News from Humanistic Studies

September 19, 2017

2016-17 Haarlow Prizes Awarded for Frankenstein and Montaigne

The 2016-17 Haarlow Prize was awarded to Gunnar Rice ’17 and Tali Pelts ’20 for the two best papers submitted to a 200-level Humanistics Studies course. Gunnar Rice ’17, an English concentrator, was recognized for his paper, Too Vivid for the Minutiae of Science: Disciplinary Permeability and Literally Poetic Science in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – […]