2019 Anne Firor Scott Award Winners

The following students are this year's recipients of the Anne Frior Scott Award.  This award is given to help undergraduate and graduate students engaged in research in women's history.

2019 Award Winner
 

Department/Yr/Advisor

Research Topic

Allain, Jacqueline

History/3rd/Dubois

"'They are quiet women now:' Incarcerated Women and Hair Cropping in the
Postemancipation British Caribbean"

Amundson, Sarah
 

History/2nd/Glymph

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Barco, Siobhan
 

History/1st/Edwards

A Study of Myra Bradwell as Legal Philosopher

Franco, Robert
 

History/5th/Olcott

Revolution in the Sheets: The Politics of Sex, Sexuality, and the Family in the
Mexican Left, 1971-2001

Guenther, Helena
 

History Undergrad 2020
Glymph

White, But Colored: The Emancipated Slaves of New Orleans

Kadis, Lexi
 

History Undergrad 2020
Thorne

Lady Travel Authors: Recruitment, Development, and Reception, 1830-1900

Kidd, Gray
 

History/5th/French

Being Called to the Street in Recife and Salvador: Benjaminian Projects of
Urban Erotics on the Periphery of a Periphery in Seventies Brazil

Woollery, Meghan
 

History/3rd/Malegam

An Emotional State: The Role of Emotions in Shaping Englis Legal Culture, 1154-
1272

 

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