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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

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

Joseph Basile

Joseph Basile

Faculty Sponsors: Travis Glasson, Kathleen Biddick
Course: History W387
Department History

PDF logoEnding the 'Inhuman Traffic': The Role of Humanitarianism in the British Abolition Movement

Clay Boggs

Clay Boggs

Faculty Sponsor: David Watt
Course: History 399
Department: History

PDF logo'The Jews' and 'The Pharisees' in Early Quaker Polemic

Matthew R. Rodrigue

Matthew R. Rodrigue

Faculty Sponsor: Kathy Le Mons Walker
Course: History 385
Department: History

PDF logoRethinking Academia: A Gramscian Analysis of Samuel Huntington

2006-2007 Honorable Mentions

 

Michael Geida

"The Civilian Conservation Corps; Conserving Discrimination?"

Faculty Sponsor: Sharon Ann Musher
Course: W386

 

Cherise Gordon

Cherise Gordon

"Cervical Cancer: A Silent Threat in African-American Women"

Faculty Sponsor: Profesor Sarah Bauerle Bass
Course: Public Health W321
Department: Public Health

 

Stephanie Sikora

Stephanie L. S. Sikora

"The Great Escape: 21st-Century American Politics and the Kyoto Protocol"

Faculty Sponsor: James Rogers
Course: History 385
Department: History

 

Penelope Waite

Penelope Waite

"The Struggle for an Inclusive Vision of America: Lorin W. Brown, the Federal Writer's Project, and the Definition of American Identity"

Faculty Sponsor: Professor Lisa L. Rhodes
Course: American Studies 393
Program: American Studies