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Graduate Prizes

2017-2018

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Ilana Larkin

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Samantha Botz

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Toby Altman
The Shock of the Old: Periodization, Poetics, and Diachronic Exchange Between the Renaissance and the Avant-Garde


2016-2017

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Clay Cogswell

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

 

Co-Winners

Anne Boemler

Nora Eltahawy

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

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


2015-2016

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Hannah Chaskin

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Co-Winners

Meaghan Fritz

Seth Swanner

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Maha Jafri
Between Us: Gossip, Sociability, and the Victorian Novel


2014-2015

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Casey Caldwell

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Co-Winners

Kara Johnson

Hosannah Kreinke

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Co-Winners

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

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


2013-2014

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Ean High

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Alanna Hickey

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

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


2012-2013

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Nora Eltahawy

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Toby Altman

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Wendy Roberts

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

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


2011-2012

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Alanna Hickey

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Carolina Hotchandani

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

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


2010-2011

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Meghan Daly

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Joshua Smith

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Abram Van Engen 
The Sentimental Puritan


2009-2010

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Jade Werner

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Greg Laski

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Carissa Harris

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Jeffery Knight 
Compiling Culture: Textual Assembly and the Production of Renaissance Literature


2008-2009

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Jacqueline Murdock

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Nat Small

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Hyun-Jung Lee 
Evil Genius: Victorian Popular Fiction as Moral Philosophy


2007-2008

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Greg Laski

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Elizabeth McCabe

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

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


2006-2007

English Department Teaching Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant

Jenny Lee

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Scott Proudfit

Jean H. Hagstrum Prize for Best Dissertation

Co-Winners

Daniel Gleason
Seeing Imagism: A Poetics of Literary Visualization

Wen Jin 
Rethinking Cultural Translation: Multiculturalism and Chinese American Transnational Literature

Karin Strand Prize

Abram Van Engen
Shifting Perspectivies: Sin and Soteriology in Julian's A Revelation of Love

Karen Strand Prize, Honorable Mention

Wendy Roberts
"For me to live, is Christ; and to die, is gain": Accounting for Biblical Citation in A Journal of Rev. John Marrant


2005-2006

English Department Teaching Excellence Award

Hyun-Jung Lee

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

Karin Strand Prize for Best Essay

Jeff Knight
"Chaucer Polyced": The Labors of Literary Collecting, ca. 1532

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