Bowdoin Prizes

2021–2022 Bowdoin Undergraduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Kelsey Chen for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Things Adrift: A Vital Materialist Account of Trinh Mai’s Bone of My Bone as Feminist Refuge-Making Craft.”

Congratulations to Sonia Epstein for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “‘To Build and to Be Built’: Tuberculosis Control and the Zionist Movement, 1922–1957.”

Congratulations to Samuel Lincoln for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “To Build a Monument for Poetry: An Epigraphic Analysis of Cy Twombly’s Thyrsis Triptych.”

 

Announcement: 2021–2022 Bowdoin Graduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Vanessa Braganza for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Fortune’s Wheel Is a Cipher Wheel: Coded Tudor Politics and the Birth of Early Modern Revenge Tragedy.”

 

Congratulations to Thea Goldring for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Through Aquatinted Glasses: The Global Context of Jean-Baptiste Le Prince’s Invention of Aquatint.”

 

Congratulations to Tiffany Nichols for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “To Know the Laboratory Is to Leave It.”

 

Congratulations to Beatrice Steinert for winning the Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “An Image of Time.”

 

 

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Any candidate for a higher degree from Harvard University who holds a bachelor’s degree and who has been in residence at Harvard University since the beginning of the academic year may compete for these prizes. Read more

 

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Undergraduates resident in Harvard College who do not hold an academic degree or have not fulfilled the requirements therefor may compete for these prizes. Read more