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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

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

Winners 2012-2013

2012 Library Prize Winners

Winners with Interim Dean of University Libraries, Carol Lang

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Eamonn Connor

Eamonn Connor

“Miasma and the Formation of Greek Cities"


Faculty Sponsors: Sydnor Roy
Course: GRC 4182 (Independent Study)
Department: Classics


PDF logoMiasma and the Formation of Greek Cities

Emily Simpson

Emily Simpson

“¡Represion! Punk Resistance and the Culture of Silence in the Southern Cone, 1978-1990"


Faculty Sponsors: Beth Bailey
Course: History 4997
Department: History


PDF logo¡Represion! Punk Resistance and the Culture of Silence in the Southern Cone, 1978-1990

Nicole Wolverton

Nicole Wolverton

“The Murder at Cherry Hill"


Faculty Sponsors: Priya Joshi
Course: English 3020: Detective Novel and the City
Department: English


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2012-2013 Honorable Mentions

Jordan Kimmelheim

Jordyn Kimelheim

"The Persistence of Chattel Slavery in Contemporary Mauritania"

Faculty Sponsor: Jane Gordon
Course: Political Science 4896
Department: Political Science

Kyle Repella

Kyle Repella

"False Pretenders and Friends of Truth: Pennsylvania, the Keithian Controversy, and the Reorientation of the Quaker Empire in the late Seventeenth Century"

Faculty Sponsor: Travis Glasson
Course: History 4997
Department: History

Library Prize 2012-13 Awards Ceremony Video