Phillip E. Goldfein Class of 1934 Shakespearean Prize
Awarded for the best undergraduate paper on Shakespeare.
Shakespeare Takes On the Romans: Ovid and Vergil, the Artistic Imagination, and Love over Empire in Antony and Cleopatra
Enter Jailer's Daughter, Alone: Madness and Solo Scenes in The Two Noble Kinsmen
“Othello was a lie”: Impersonation and Identity in Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North
"Stripping of Kingship and Functionality in Shakespeare's Richard II"
"A Constant Charade: Acting the Part in Julius Caesar."
Inaccuracies and Interpretations in Roles and Identities within Othello and All's Well that Ends Well
John Gower: Narration and Theatricality in Shakespeare's Pericles
"Caressing the Rabble: Richard II and Theatricality, 1598-1773"
Whose Hamlet Is It Anyway? Clueless, Reality Bites and Redefining Popular Culture in the Generation X
"Realistic and Not Imagined: Medieval Illusion in Hamlet"
"Maintaining Homeostasis: London and the Bodily Threat"
Title: "Variant Configurations of Kingship in Q and F Lear"
Title: "Shakespeare's Lives: Anthony, Cleopatra, and Appropriation"
Title: "The Art of Life: Artistic Mimesis and Biological Reproduction in the Works of Ovid and Shakespeare"
Title: "Very tragical mirth": Ovidian Desire in A MIdsummer Night's Dream