Record Number of ROFR students receive grants for research in Paris, France during fall break 2011!

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Location: Romance Languages and Literatures Dept.

Please join us in congratulating the following students on their successful grant applications (and wish them “Bon voyage!”)

I. Undergraduates
A. ROFR Sophomores (class of 2014)

Elizabeth Argue

  • "Medieval France and the Importance of Mythical Creatures"
  • Term paper research for ROFR 30710: From Perceval to Puss-in-Boots (Survey I), taught by Julia Douthwaite
  • Grant awarded: Nanovic Institute Undergraduate Fall Break Research

 

Brett Beattie

  • "Pierre de Ronsard: ‘The Prince of Poets’ and His Use of Spatial Metaphors and Literary Fortifications"
  • Term paper research for ROFR 30710: From Perceval to Puss-in-Boots (Survey I), taught by Julia Douthwaite
  • Grant awarded: Nanovic Institute Undergraduate Fall Break Research

 

B. ROFR Juniors (class of 2013)
Rebecca Kibler

  • “Exploring the Political Art of the French Revolution”
  • Term paper research for ROFR 40411: Une Révolution en fiction, taught by Prof. Julia Douthwaite
  • Grant awarded: Nanovic Institute Undergraduate Fall Break Research

 

C. ROFR Seniors (class of 2012)
Daniel Harper

  • “Les Poissardes: A Hidden Voice”
  • Term paper research for ROFR 40411: Une Révolution en fiction, taught by Prof. Julia Douthwaite
  • Grant awarded: Nanovic Institute Undergraduate Fall Break Research

 

Lea Malewitz

  • “Project Dignity and the Arab-Israeli Conflict in France”
  • Senior thesis research directed by Prof. Alison Rice
  • Grants awarded: Nanovic Institute Undergraduate Fall Break Research Grant and ISLA materials grant

 

II. Graduate students (BA/MA)
Lauren Wester

  • “Interview with DIGNITÉ Photographers and Research for Journal Article”
  • Inspired by ROFR 63950: De l’existentialisme à l’éthique, taught by Prof. Alain Toumayan
  • Grants awarded: Nanovic Institute Graduate Initiatives Grant, Graduate School Professional Development grant, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures French excellence fund.

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