Winning Conference Papers
2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Mount Saint Mary University
Graduate Category, First Place: Andrea Marshall, "The Art of Manliness: Labor, Physicality and Masculinity in 19th-Century France as seen through the works of Gustave Caillebotte."
Pre-1700 World Category, Runner Up: Robin Pokorski, "'Some Comforting Words': The Friendship of Elisabeth of Schonau and Hildegard of Bingen."
Pre-1700 World Category, Honorable Mention: Katie LeValley, " 'Web of Allies': Royal English Women in Medieval Predatory Kinship."
Five Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Chi members (Andrea Marshall, Kathryn White, Jonathan Adams, Mallory Richardson, and Brian Wivell) presented at the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference at Mount St. Mary's University. First year graduate student Andrea Marshall won 1st Place for Graduate Student Papers.
The Phi Alpha Theta Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, which represents 29 college and universities, was hosted by the Phi Chi Chapter at George Washington University on March 29, 2014.