Department Graduate Prizes

July 8, 2019

Congratulations to the English Department graduate student winners of this year’s departmental prizes:

  • Seo Hee Im: Departmental Prize for the Best Dissertation of the Year for “After Totality: Late Modernisms and the Globalization of the Novel”
  • Alex Reider: Departmental Prize for the Best Essay Accepted for Publication for her forthcoming article, “Ic ane geseah idese sittan: The Woman and Women Apart in Old English Poetry”; and (honorable mention) Noah Webster Prize for work in the history of the language for her essay, “The Bilingual Exeter Book of Old English Poetry”
  • Julia Chan: Departmental Prize for the Best Essay Accepted for Publication for her article, The Brave New Worlds of Birth Control: Women’s Travel in Soviet Russia and Naomi Mitchison’s We Have Been Warned
  • Eve Houghton: Noah Webster Prize for work in the history of the language for her essay, ““So long and tedious, in a stile not usuall”: Form and Compromise in Richard Hooker’s Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie
  • Chelsie Malyszek: Noah Webster Prize (honorable mention) for work in the history of the language for her essay, Auden’s Root Systems: “Bucolics” and the Etymological Sublime
  • Lizzie Mundell Perkins: Departmental Prize for the Best Essay for Coursework for her essay, Re-reading for the plot: The Golden Bowl (1904) and the grammar of knowledge
  • Andrew Brown: Elizabethan Club Graduate/Dissertation Essay Prize for “Artificial Persons: Fictions of Representation in Early Modern Drama”
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