Congratulations to this year's recipients of HRI's Prizes for Research in the Humanities! These prizes recognize outstanding humanities research at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
We hope to celebrate the winners and the end of the academic year at a ceremony and reception May 5 at 4 p.m. in Illini Union 314A, COVID permitting. Watch for more information to come!
Elizabeth Massa Hoiem (Information Sciences), “The Progress of Sugar: Consumption as Complicity in Children’s Books about Slavery and Manufacturing, 1790-2015.” Children's Literature in Education. 52.2 (June 2021): 162-182.
Makoto Harris Takao (Music), “Beyond Nostalgia and the Prison of English: Positioning Japan in a Global History of Emotions,” Zeithistorische Forschungen | Studies in Contemporary History. 18.1 (2021).
Ana Lisa Eberline (Communication), “Working on the Farm: An Autoethnography Exploring Gender, Race, and Labor Divisions,” submitted for LLS 596/ANTH 515A: Critical Border Studies. Taught by Professor Gilberto Rosas.
Tiffany Octavia Harris (Education, Policy, Organization and Leadership/Gender and Women’s Studies), “What Counts as Data: A Methodology of Documenting Lived Experiences and Theorizing Archives,” submitted for EPOL 599: Thesis Research, directed by Professor Ruth Nicole Brown.
Megan Cole (English), “Creating an Asexual Public Sphere: Mary Astell and the Legacy of Medieval English Nuns,” submitted for ENGL 599: Thesis Research, directed by Professor Hina Nazar.
Congratulations to all of this year's recipients!