Miller Center Awards Two Undergraduates Best Paper Prizes

The Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies is proud to announce the winners of the History Department’s Best Undergraduate Paper Award for 2013.  The award, sponsored by the Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies, is nominated by the faculty and awarded to the top papers written in a History Department course during 2013.  The winners are:  

Ben Kramer
“Fractured Beyond Repair:  Organized Labor and the Civil Rights Movement’s Divergent Approaches to the Revised Philadelphia Plan”
HIST408B:  Politics, Protests, and Social Movements in the Twentieth Century United States with Professor Robyn Muncy

Matthew Cipollone
“Dignitatis Humanae and Catholic Tradition:  A Development of Doctrine at the Second Vatican Council.”   
HIST408P:  Roman Catholicism since the Reformation) with Professor Piotr Kosicki