We are pleased to announce that the 2014 Woodruff Library Undergraduate Research Award (URA) winners have been selected by our panel of judges. Prizes will be awarded to the following students:
Fiona O’Carroll —“’The Instinct of Every Real Woman': The Ideas of the Anti-Suffrage Movement in the U.S., 1868-1920″ Faculty sponsor: Patrick Allitt
Laurabeth Goldsmith —“Theresienstadt: Concentration Camp Camouflaged as The ‘Model Jewish Settlement’” Faculty sponsor: Carol Anderson
Ryan Sutherland —“Exoticism and Musical Appropriation: The Javanese Gamelan in Debussy’s Pagodes (1903) and Russian Folk Music is Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps (1913)” Faculty sponsor: Elizabeth Clendinning
Each winning entry will receive a prize of $500, supported by the Elizabeth Long Atwood Fund.
The judges also selected one project for an honorable mention:
Chloe Burrell—“Cruelty: The Shifting Historical Definition of Marriage” Faculty sponsor: Judith Miller
The awards will be presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium on Wednesday, April 23 at the Dobbs University Center. The winners will share their work with the Emory community via poster presentations from 3 to 6 p.m.
Please come out and support these students!
Many thanks to this year’s Undergraduate Research Award Judges Panel:
Erica Bruchko, Woodruff Library Judith C. Rohrer, Art History Department Liv Nilsson Stutz, Department of Anthropology Lori Jahnke, Woodruff Library Valerie Summet, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science