Greenfield Thesis Prize
The Thelma and Stanley Greenfield English Honors Thesis Prize, a $1,000 award to the best English honors thesis from the year, named in honor of two of the English Department’s most beloved former Professors.
Samuel Rodgers: “James Baldwin: Across Literary Forms,” a critical thesis written under the direction of Courtney Thorsson, Mark Whalan, and Casey Shoop.
Naduah Wheeler: “Sexy Skeletons: Literary Reclamation of Native Sexuality and Eroticism,” a critical thesis written under the direction of Quinn Miller and Kirby Brown.
Tucker Mollers: “Driving On,” a creative thesis written under the direction of Mary Elene Wood and Corbett E. Upton.