Congratulations to Salem Smith, Sarah Stephen, and Ronan Goforth! The winners of 2018 UMW Writing Contest were announced last week and included:
- Salem Smith for “Rehumanizing Antoinette Cosway,” written for Professor Shumona Dasgupta’s ENGL 206AJ1: Global Issues in Literature in the category of Arts and Humanities (Freshmen and Sophomores);
- Sarah Stephen “What Do the Women Say? Propaganda Narratives in Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier,” written for Professor Kate Haffey’s ENGL 340: Modern British Fiction in the category of Arts and Humanities (Juniors and Seniors); and
- Ronan Goforth’s “Not-So-Universal Suffrage: Abolishing Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States,” written for Professor Ben LaBreche’s ENGL 202G: Writing about Liberty in the category of Arts and Humanities (Juniors and Seniors).
The writing contest judges included ELC professors Jonathan Levin and Ben LaBreche.