Second Annual USC Libraries Research Award Winners Honoured

22 April 2015

Adam Matthew is proud to congratulate the three winners of the second Annual USC Libraries Research Award, funded by Adam Matthew, who were announced on April 21, 2015.

First place honors in the graduate student category was Slavic Languages and Literatures major Natalia Dame for her submission “Russia in Distress, or the Tortured Virgins in the Russian Satirical Journals of 1905–1906.”

First prize in the undergraduate division went to History student Jack Merritt with his paper “South Tyrol, Südtirol, or Trentino? National Community on the Linguistic Frontier of Austria and Italy, 1848–1945,” which takes an in-depth look at the relationship between the linguistic minorities of northern regions of modern Italy and the formation of modern nation-states.

And finally, second place in the undergraduate division was awarded to Leslie Cheung for her thesis 'Charles Dickens and the Ethics of Accounting".

Details of the research award can be found here.