University of Tennessee graduate student Andrew Lallier won the 2013 Trollope Prize for his paper, “Battles over bits and diamonds: sanction, pragmatic pursuit and civil society in Trollope’s The Eustace Diamonds.” Besides receiving a considerable monetary award, Andrew will also see his work published in The Fortnightly Review. Congratulations, Andrew!
Professor Henry presented her paper, “Historicizing Women Investors” on the panel “Speculation: Wills, Investments, & Money” along with fellow panelists, Maura O’Connor (University of Cincinnati) and Jill Rappoport (University of Kentucky). She also found time to visit with former and current students, now spread from Colorado to Pennsylvania: Susan Ray (Assistant Professor, Delaware Community College), Sanghee Lee (SUNY, Binghamton), Kat Powell (UT), and Andrew Lallier (UT).
Andrew attended the “Fictionalism in Victorian and Edwardian Culture” seminar led by Michael Saler (University of California Davis), and Kat attended George Levine’s (Rutgers University) seminar, “Science and Religion.”