HGARC STUDENT BOOK COLLECTING CONTEST

 

First Place Winners

 

2017 - Kevin Michael Smith, J.D. Candidate in Law, for a collection titled "Who Will Survive In America?"

2016 - Sam Shupe, Ph.D. Candidate in American and New England Studies, for a collection of nonfiction books about the state of Maine

2015 - Maia Perez, Graduate Student, Masters of Music in Musicology, for a Collection of Arthurian Literature

2014 - Andrew Christensen, Ph.D Candidate in English Literature, for a Collection of Czech Literature

2013 - Caroline Riley, Ph.D. Candidate in Art History and Architecture, for a Collection of American Furniture Books

2012 - Arlene Ovalle-Child, Ph.D candidate in Romance Studies, for a collection of Argentine Literature & Literary Criticism

2011 - Christopher M. Ohge, Graduate Student, Ph. D candidate in Editorial Studies, for a collection on Herman Melville (Melvillanea)

2010 - Nathan Hogan, Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Teaching, for a Collection on Greenland and the Arctic

2009 - Zachary Violette, Graduate Student, Masters in American Studies, for a Collection on Ornament in Architecture in the 19th Century

2008 - William George, Undergraduate, College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations, for a collection of North American Game Fish books

2007 - Alex B. Effgen, Graduate Student, Masters of Editorial Studies, a collection of Mark Twain

2006 - Anne Harley, Graduate Student, Doctorate of Musical Arts, a collection entitled Russian Musical and Cultural Milieu 1750 - 1870

2005 - Adam Gitner, University Professors, a collection entitled Classical Scholarship Under Attack: From Erasmus to Pound.

2004 - Jesus Viejo, Graduate School (Economics), a collection on the History of Mexico.

2003 - Anna Winestein, College of Arts and Sciences, a collection on Ballet Russes.

2002 - Steven Berbeco, Graduate School of Education, a collection entitled "Minority Languages I have Known and Loved."

2001 - Nick Montfort, Graduate School (Creative Writing), a collection on New Media.

2000 - Sean Morris, College of Arts and Sciences, a collection by and about Betrand Russell.

1999 - Gwen Thompson, Graduate School (Creative Writing), a collection on Dorothy L. Sayers.

1998 - Jonathon Mulrooney, Graduate School (English), a collection on English Romantic Poetry.

1997 - David Ehrenpreis, Graduate School (Art History), a collection on the Art and Culture of Wilhelmine Germany.

1996 - Thomas Hardiman, Graduate School (Preservation Studies), a collection of books on the Architecture and the Developement of Architectural History in New England.

1995 - Peter Marcus, Graduate School (English), a collection of poetry books, first and subsequent editions.

1994 - Lorrey Bianchi, Graduate School (History), a collection of books on the Emperor Louis Napoleon and the Empress Eugenie.

1993 - Sean D. Noel, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of graphic novels.

1992 - Christopher Conley, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of books on firefighting and firefighters.

1991 - No prizes awarded

1990 - Anne Laskey, School of Fine Arts, a collection of books by George Barr McCutcheon, on Graustarkian heroes and heroines.

1989 - David Kummer, Graduate School, a collection of books on the Philippines and particularly deforestation in the Philippines.

1988 - Ellen O'M. Woolf, Graduate School, a collection of books on 18th Century English Creamware and its imitators.

1987 - Bianca Maria Philippi, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of first edition fairy tales with subliminal messages.

1986 - Ahmad Hikmat Harun, Graduate School, a collection of books on Malay through the eyes of Westerners, late 19th and early 20th Centuries.

1985 - Robert L. Jones, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of first edition science fiction Star Trek novels

1984 - Paula Swilling, Graduate Student, a collection on the Arthurian Legend.

1983 - Nicholas J. Hallam, Graduate Student, a Ford Madox Ford collection. Lorraine Seibel, College of Liberal Arts, a Western European medieval manuscript illumination collection.

1982 - Gordon D. Campbell, College of Basic Studies, a collection of books on the American Civil War, 1850-1900.

1981 - Gary Smith, Graduate Student, a collection of first editions and special printings of the German philosophic and literary critic Walter Benjamin (1892-1940.)

1980 - William Doreski, Graduate Student, a collection of work of John Ashbery, poet and critic.

1979 - Alan Swartz, College of Liberal Arts, a "Classics Illustrated Comics" collection, 1944-1969.

1978 - John Gunnison-Wiseman, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of books and pamphlets published by Frank Hallman and Aloe Editions.

1977 - Sue Ann Clemens, Graduate Student, a collection of nineteenth-century American instructional books.

1976 - David V. Paschke, School of Fine Arts, a collection of ornithological books relating to the classification of birds of North and Middle America.

1975 - Richard G. Morgan, Graduate Student, a collection of colportage (salesmen's sample prospectuses) produced after 1830.

1974 - Corey R. Cutler, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of books on clocks and watches.

1973 - Estelle Toby Goldstein, College of Liberal Arts, a collection of miniature books.

1972 - Joseph W. Hammond, College of Liberal Arts, "Early New Hampshire Imprints and Other Bibliographic Material Pertaining to Portsmouth, N.H."

1971 - Earl G. Shettleworth, Jr., Graduate Student, a collection of American architectural and building books.

1970 - Jarnes B. Cummins, Jr., College of Liberal Arts, a collection of Mosher Press books.

1969 - Frank J. Shealey, Graduate Student, a Joseph C. Lincoln collection.

1968 - Patrick H. Potega, College of Liberal Arts, a James Joyce collection.

1967 - David A. Landman, Graduate Student, "British Poetry and Drama from 1647 to 1799."