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Student Scholarship

Selected academic work created by students at Grinnell College, including research papers, research posters, creative work, and related materials. Mentored Advanced Projects provide students opportunity to work closely with a faculty member on scholarly research or the creation of a work of art. The Frederick Baumann Prize was established in 1993 and funded by David '51 and Audrey Lowe '52 Hammer. It honors Frederick Baumann, professor of history at Grinnell from 1927 to 1954, and is awarded each spring to the student who writes the best interdisciplinary and historical essay on the general topic of "Ideas and Society."

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This collection contains the work made by students in Grinnell’s Studio Art Department. Student work involves a broad range of media from studio courses, which includes: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, print media, digital media, and installation. It also features images from student exhibitions at the Smith Gallery, and the annual Bachelor of Arts Exhibition at the Faulconer Gallery.

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Program from concert on December 9, 2006, with works by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Britten, Tormis and Gorecki.

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Alumni memories of Grinnell College reveal the importance of social spaces and the centrality of the people at Grinnell to creating a sense of place.

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An annotated bibliography developed for an analysis of Bolshevik Feminism looking at whether the legalization of abortion in 1920 had any real impact on the lives of Russian women.

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This paper uses Mary Antin's memoir, Promised Land, to examine the issues of a hyphenated identity as a strategy of becoming an American.

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The project focused on seven topics around bringing local food into the dining halls: environmental impact, nutrition, dining service logistics, producer logistics, economic impact, student opinion, and local foods at public schools.

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Allen, Elizabeth Jane, 1994-; McCall, Timothy John, 1993-; Pham, Mai Phuong, 1995-; Shevelkina, Maria, 1993-; Sly, Dana Brittany, 1992-; Storch, Hannah Lord, 1994-; Vale, Emma Evans, 1992-
"Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "Against reason: anti/enlightenment prints by Callot, Hogarth, Piranesi, and Goya. 3 April-2 August 2015"--Title page verso."

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Andelson, Jonathan Gary, 1949-; Mottl, Larissa; Mertaugh, Hilary
A field guide to the natural environment of the Grinnell area.

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Anthofer, James E.
Poem.

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Arango, Carlina; Watts, Taylor.
A research project with Al Éxito focused on determining the impact of this youth Latina education program on its participants in its first three years (2006-09).

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman read aloud by the translators.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Lobban-Viravong, Heather; Lobban-Viravong, Heather
Panel discussions concerning the Grinnell Beowulf translation project and process, featuring translators Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman on March 3, 10, and 31, 2014.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Neubauer, Caleb Martin; Anonymous; Neubauer, Caleb Martin
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman. Illustrations by Caleb Neubauer. This is a revised edition submitted to Digital Grinnell in April 2014. The original posting, from October 2013, carries a persistent identifier of grinnell:3615.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Neubauer, Caleb Martin; Anonymous; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Neubauer, Caleb Martin
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman. Illustrations by Caleb Neubauer. This is the original posting to Digital Grinnell from October, 2013. A revised edition, posted to Digital Grinnell in April 2014, is available as grinnell:5317.

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Arora, Soab.
The Medical Humanities focus on teaching skills through art and the social sciences, which help address the inherently subjective – but often overlooked - aspect of medicine.

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Bagaria, Swayam
Swayam Bagaria's submission to the 2012 Peace Studies Conference

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Balasubrahmanyan, Noah Anand, 1985-; Baldwin, Thomas Kendrick, 1986-; Berger, Allison Rose, 1986-; Busch, Patrick D.; Dane, Calvin.; Gados, Karen Offerdahl, 1986-; Krohn, Howard E.; Lau, Dane Michael, 1985-; Ofori-Addo, Joana Larko, 1985-; Singh, Indrani, 1986-; Souza, Phoebe Milan.; Stinebrickner-Kauffman, Aden Michael, 1986-; Andelson, Jonathan Gary, 1949-
Student papers for Fall 2004 tutorial, Decline and Renewal in the Heartland, taught by Jonahthan G. Andelson.

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Beling, Caitlin
Caitlin Beling's submission to the 2012 Peace Studies Conference

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Benlloch, Vincent.
James Baldwin's short story "Going to Meet the Man," builds a channel between the lynching practices of the postbellum South with the violence of the modern police state.

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Bergman, Sydney.; Fitzpatrick, Anthony.
Project examining how Grinnell, Iowa remembered its Civil War veterans, through the content and language of obituaries written in the Grinnell Herald.

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