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2022 Senior Thesis Grant Recipients

 

This year, the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) granted Senior Thesis Grants to 13 rising seniors from 5 disciplines to travel and conduct research in 7 different Europe countries.

Left to right: Taehwan Kim, Florian Bochert, Mercedes Sapuppo, Katharine Heintz, Yousuf Bakshi, Dharma Seda Gonzalez , Eli Frankel, Oliver Riskin-Kutz.

Yousuf Bakshi (Government, 2023)

Research on the Blockchain in Estonia

Henry Bellew (History and Government, 2023)

The Effects of Political Appeals by British Far-Right Leaders in the Early 20th Century

Florian Bochert (Government, 2023)

An Invisible Wall: Reasons for the Political Divide Between Eastern and Western Germany

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Alison Chen (Philosophy, 2023)

Malick, Ryle, and the Continental-Analytic Divide


Eli Frankel (Social Studies, 2023)

Father of the New Left or Apostle of Chaos: Marcuse and the Ethics of Revolution

Katharine Heintz (Government, 2023)

Public Opinion Regarding European Integration in Norway

Taehwan Kim (Social Studies, 2023)

Conceptions of Lacit Among Liberal Secularists in France

Oliver Riskin-Kutz (History, 2023)

An Environmental History of the Migration from Acadia to Louisiana


Mercedes Sapuppo (Social Studies, 2023)

Democratic Backsliding during Covid-19 in Central and Eastern Europe

Dharma Seda Gonzalez (Romance Languages, 2023)

The Women of Las Ventas Prison: Carceral Testimony as a Subversive Literary Practice

* Real Colegio Complutense Grant Recipient

Thuan Tran (Social Studies, 2023)

Black Notes on Saigon

Abigail LaBreck (Government, 2023)

The Intersection of Religion and Politics: Compulsory Religious Education in Alsace-Moselle


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