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Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarship Recipients Announced for 2009-2010

Wed, October 14, 2009

Congratulations to the Honors students and their supervising professors who have been awarded Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarship! 

Tanner Arrington, Geography and the Environment, “Potential Environmental Impacts of a Dam Removal on the San Marcos River, Texas”, Professor Paul Hudson

Norma Balli-Borrero, English, “Beware of Goblins:  Characterizations and Visualizations of Childhood in Christina Rossetti’s ‘Goblin Market’”, Professor Mia Carter

Aaron Barr, Asian Studies, “Cannon and Commentary:  A Comparative Study”, Professor Chiu-Mi Lai

Mahala Guevara, Economics, “The Political Economy of Recent Development in Texas Water Management”,  Professor Harry Cleaver

James Hammond, English, “The Darkness of Memory:  Race and Empire in Medieval Romance”, Professor Geraldine Heng

Anne Hulsey, Humanities, “Politics as an Expression of Culture”, Professor Zoltan Barany

Jean Liew, English, “Weakness in Hunger, Strength in Recovery:  Anorexia and the Feminist Struggle in Villette”, Professor Carol Mackay

Maren Lujan, Psychology, “Perceptions of Fairness Among Hispanic Children in Relation to Discrimination”, Professor Rebecca Bigler

Melissa McInnis, Psychology, “Young Children’s Understanding of Real and Pretend Invisible Phenomena and Its Relationship to the Development of the Appearance-Reality Distinction”, Professor Jacqueline Woolley

John Meyer, Government, “Proportional Representation and Party Consolidation in Iraq, 2005 to 2010”, Professor Robert Moser

Erich Riepen, Sociology, “The Effects of Homohobia on Closeted Gay Men in the Greek System”, Professor Gloria González-López

Griffin Seifried, History, “Selling the War”, Professor Michael Stoff

Kathleen Skinner, English, “Maria Graham and the Voyage of the HMS Blonde”, Professor Lance Bertelsen

Alisha Van Eimeren, Linguistics, “The Psycholinguistics of Animal Oppression in American English”, Professor Robert King

Anthony Wright, Anthropology, “Place and Identity:  Supported Housing”, Professor John Traphagan

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