Isabella Durgin Receives 2023 UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research
Congratulations to undergraduate student Isabella Durgin who received a 2023 UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research for her project, “The Spaces Ulysses Occupies: Navigating the Novel with ‘Wandering Rocks’ and Matisse.” She received second prize for her project, which is an analysis of a limited edition of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” illustrated by Henri Matisse in 1935, an edition held in Library Special Collections. Professor Colleen Jaurretche served as faculty advisor on the project.
Recipients of the 2023 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research were recognized during UCLA’s Undergraduate Research Week (May 22-26). The Library Prize for Undergraduate Research recognizes and honors excellence in undergraduate research at UCLA. This year, eleven outstanding scholars are being recognized for their use of Library resources for a research paper or course project. Their submitted research will be hosted on eScholarship, the University of California’s open access publishing platform.
Read the full announcement.