Winners of the Spring 2010 Ursula Lamb Arizona Senior Prize were announced at the Department of History's Spring Commencement Brunch and Ceremony, held at the Inn Suites Hotel on Thursday, May 13, 2010. This recognition and monetary award is given annually to the authors of the best research papers in our History 396A classes. This semester, the Department offers its congratulations to the following students, who are being awarded the Prize:
Nominated by Professor Martha Few
Paper title: "The Right is More Precious Than Peace: The University of Arizona During Wartime, 1916 - 1919"
Nominated by Professor Miranda Spieler
Paper title: "The Great War, The Paris Peace Conference and the SANNC's 1919 Mission to London: Instigators of Racial and Cultural Change in the Union of South Africa"
Nominated by Professor Karen Anderson
Paper title: "They Would Scorn to Vote: Locating Commonalities in Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Ideologies"