College Alumni Society Henry Reed Prize
Awarded for the best essay written by an undergraduate on the literature of the English Renaissance.
"'The Pilgrims went up that hill with ease, because they had these two men to lead them up by the arms': The Collaborative Nature of Faith and Allegory in The Pilgrim's Progress and The Holy War."
"Crossdressing Boys On and Off Stage in Early Mdoern Europe
"'A Place for Freedom'?: Construction and the Pastoral in The Convent of Pleasure"
"Margaret Cavendish's Philosophical Letters: Early Modern Optics and Gendered Vision"
'Is it not queer?': Derek Jarman's Edward II and Dialogue Changes as a Weapon of Homophobia
Title: Female Chastity and the Female Body in Comus
"Performing Painting in the Sonnets of Wroth and Sidney"
"Less Accessible by Extension: The Theologies of the Poetry of Crashaw, Donne and Herbert"
"Authority Through Contradiction: Material and Immaterial in Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World"
Title: Battered or Battering? Sexual Roles in Donne's Sonnets
Title: Discontinuous Biblical Reading Practices"
Title: Prompt: Jacobean drama was 'troubled with the mother' - that is, the plays express considerable anxiety about the maternal." Discuss the representation of motherhood in Jacobean Theater.
Title: "Shadows in The Garden"
Title: "An Apology for Difficult Poetry: The Politics of Glossing in Spenser's Shepharde's Calendar"