Graduate Student Research Essay Prize Recipients
This prize recognizes an outstanding research essay of 15-30 pages that has not been previously published.
Gabriella Angeloni, University of South Carolina, “The Revolutionary Library of Sarah Izard Campbell”
Adam Schoene, Cornell University, “Rousseau’s Mute Eloquence”
Victoria Barnett-Woods, The George Washington University, "Justice on Trial: Obeah and Colonial Law in British Guiana
2016 (Not Awarded)
2015 (Not Awarded)
2014 (Not Awarded)
2013 (Not Awarded)
Devjani Roy, University of Kentucky, "'Thou Proteus!': The Performance of Forgery in Georgiana Cavendish's The Sylph"
2011 (Not Awarded)
2010 (Not Awarded)
Michelle Granshaw, University of Washington, "General Creole: Jon H. Nichols’s Political Plays in the Early American Republic"
Joan G. Gonzalez, "The Modern Trajan: Napoleonic Propaganda in Le Triomphe de Trajan"
Crystal Lake, "Redecorating the Ruin: Women and Antiquarianism in Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall"
Wing Sze Leung, “Perfectibility and Rousseau’s Conceptions of Human Nature and Nature”
Michelle Syba, “After Design: Addison’s Critical Pursuit of Beauties”
Gefen Bar-On, "True Light; True Method: The Impact of Newtonianism on the Editing of Shakespeare in Eighteenth-Century England"