Awards

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for the 2018 LGBT Studies Undergraduate Prize and the Biddy Martin Graduate Prize!!!

For Undergraduate Students: The LGBT Studies Undergraduate Prize
Undergraduate applications might consist of an essay, artwork, or thesis chapter.

For Graduate Students: The Biddy Martin Graduate Prize
Graduate applications might consist of an essay, article, or dissertation chapter.

All work must have been completed while a student at Cornell.  Awards will be announced in April.

Applications must include a cover sheet with:
-your name
-address
-title of your submission
-netID
-student ID number
AND
-your written/ creative submission without your name

Applications are due Thursday MARCH 1, 2018.
Please turn in your application to the LGBT Studies Office (180 Rockefeller Hall) or e-mail your submission to tdm68@cornell.edu.


Questions? E-mail lgbtstudies@cornell.edu

 

 

2017 Winners:

The Biddy Martin Graduate Prize
Amaris Brown, doctoral candidate, Department of Africana Studies
“The Only Truth That Told a Good Story: Pain and Pleasurable Membranes in Marci Blackman’s ‘Po Man’s Child’ (1999).”

 

2016 Winners:

The Biddy Martin Graduate Prize
Natasha Bissonauth, doctoral candidate, Department of History of Art and Visual Studies
“Sunil Gupta’s Sun City (2010): An Exercise in Camping Orientalism.”

The LGBT Studies Undergraduate Prize
Andy Kim, Industrial and Labor Relations
“Civil Rights, One and the Same: Extending Title VII Workplace Protections on the Basis of Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation.”

 

 

2015 Winners:

The Biddy Martin Graduate Prize
Lynne Stahl, doctoral candidate, Department of English
“If You Don’t Believe Us, Read the Book”: Queer Feminist Spectatorship and Filmic Tomboy Narrative

The LGBT Studies Undergraduate Prize
Carlos Kong, Comparative Literature
““Flesh of Another Machine”