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Winners of the Dr Greg Wells Undergraduate Essay Prizes, 2020
During July 2020 the CSR awarded for the third time its Dr Greg Wells Prizes for the best undergraduate intermediate-year and final-year essays and dissertation. The winners were:
Intermediate year essay: Max Edgson (Philosophy), with his essay entitled: ‘Synods were crucial for the establishment of the Protestant religion. Discuss how these meetings shaped religion and often culture more widely.’
Final year essay: Anish Rajpal (History) with his essay entitled: ‘The Origins and Logic of Antipuritanism Reconsidered.’
Final year dissertation: Charity Culley (History of Art), with her dissertation entitled: ‘Disguised Symbolism In Lucas Cranach’s Salome At The Feast Of Herod’
Commended dissertation: Anish Rajpal (History) with his dissertation entitled: ‘Religiopolitical Legitimacy, Anti-Nicodemite Discourse and the Legacy of the Marian Regime’
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