History Department Award Winners
The History Department congratulates its students on an outstanding year!
Paul S. Leitz Award for Outstanding History Scholarship: Alexa Lindsley
First Place: Noah Beissel, "Locke, Racialized Chattel Slavery, and the Problem of Mercantile Freedom: Identifying the Source of Locke’s Contradictory Involvements with Atlantic Slavery”
Second Place: Margaret Miller, “Museum Wars: Politicizing the American Past under Ronald Reagan”
Third Place: Sarah Carrillo, “Dueling Identities: Religiosity and Theater in Early Modern Clerkenwell”
First Place: Matthew Racchini, "Ramonat Reflections"
Second Place: Bianca Barcenas, "Mapping Catholics with the Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project"
Marie Pellissier, “Crossing Many Borders: Joseph Brant, John Norton, and the Iroquois in Upper Canada, 1783-1810”
Kelly Schmidt, “’Without Slaves and Without Assassins:’ Transnational Jesuits and the Challenge of Race and Slavery in Antebellum Cincinnati”.
Congratulations to all of our award winners!