Bowdoin Prizes

2018–2019 Bowdoin Undergraduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Martin Berger for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “Within and Beyond Kinship: The Surveillance of People Convicted of Sex Crimes.”

Congratulations to Marella Gayla for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Blue-Collar Workers, White-Collar Viewers, and the Birth of the Home Renovation Show.”

Congratulations to Thomas Andrew Lee for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for his essay entitled “Silent Intrusion: New Insights into Volcano Dynamics.”

 

2018–2019 Bowdoin Graduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Samuel Diener for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “Eighteenth-Century Pipes and the Erasure of the Disposable Object.”

Congratulations to Rebecca Rothfeld for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Anxious Thinking: Heidegger and Arendt on Epistemic Vigilance.”

Congratulations to Dakota McCoy for winning the Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “Cheating Darwin: Germline Parasites and the Paradox of Transplant Rejection.”

 

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The Bowdoin Prizes, some of Harvard's oldest and most prestigious student awards, are designed to recognize essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists. Read more

 

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The Bowdoin Prizes, some of Harvard's oldest and most prestigious student awards, are designed to recognize essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists. Read more