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2019 Senior Thesis Grant Recipients

 

This year, 11 students received Senior Thesis Grants to conduct research on Europe-focused topics. Following is a list of the grant recipients and the projects they will research during the summer.

Benjamin Roy, May Wang, Vanessa Ruales Navas and Russel Reed (left to right)

Lily Jacobs (Social Studies, 2020)

Understanding Non-secular Feminism: Agency and Recognition in French Muslim Feminist Movements

Matthew Keating (Government, 2020)

European Union Member States’ Approaches to Evaluating and Supporting LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Drake Marshall (History, 2020)

World War I and the Birth of Modern Combined Arms Tactics

Emma Potvin (History, 2020)

Diplomatic Culture in the French Restoration, 1816-1831

Russell Reed (Special Concentration, 2020)

The Killing of a Sacred Ape: Colonial Racial Science and Gorilla Conservation in the Albertine Rift

Benjamin Roy, (Classics, 2020)

The Reception of the Classics by Neo-Fascist Political Organizations in Modern Greece

Vanessa Ruales Navas (Social Studies, 2020)

Effect of Freedom of Expression Jurisprudence and Corporate Perception on UK Food Labelling

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Alexandra Todorova (History, 2020)

The Aryan Vikings of Hedeby: Danish Archaeology in the Shadow of the Third Reich

Rebecca Thau (History and Literature & Romance Languages and Literatures, 2020)

Re-Judaization and Algerian-French Thinkers: Jewishness for Jacques Derrida and Helene Cixous

May Wang (Comparative Literature, 2020)

Evolutionary Theory and Literary Framing in Nineteenth Century French and English Literature

Selena Zhao (Government, 2020)

Understanding Democratic Dysfunction in Northern Ireland's Power-Sharing Institution

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

This list was updated on May 17, 2019.

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