Supplementary Statements

The George Mason Review is particularly interested in explanations of the processes involved in creating traditionally-defined “creative” works. Therefore, the supplementary statement is often as important as the work itself. This statement should…

  1. Discuss the overall genesis of the work
  2. Demonstrate an awareness of field-specific theories incorporated in the work
  3. Explain the principles and methods that were incorporated in or influenced the work
  4. Make the work accessible to those not in your discipline
  5. Explain how the work re-visions scholarship

Examples:

Uncategorized Works
Research Writing

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