2005-2006

English Department Prize in Fiction

Brooks Teevan 
"Ordering Pizza from a Murder"

English Department Prize for Best Creative Nonfiction Essay

Bridget Ganske 
"Learning Esperer"

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Hyun-Jung Lee 
Winter 2006 Freshman Seminar - "Modern Monsters"

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Anna Fenton-Hathaway

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Hunt Howell 
"A More Perfect Copy than Heretofore': Imitation, Emulation, and Early American Literary Culture"

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Critical Essay on American Literature

Shelley Kahn 
"Are You Being Served?: The Role of Servants in Elizabeth Stoddard's The Morgesons."

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Creative Nonfiction Essay

Alissa Anderson 
"My Heart is Full of Rust"

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Fiction

Shan 
Fiction by a Senior: "The Garden"

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Fiction

Kuangyan Huang 
Fiction by a Junior: "A House with Everything"

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Fiction

Victoria Don 
Fiction: "Estoy Contigo"

Helen G. Scott Prize for Best Fiction

Nick Romeo 
Voice in Fiction: "Roach and Slug"

Excellence in Creative Writing

Ganske 
Honor's Thesis: "Learning Esperar"

Excellence in Creative Writing

Daniel Gross 
Overall performance in the Creative Writing Sequence

Robert Mayo Memorial Prize

Anna Markiewicz 
Hetty Sorrel and the Threat of Womanhood: Sexuality, Motherhood, and Infanticide in Adam Bede.

Harriet Gilliam Memorial Prize For best essay on Psychological interpretation of a literary text

Rupali Sharma 
On Making 'the Freedom of Existentialism' Accessible to Women

J. Scott Clark Award for Outstanding Aptitude in Creative Writing

Jeannie Vanasco

Jean Meyer Aloe Poetry Prize from The American Academy of Poets Prize

Margaret Mascal 
Werewolf Grieving