During the 2015-2016 academic year, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies requested original, innovative posters created by Carolina’s undergraduate students that related to the topic of antisemitism. Selected posters were presented at a poster session on Monday, April 11, 2016 as part of the Reconsidering Antisemitism academic conference.
Posters were based on either work that was done for a University course or as independent, extra-curricular research. Exceptional presentations were eligible for prizes. The winners (shown at right) were (in alphabetical order):
|Ramon Alarcon, “Jewish Representation in English Theater: Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice and Marlowe’s Jew of Malta“Alarcon.Final|
|Ashley Cooper, Jacob Greenblatt, Elizabeth Yoder, “Anti-Jewish Bias in Medieval Christian Art” Cooper.Final|
|Christopher S. McIlveen, “Antisemitism in the Virtual World: The Rise of ‘Anon'” McIlveen.Final|
|Allyson Yelton, “German-Jewish Art and Antisemitism in the 19th Century” Yelton.Final|
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