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Winning Papers

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Eckles Prize!

2013 WINNERS:

1st Place: Emma Perloff Eckles Prize 2013_Hierarchy Home and Homeland 

2nd Place: William King Eckles Prize 2013_Of Gangsters and Bakers Cake Boss, Stereotypes, and the Italian American Identity 

3rd Place (tied): Marissa Young Eckles Prize 2013_Fans and Fanatics of Jane Austen 

3rd Place (tied): Megan Mattson Eckles Prize 2013_Do Electoral Systems Affect Female Representation 

 

2012 WINNERS

1st Place: Rebecca Levy  We Will Demand Nothing -The Revolutionary Potential of Occupy.pdf

2nd Place: Emily Schirvar  Network Centrality and Weapon Advocacy.pdf

3rd Place: Brianna Gurciullo  Filling the Gap, Exposing Truth, and Strengthening Democracy.pdf

 

2011 WINNERS

1st Place: Augustus Urschel  Understanding Real Money Trading in MMORPGs.pdf

2nd Place: Ricca Prasad  Examining Fearon's Commitment Problems as a Rationalist Explanation of War through the Study of Indo-Pakistani Relations - Why has the Kashmir dispute continued for so long.pdf

3rd Place: Angela Schopke  Examining Fearon's Commitment Problems as a Rationalist Explanation of War through the Study of Indo-Pakistani Relations - Why has the Kashmir dispute continued for so long.pdf

 

2010 WINNERS

1st Place: Jane Olmstead-Rumsey  War of Words - Rhetoric and the US Intervention in Chile in 1973.pdf

2nd Place: Maris Kramer  I am My Lebeneh.pdf

3rd Place (tied):  Rebecca Crowder  Critical Pedagogy and Democratic Education - Applications in the Higher Achievement program.pdf and Alexander Schaper This Might Just Be My Masterpiece - The Basterds' Power of Fiction to Master and Inglorious Past.pdf

 

2009 WINNERS

1st Place: Kirsten Ortega  Framing Homosexuality - Media influence in reconciling the film Brokeback Mountain within the limits of a heteronormative society.pdf

2nd Place: Gretchen Gasteier  Why Don't We Hear from the Women - The female voice in public settings.pdf

3rd Place: Callie Freitag  The Real World - Opening social dialogue through stereotypical casting.pdf

 

 

 

 

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