SWPACA17 Award Recipient Photos

The Southwest Popular/American Culture Association is pleased to share the following photos of our 2017 award recipients.

Derek Bauer, undergraduate student from Minnesota State University Moorhead, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for his project, a�?Scared as Hell: A Practice-Led Horror Project.a�?

Derek Bauer, undergraduate student from Minnesota State University Moorhead, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for his project, a�?Scared as Hell: A Practice-Led Horror Project.a�?

 

Antonnet Johnson, graduate student from the University of Arizona, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Teaching Technical Writing through Designing and Running Escape Rooms.a�?

Antonnet Johnson, graduate student from the University of Arizona, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Teaching Technical Writing through Designing and Running Escape Rooms.a�?

Namhee Lee, graduate student from Syracuse University, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Desire for Control: Mothersa�� Self-Control for Childcare.a�?

Namhee Lee, graduate student from Syracuse University, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Desire for Control: Mothersa�� Self-Control for Childcare.a�?

Sonia Gomez, graduate student from the University of Chicago, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Tragedy and Triumph: Narratives of Japanese Immigrant Women in Film.a�?

Sonia Gomez, graduate student from the University of Chicago, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Tragedy and Triumph: Narratives of Japanese Immigrant Women in Film.a�?

Jess Peacock, graduate student from the Chicago Theological Seminary, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for his project, a�?The Legacy of Marsten House: Stephen Kinga��s a��Salema��s Lot as Resistance Literature.a�?

Jess Peacock, graduate student from the Chicago Theological Seminary, receives a Heldrich-Dvorak Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for his project, a�?The Legacy of Marsten House: Stephen Kinga��s a��Salema��s Lot as Resistance Literature.a�?

Trudie Jackson, graduate student from Arizona State University, receives the Albuquerque Convention and Visitora��s Bureau Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Navajo Leadership: Historical to Present DinA� Leaders Contributions by DinA� Women.a�?

Trudie Jackson, graduate student from Arizona State University, receives the Albuquerque Convention and Visitora��s Bureau Travel Fellowship from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her project, a�?Navajo Leadership: Historical to Present DinA� Leaders Contributions by DinA� Women.a�?

Tolonda Henderson, graduate student from George Washington State University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy from Shane Trayers, a judge for the award, and Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her paper, a�?The Statue and the Sign: The Origins and Significance of the Memorials to the Potter Family.a�?

Tolonda Henderson, graduate student from George Washington State University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy from Shane Trayers, a judge for the award, and Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her paper, a�?The Statue and the Sign: The Origins and Significance of the Memorials to the Potter Family.a�?

Jayne Simpson, graduate student at the University of Texas San Antonio, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Television, Music, and Visual Media from Chuck Hamilton, a judge for the award, for her paper, a�?Country Love Songs as Support of Detrimental Ideas of Masculinity: Tyler Farra��s a�?Redneck Crazy.a��a�?

Jayne Simpson, graduate student at the University of Texas San Antonio, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Television, Music, and Visual Media from Chuck Hamilton, a judge for the award, for her paper, a�?Country Love Songs as Support of Detrimental Ideas of Masculinity: Tyler Farra��s a�?Redneck Crazy.a��a�?

Kalyn Price, graduate student at Abilene Christian University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Historic and Contemporary Cultures from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her paper, a�?We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident: The Intertextual Appeal of Hamilton: An American Musical.a�?

Kalyn Price, graduate student at Abilene Christian University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Historic and Contemporary Cultures from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA, for her paper, a�?We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident: The Intertextual Appeal of Hamilton: An American Musical.a�?

Haythem Bastawy, graduate student at Leeds Trinity University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Languages and Literatures from David Oberhelman, a judge for the award, for his paper, a�?Anglo French Arabian Nights: One Thousand and One Nights in European Myths and Fairy Tales.a�?

Haythem Bastawy, graduate student at Leeds Trinity University, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Languages and Literatures from David Oberhelman, a judge for the award, for his paper, a�?Anglo French Arabian Nights: One Thousand and One Nights in European Myths and Fairy Tales.a�?

Maggie Melo and Antonnet Johnson, graduate students at the University of Arizona, receive the Graduate Paper Award for Popular Culture Pedagogy from Kurt Depner, a judge for the award, for their project, a�?Teaching Technical Writing through Designing and Running Escape Rooms.a�?

Maggie Melo and Antonnet Johnson, graduate students at the University of Arizona, receive the Graduate Paper Award for Popular Culture Pedagogy from Kurt Depner, a judge for the award, for their project, a�?Teaching Technical Writing through Designing and Running Escape Rooms.a�?

Erick Lackey, graduate student at the University of Kansas, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Creative Writing from Robert Galin, a judge for the award, for his work, a�?The Greenest Burial.a�?

Erick Lackey, graduate student at the University of Kansas, receives the Graduate Paper Award for Creative Writing from Robert Galin, a judge for the award, for his work, a�?The Greenest Burial.a�?

Kathleen Lacey receives an award for the completion of her fellowship with the Michael Schoenecke Fellowship Institute from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA.

Kathleen Lacey receives an award for the completion of her fellowship with the Michael Schoenecke Fellowship Institute from Lynnea Chapman King, Executive Director of SWPACA.