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2014-2015 HUGRA Recipients

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We are very pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Humanities Undergraduate Research Award Recipients.

Jordan C. Brown, History
“Rumored Fair Housing Act and California Proposition 14″
Mentor: David Brundage, Professor of History

Camille A. Charette, Philosophy
“Humanitarian Intervention, a Feminist Perspective”
Mentor: Neda Atanasoski, Associate Professor of Feminist Studies

Amanda L. Cheung, Language Studies
“Missionaries and the Issue of Footbinding in Modern China”
Mentor: Emily Honig, Professor of History

Francisco M. Delgado, Linguistics
“Chamorro Loanword Morphology”
Mentor: Sandra Chung, Professor of Linguistics

Jennifer J. Lemieux, History
* Bertha N. Melkonian Prize Recipient
“The Rise of the Feminist Movement in Okinawa and the Changing Role of Media, 1995-Present”
Mentor: Alan Christy, Associate Professor of History

Rafferty Lincoln, History
“Inscribed culture: Life and identity in the provincial Roman Empire”
Mentor: Charles Hedrick, Professor of History

Eileen R. O’Neill, Linguistics
“Phonetic and phonological change and the influence of English on Modern Irish”
Mentor: Jaye Padgett, Professor of Linguistics

Samantha Pineda, Feminist Studies
“Tracing Contributions: Salvadoran Women in the Diaspora and the 2014 Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) Presidential Campaign”
Mentor: Hector Perla, Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies

Valery V. Vanegas, Linguistics
“A Study in Voice Quality Using Accelerometers”
Mentor: Grant McGuire, Assistant Professor of Linguistics

Jake Vincent, Linguistics
* Bertha N. Melkonian Prize Recipient

“Chamorro Head-Internal Relative Clauses and the Linker”
Mentor: Sandra Chung, Professor of Linguistics


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