Skip to main content

Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.

Winners 2014-2015

2015 Library Prize Winners

Winners of the 2015 Library Prizes

View Prize-winning papers

Bethany Burns-Lynch

Bethany Burns-Lynch
 

“'The widow carried on the business': Elizabeth Willing Powel and widowhood in early national Philadelphia"

 

Faculty Sponsor: Travis Glasson
Course: History 4497: Honors Thesis Seminar (Spring 2015)
Department: History



 

PDF logo 'The widow carried on the business': Elizabeth Willing Powel and widowhood in early national Philadelphia

Patrick C. DeBrosse

Patrick C. DeBrosse
 

“ 'Men of instinct, impetuousness, and action': chivalry and the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland "

 

Faculty Sponsors: Travis Glasson
Course: History 4497: Honors Thesis Seminar (Spring 2015)
Department: History



 

PDF logo 'Men of instinct, impetuousness, and action': chivalry and the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland

Kadijatou Diallo

Kadijatou Diallo
 

“Explaining Variations in Treaty Entry into Force Thresholds"

 

Faculty Sponsors: Sarah S. Bush
Course: Political Science 4996: International Organizations - Political Science Honors Capstone (Fall 2014)
Department: Political Science



 

PDF logoExplaining Variations in Treaty Entry into Force Thresholds

2014-2015 Honorable Mentions

Irena Frumkin

"Conceptualizing Blackness in Northern Renaissance Art"

Faculty Sponsor: Ashley West
Course: Art History 4082: Independent Study (Fall 2014)
Department: Art History

Julie E. Seidman

"A Rhetorical Analysis of 'Epoch of Clemency': Homophobia and Invisibility in Russian Society"

Faculty Sponsor: Scott Gratson
Course: Strategic Communications 3396: Rhetorical Criticism (Fall 2014)
Department: Strategic Communication