2014 HONORS & AWARDS
PRIX MICHÉLE LAPAUTRE – Grady O'Leary
awarded to the most promising sophomore or junior majoring in French.
PRIX PARIS – Diana Liu
awarded to the student who, in addition to academic excellence, has made a significant contribution to the NYU-in-Paris program.
PRIX FRANCE-AMÉRIQUE – Anthony Boiardo
awarded to the student who displays a particular commitment to furthering and elucidating Franco-American relations.
PRIX GERMAINE BRÉE - Dominique Bouavichith
awarded to the student who made a significant contribution to French cultural life at NYU.
PRIX BERNARD GARNIEZ – Meredith D'Angelo
awarded for excellence in the study of French literature or culture.
PRIX D’EXCELLENCE – Elizabeth Sherlock-Lewis
awarded to the student with the highest level of achievement in French literature or culture.
PRIX SPÉCIAL DU DÉPARTEMENT - Grace Shay
awarded to a student who has made an exceptional contribution to the department's intellectual and social life.
JINDRICH ZEZULA PRIZE – Julie Rimerman
awarded to the best honors thesis in French.
SPRING 2014 HONORS THESES
Program Director: Evelyn Vitz
Julie Rimerman: "Trois femmes fortes decadents : la sexualité conquérante"
Director: Lucien Nouis
2nd Reader: Benoît Bolduc
Grade: High Honors
: "La Reconstitution du souvenir :
La tentative de se guérir dans L’Amant de Marguerite Duras"
Director: Claudie Bernard
2nd Reader: Ludovic Cortade
: "L’oubli du monde naturel pour le monde,
à table de Combray à Paris"
Director: Eugène Nicole
2nd reader: Tom Bishop