The Dean's Prize for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities 2016/17 The Dean's Prize for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities 2016/17

The humanities analyse the multiple ways in which humans shape their world, and they are inspired by the possibility of making that world a richer, better, more interesting and meaningful one. For the 2016/17 Dean's Prize participants were invited to explore the humanities' utopian project by offering a submission on the theme of utopia itself.

2016/2017 awards ceremony

The winner and runners-up for 2016/17 are:

Winner: Shannon Lewis

Runners-up: Gabriel Flynn, Rhys Jones, Charles Pritchard

 

Winner

Name: Shannon Lewis

Entry: Short story

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About Shannon: I, Shannon Lewis, am a Mexican-born third year English Literature with Creative Writing student. I'm the editor-in-chief of student publication, Octarine. I entered the Dean's Prize competition because the subjectivity of what defines a utopia was always a subject that interested me. In my spare time, I like to read comics, watch Jane the Virgin, and stand outside in the hopes of catching some sun. 

Runners-up (in alphabetical order):

Name: Gabriel Flynn

Entry: Creative Essay

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Name: Rhys Jones

Entry: Poem

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Name: Charles Pritchard

Entry: Poem

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