Scholarship is an intergenerational conversation, and History & Literature’s spring sophomore tutorial teaches students how to participate in on-going scholarly exchanges. The first half of sophomore tutorial introduces a set of scholarly debates, and after spring break students work on a sophomore essay that contributes to the conversation. After declaring History & Literature, sophomores will be invited to rank their interest in the tutorial topics below.
Spring 2023 Sophomore Tutorials
Sophomore Essay Prize 2022
Oliver-Dabney Sophomore Essay Prize
Maia Ramsden, “The Largest Pool: Indo-Fijian and Oceanic Imaginaries in ‘Famished Eels’”
Barrett Wendell Sophomore Essay Prize
Justin Hu, “Subjective Experiences of the Archive in Leïla Sebbar’s The Seine was Red: Paris, October 1961”