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2020 Senior Thesis Grant Recipients

This year, 14 students from eight disciplines received Senior Thesis Grants to conduct virtual research on Europe-focused topics.


Katherine Lempres (History & Literature, Classical Civilizations 2021)


Regan Brady (Economics, European History, Politics and Societies, 2021)

How Will Welfare States Adapt to the Future of Work? A Case Study of the United Kingdom and Denmark

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Hannah Craig (History & Literature, 2021)

Children of the Ceasefire: An Analysis of the Post-Good Friday Generation in Northern Ireland

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Alice Donnellan (Comparative Literature, 2021)

Motherhood and Queer Love: Recuperating Female and Minority French-Speaking Poets (1900-50)

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient


Leo Saenger, Harvard College

Leo Saenger (Applied Mathematics, 2022)


Ciara Hervás (History & Literature, Women, Gender & Sexuality, Mind, Brain & Behavior 2021)

Seeing Beyond the Binary: The Photographic Construction of Queer Identity in 20th Century Europe

Katherine Lempres (History & Literature, Classical Civilizations 2021)

Remember That You Are Not a Woman: Women and Resistance in the Italian Social Republic, 1943-45

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Tomasz Maciak (Social Studies, 2021)

Conceptions of Democracy in Two Polish Towns

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient


Priscilla Samey (Social Studies, Global Health & Health Policy, 2021)


Emily Markowitz (Economics, Social Studies 2021)

System Populists and Policy Populists: A New Lens for Exploring the Rise a Populism in Western Europe

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Elizabeth Oehmler (Sociology, Global Health & Health Policy, 2021)

A Study of Scottish Nationalism under Brexit

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Francesco Rolando (Social Studies, Molecular & Cellular Biology, 2021)

Healthcare As a Border: Migrants' Access to and Exclusion from Healthcare Services in Turin, Italy

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient


Francesco Rolando (Social Studies, Molecular & Cellular Biology, 2021)


Leo Saenger (Applied Mathematics, 2022)

Overtourism and its Impacts on the Authenticity of Venetian Streetscapes

Priscilla Samey (Social Studies, Global Health & Health Policy, 2021)

Beyond the Glass Ceiling: The Impact of Femininity in Modern British Politic

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Nathaniel Steele (Social Studies, Music, 2021)

The Impact of Nationalism on Music Education in Germany and the United States

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient


Nathaniel Steele (Social Studies, Music, 2021)


Taylor Whitsell (Government, European History, Politics and Societies, 2021)

Explaining Stagnation in Domestic War Crimes Prosecutions in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Yuke Zheng (Computer Science, 2021)

The Impact of Overtourism in the Mediterranean Basin


Interested in writing a senior thesis next year?

Taylor Whitsell (Government, European History, Politics and Societies, 2021)

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