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Gerard A. Hauser Graduate Scholarships

RSA 2010

Gerard A. Hauser Graduate Scholarships

The RSA Board has established these awards in honor of a former RSA president who was especially committed to the active involvement of graduate students in the Society. Four recipients were selected by RSA Board Members from a pool of over seventy graduate students who are presenting at this year's RSA conference and who submitted their papers for consideration. These winners receive a waiver of their conference registration fees and a $100 scholarship, and their papers will be acknowledged in the conference program: 

Jennifer Keohane, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Paper Title: "In the Bonds of Woman and the Slave": Analogy and Collective Identity in Woman's Rights Discourse, 1860-1869 

Rebecca Kuehl, University of Minnesota
Paper Title: Toward a Feminist Theory of Global Citizenship: (Re)Contextualizing Social Rights in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 

Kyle Schlett, University of Mississippi
Paper Title: EiromenÄ“ and KatestrammenÄ“: Styles in Opposition 

Sarah Spring, University of Iowa
Paper Title: Publicity and Proposition Eight: The Case of

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