2012’s Best Undergraduate Research in Special Collections


We’re a little behind on the news, but we are proud and pleased to learn that UCLA undergraduate Lee Jasperse won this year’s UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research for his work in Professor Jonathan Post’s Ahmanson-Clark Library Seminar!  To be specific, Lee’s work on “‘A plenitude of subtle matter’: Reproduction, Gender, and Value in A Lover’s Complaint and Anthony and Cleopatra” won the prestigious award of “Best Research Using UCLA Special Collections.”  Links to Lee’s papers and bibliography are on the Library Prize website.

Congratulations, Lee!


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