Morales and Charak Win 2019-20 Clio Prizes for Historical Writing

Each year the History Department awards the Clio prizes to the best research paper in a junior/senior History Colloquium and to the best paper in a Freshman History Seminar. Congratulations to the 2019-20 prize winners:

The Clio Prize for the best paper written in a freshman seminar has been awarded to Regina Morales for her work, “Hijas de Immigrantes.” Prof. Allen E. Tullos nominated Morales.

The Clio Prize for the best research paper written in a junior/senior colloquium has been awarded to Hannah Charak for her paper, “The ‘Fruits of Talmadgeism’ Violence and Voter Suppression in the 1946 Georgia Democratic Primary.” Prof. Jason Morgan Ward nominated Charak.