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    • Leadership under fire: How governments manage crisis communication 

      Liu, Brooke Fisher; Iles, Irina A.; Herovic, Emina (2019)
      Crisis leadership is fundamental to preventing, preparing for, managing, and learning from crises. Despite leadership during crises being heavily reliant on communicative processes, the research record predominantly reduces ...
    • How Far Does the Grid Go? 

      Pantelis, Irene Noemi (2019)
      My artwork probes the connection between daily life and what I perceive as the larger grid out there—a mesh that entangles all peoples, beings and things, cuts across all time, and is always in flux. Drawing from my everyday ...
    • A View of Earth from Distant Suns 

      Smith, Jason (2019)
      In keeping with the title, this collection of nine stories trains its lens on a broad range of human experience. What has resulted from this perspective is a cocktail of divergent genres, geographies, voices, and emotional ...
    • Perception, Space, Movement: Illusionistic Ceilings in Seventeenth-Century Rome 

      Newman, Vianna (2019)
      The seventeenth century marked the emergence in Italy of a novel type of painted illusion: quadratura. Its practitioners created a new genre of art, with ceilings as its domain, which relied upon linear perspective and the ...
    • EIGHTY-SEVEN 

      Polek, Nicolette (2019)
      EIGHTY-SEVEN is a collection of stories that captures desire through compression and brevity. It draws the curtains on small windows that look into enormous, shifting houses. Characters are caught in moments where they are ...