History department announces 2019-2020 Prize Winners

The History department is pleased to announce the following prize winners for the 2019–2020 academic year. Robin Laurinec received the Don M. Larrabee History Prize for best senior thesis, for her English/History double major, “Bloody Skyscrapers: Chicago and the Rise of Urban Serial Killing”. Brady Spaulding was awarded the Harold Huntley Haine Prize, which recognizes a senior History major who has demonstrated both academic promise and performance in the field of History, with a senior project titled “Take Our Land, Deny Us Our Culture, and Compromise Our Religious Freedom – Native American Indians”. Juniors Autumn Foreman and Maximus Levinsky shared the Outstanding Junior Major Prize, awarded for exceptional academic achievement, performance in the seminar, and contribution to the general life of the History department. Robert Crowe was presented with the Interdisciplinary Studies Senior Prize for his project for a double major in Economics/History, “Labor-Managed Firms in Yugoslavia: An Economic and Historical Analysis.”  Congratulations to all of these students!