represent the academic excellence of the Mason undergraduate body.
- The GMR is a medium where your voice–through your works–is important and recognized as such.
- The GMR allows you to contribute your voice to a discussion defining what scholarship looks like.
- The GMR provides a place for you to be published both online and in print.
- The GMR presents your creativity, academic excellence, and hard work to your peers, your faculty, and the whole Mason community.