Graduate Student Awards

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Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

2016-17

Alanna Hickey
(Ph.D. 2016)

The Forms of National Belonging: The Politics of Nineteenth-Century Native American Poetry

2015-16

Maha Jafri
(Ph.D. 2015)

Between Us: Gossip, Sociability, and the Victorian Novel

2014-15

Christopher Shirley
(Ph.D. 2014)

Reading by Hand: Manuscript Poetry and Reader Identity in Early Modern England

Winter Jade Werner
(Ph.D. 2014)

The Gospel and the Globe: Missionary Enterprises and the Cosmopolitan Imagination, 1795-1860

2013-14

Michael Slater
(Ph.D. 2013)

The "Literary Revolution": Reimagining Literature and Science in the Renaissance

2012-13

Jenny Lee
(Ph.D. 2012)

Confessio Auctoris: Confessional Poetics and Authority in the Literature of Late Medieval England, 1350-1450

Wendy Roberts
(Ph.D. 2013)

Redeeming Verse: The Rise of Revival Poetry in Eighteenth-Century British North America

2011-12

Greg Laski
(Ph.D. 2012)

The Present-Past: Race, Repetition, and the Temporality of American Democracy after Slavery

2010-11

Abram Van Engen
(Ph.D. 2010)

The Sentimental Puritan

2009-10

Jeffrey Knight
(Ph.D. 2009)

Compiling Culture: Textual Assembly and the Production of Renaissance Literature

2008-09

Hyun Jung Lee
(Ph.D. 2009)

Evil Genius: Victorian Popular Fiction as Moral Philosophy

2007-08

Gayle Rogers
(Ph.D 2008)

British Modernism and Ortega's Spanish Vanguard: Cosmopolitanism, Circulation, and Modernity, 1922-1939

2006-07

Wen Jin
(Ph.D. 2006)

Rethinking Cultural Translation: Multiculturalism and Chinese American Transnational Literature

Dan Gleason
(Ph.D. 2007)

Seeing Imagism: A Poetics of Literary Visualization

2005-06

William Huntting Howell
(Ph.D. 2005)

"A more perfect copy than heretofore": Imitation, Emulation, and the Early American Literary Culture

2004-05

Dana Bilsky
(Ph.D. 2005)

Tangled Skeins: Identification and Tantasmatic Genealogies of Slavery in Narratives by Jacobs, Crafts, Wilson, and Keckley

2003-04

Benjamin Pauley
(Ph.D. 2004)

The Common Class of Men: Law and the Lay Reader in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel

2001-02

Matthew Frankel
(Ph.D. 2001)

The Aesthetics of Citizenship: Race, Representation, and the American Sublime

1999-2000

Bradley Deane
(Ph.D. 1999)

The Making of the Victorian Novelist: Authorship, Ideology, and the Mass Market

1998-99

Claire Waters
(Ph.D. 1998)

Doctrine Embodied: Gender, Performance, and Authority in Late-Medieval Preaching

 

English Department Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award

English Department Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

2016-17

Anne Boemler
Nora Eltahawy

Clay Cogswell

2015-16

Meaghan Fritz
Seth Swanner

Hannah Chaskin

2014-15

Kara Johnson
Hosanna Krienke (Ph.D. 2016)

Casey Caldwell

2013-14

Alanna Hickey (Ph.D. 2016)

Ean High

2012-13

Toby Altman

Nora Eltahawy

2011-12

Carolina Hotchandani (Ph.D. 2013)

Alanna Hickey (Ph.D. 2016)

2010-11

Joshua Smith (Ph.D. 2011)

Meghan Costa

2009-10

Carissa Harris (Ph.D. 2012)
Greg Laski (Ph.D. 2012)

Winter Jade Werner (Ph. D.2014)

2008-09

Nathaniel Small

Jacquelyn Hendricks (Ph.D. 2013)

2007-08

Elizabeth McCabe (Ph.D. 2013)

Greg Laski (Ph.D. 2012)

2006-07

Scott Proudfit (Ph.D. 2008)

Jenny Lee (Ph.D. 2012)

2005-06

Hyun-Jung Lee (Ph.D. 2008)

Anna Fenton-Hathaway (Ph.D. 2013)

Weinberg College and Associated Student Government Teaching Awards

2011-12

Maha Jafri
(Ph.D. 2015)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

2010-11

Michael Slater 
(Ph.D. 2013)

ASG Faculty & Administrator Honor Roll

2007-08

Abram Van Engen
(Ph.D. 2010)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

2006-07

Christie Harner
(Ph.D. 2010)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

2003-04

Deana Greenfield
(M.A. 2008)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

2002-03

Coleman Hutchison
(Ph.D. 2006)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

2000-01

Matthew Frankel
(Ph.D. 2001)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

1999-2000

Christopher Hager
(Ph.D. 2003)

WCAS Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher

Eric LeMay
(Ph.D. 2002)