Winners of the 2011-2012 Monroe Library Student Research Competition
Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural Monroe Library Student Research Competition!
Senior, History and Sociology
“Pragmatism, Principle, and Ideology in the Early American Republic: Paper Money and Early America”
Freshman, Theatre Arts/ Mass Communication
“The Secular Voice of Gandersheim: Pre-Feminism and Secular Themes in the Plays of Hrotsvit”
Senior, History and Classical Studies
“Masters of the Bayou: Class, Conflict, and Context of Guerrillas in Civil War Louisiana”
The Monroe Library Student Research Competition recognizes and rewards students who make exemplary use of the collections, resources, and services of the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library throughout the research process in order to produce an academic or creative work. The first place winner is awarded $300 and two runners-up are awarded $100. Once again, congratulations to the winners!