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Helen Hornbeck Tanner Graduate Student Paper Prizer Winners, 2017

Congratulations to the 2017 Helen Hornbeck Tanner Graduate Student Paper Prizes Winner!

First Prize: “Dividing Land and Defining Territory in Colonial K’iche’an Narratives” by Mallory Matsumoto, Brown University.

Second Prize: “Mythologizing the White Man’s Friend: Misrepresentation of Indian Leaders in the Writing of Chicago’s Origin Story,” by Aaron Luedke, Michigan State University.

Third Prize: “Going Beyond ‘The Beach’: In between Spaces of First Encounter in the Caribbean and Mesoamerica, 1492 – 1530,” by Claudia Rogers, University of Leeds, England.