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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

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

Winners 2010-2011

2011 Library Prize Winners

Winners with Library Prize Chair, Fred Rowland, Prize Sponsor Jack H. Livingstone, Jr. '49 and Dean of University Libraries, Larry Alford

Melissa Garretson

Melissa Garretson
 

“The Dancing Intelligence of the Age: Women of the Institute of Colored Youth, 1852-1903"

 

Faculty Sponsors: Bettye Collier-Thomas
Course: History 4296 
Department: History

 

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Karl McCool

Karl McCool 

“A Pornographic Avant-Garde: Boys in the Sand, LA Plays Itself, and the Construction of a Gay Masculinity” 

Faculty Sponsors: Whitney Strub
Course: LGBT Studies 3400
Department: LGBT Studies

 

PDF logoA Pornographic Avant-Garde: Boys in the Sand, LA Plays Itself, and the Construction of a Gay Masculinity

Cara Rankin

 Cara Rankin

"Cracking Consensus: The Dominican Intervention, Public Opinion and Advocacy Organizations in the 1960s"

Faculty Sponsors: Petra Goedde
Course: History 4997
Department: History



PDF logoCracking Consensus: The Dominican Intervention, Public Opinion and Advocacy Organizations in the 1960s

2010-2011 Honorable Mentions

Wajeeha Choudhary

"The Loose Threads of 'Rag Head' Phobia"

Faculty Sponsors: Kelly Shannon
Course: American Studies 2900
Department: American Studies

Anna Dini

Anna Dini

"Reconciling Faith and Astrology in Early Modern Europe: Marsilio Ficino's Influence on John Milton's 'On the Morning of Christ's Nativity'"

Faculty Sponsors: Susan Wells
Course: English 4597
Department: English