2019 Undergraduate Honors Thesis and Research Awards in the Environmental Humanities Recipients

The Center for Environmental Futures is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Undergraduate Honors Thesis and Research Awards in the Environmental Humanities

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Recipient
Sara Fatimah

Advisor(s)
Leigh Johnson, Geography
Kathie Carpenter, International Studies

Project Title
“Climate Change, Food Security, and Out-migration in Afghanistan”

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Recipient
David Grabicki

Advisor(s)
Steven Beda, History
Rebecca Lewis, PPPM

Project Title
“Transformative Labor and Transforming Environments: Oregon Land Use and Environmental Labor in the 20th Century”

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Recipient
Haley Nicholson

Advisor(s)
John Davidson, Political Science
Mark Carey, History

Project Title
“Reconciling Generational Sovereignty and Environmental Preservation: Juliana v. United States”

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Recipient
Annalee Nock

Advisor(s)
Corbett Upton, English
Katherine Kelp-Stebbins, English

Project Title
“Planet of Love: Queer Futurity in the Age of Climate Change”

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Recipient
Jenna-Marie Smallwood

Advisor(s)
Ronald B. Mitchell, Political Science
Craig M. Kauffman, Political Science

Project Title
“Investigating the Relationship Between Corruption and Climate Change: An Undergraduate Thesis”

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Recipient
Eleanor Williams

Advisor(s)
Brian Klopotek, Ethnic Studies
Mark Carey, History

Project Title
“Organizing Against Environmental Reproductive Injustice”

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Recipient
Scott Zeigler

Advisor(s)
Gordon Sayre, English
Stephanie LeMenager, English

Project Title
“Antagonistic River: The agency of nature in Northwest literature”

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Recipient
Hannah Wolf

Advisor(s)
Lori Kruckenberg, Musicology
Marian Smith, Musicology

Project Title
“Nature, Industrialization, and Romance in Richard Wagner’s Das Rheingold”

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Recipient
Nicole Ritson

Advisor(s)
Steven Beda, History
John McCole, History

Project Title
“Urban Metamorphosis: Eugene, Oregon’s Fluid Urban Identity”