The History Department is thrilled to announce that two History students have won prestigious 2021 FASS Undergraduate Summer Research Internships. Please join us in congratulating the following:
- Raeann Au, History: “Disney, DreamWorks, and Settler Colonialism: A Comparative Critical Analysis of Atlantis: The Lost Empire and The Road to El Dorado” (under the supervision of Professor Danielle Kinsey)
- Sarah Ham, English and History: “The Language of Resistance: Examining Counter-Culture Media on Baldwin Street” (under the supervision of Professor Michel Hogue)
The FASS Undergraduate Summer Research Internship program provides senior undergraduate students with an opportunity to conduct independent research during the summer months, under the supervision of a FASS faculty member. Each student receives a research stipend of $7500 to support their research. The full list of 2021 winners can be found on the FASS website.