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Multiple FFS Graduate Students win at 2022 Graduate Exhibition.

Multiple FFS Graduate Students win at 2022 Graduate Exhibition.

Graduate exhibition

We are thrilled to announce that five Penn State FFS graduate students received awards for their research and creative scholarship in the 37th annual Graduate Exhibition.

First Place:

  • Katherine Ellis, liberal arts / French, “Does Trauma Have a Race? The Role of French Imperialism in Conceptualizing Trauma and Recovery in Western Medicine (1914-1918)”
  • Brooke Tybush, liberal arts / French, “Sexual Mentorship and Feminist Resistance in Eighteenth-Century French Literature”

Third Place:

  • Eric Disbro, liberal arts / French and Francophone studies, “Trans-Inclusive Pedagogies for the Francophone Literature Classroom: A Case Study”
  • Morgane Haesen, liberal arts / French, “An Ever-Bleeding Heart: Life Writings in the Alsace-Lorraine Borderland, 1870-1918”
  • Ryan Pilcher, liberal arts / French, “Educating Feeling: Race and Sentimental Science in Aglaé Comte’s Histoire naturelle racontée à la jeunesse”

You can read about the winners here!

Published: April 11, 2022