Robert Mayo Memorial Prize for Best English 300 Paper
Robert Mayo Memorial Prize
Best Paper from English 298/300 "Introduction to Reading & Interpretation"
Melissa Gauger “Jane Austen’s Guidebook to Fear”
Celine Fitzpatrick"Projections, Deflections, and Imperfections: the Mirror Images of Hedwig and Passing"
Tiffany Wu"True Newness: Deconstructing Calvino's If on a winter's night a traveler"
Co-winners Lydia Wuorinen"The Black Sheep's Book of the Dead"Solveig Herzum"A Bond of Unspoken Sisterhood"
Katie Rim"Narratives of Guilt: An Interpretation of Mansfield and James"
Caroline Brown"The De-Anthropological Machine"
Katheryn Ikenberry"Redefining Home: Residing in Memories"
Nicole Sheriko"Textual Housekeeping: Language's Role in Maintaining Societal Boundaries"
Co-winnersEd Krystosek"When You Ain't Got Nothing, You Got Nothing to Lose. Marilynne Robinson's Housekeeping as a Mediation on Trauma and Epistemology"Ellen Maddy"The Nature of Kingship in Richard II"
Co-winnersKevin Soter"The Power of Blackness and 'Insight into the Uncanny': Two Critical Approaches to Poe's The Black Cat"Lindsey Kundel"'As Bitter as Unrequited Love': An Emigrant's Tale of the Betrayer and the Betrayed."
Maxwell Allison"An Essy on An Essay on Criticism - As Alexander Pope"
Catherine DeRose"The Convergence of the Public and Private Spheres in Elizabeth's Gaskell's North and South"
Harris Sockel"Angel Clare: Skepticism versus Religious Embodiment."
Anna Markiewicz"Hetty Sorrel and the Threat of Womanhood: Sexuality, Motherhood, and Infanticide in Adam Bede"
Annie H. Lee"Sentimental Evangelism"
Co-winnersDaniel Marschinke"Lockwood's Marginal Narrative: The Power of Gendered Narration in Wuthering Heights"Sakini Fakhri"Reading Moral Absoluteness into Melville's Pierre"Lindsay Johnson"She Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore: The Sea and Poetic A in Wallace Stevens's The Idea of Order at Key West"
David Baltmanis"Lower Frequencies and the Higher Interests of Society."