Sarah Hickmott wins R H Gapper Postgraduate Prize

Sarah Hickmott, a DPhil student in the Faculty, has won this year’s R H Gapper Postgraduate Essay Prize for her essay ‘(En) Corps Sonore’. The judging panel viewed the essay as ‘an outstanding piece of critical reflection’. The prize is awarded by the Society for French Studies for an essay written by a postgraduate in English or French, of fewer than 6000 words, on any subject within the scope of French studies.

Emma Claussen is joint runner-up

Emma Claussen, another Faculty DPhil student, was awarded the runner-up prize for her essay on ‘Pour cognoistre les Politiques’: A study of the term ‘Politique’ in the Dialogue d’entre le Maheustre et le Manant and the Satyre Ménippée.

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