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Graduate Recipients

2010 Malm Award recipient Megan Hill with Professor Malm (left) and Vice Provost Lester Monts (right).

2018

Anna M. Wozny, PhD Student, Sociology
Herbivorous Men and Carnivorous Women: Inverting Gender Roles in the Japanese "Marriage-Hunting" Market

2017

Jing Chen, MA Student, Center for Japanese Studies
Soft-Powering Japan: Karate and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

2016

Karin N. Tompkins, MA Student, Center for Japanese Studies
Everybody's (Not) Doing It: Media Representation of Japanese "Sexlessness" within the Context of the Current Demographic Transition

Melissa D. Van Wyk, PhD Student, Asian Languages and Cultures
On the Stage of the Reader's Imagination: Stage Directions in Abe Kobo's Bo ni natta otoko​

2015

Elizabeth K. Kataoka, MA Student, Center for Japanese Studies
The Skin We're In: Tattoo Practices of Ainu and Okinawan Women

2014

Chun Wa Chan, PhD Student, History of Art
Genitive Sites: The Prophylactic Bio-Art of Kudō Tetsumi

2013

No graduate award recipient.

2012

No graduate award recipient.

2011

Kevin P. Mulholland, PhD Student, Asian Languages and Cultures
The Fantasy of Confession: Understanding Shimazaki Tōson's Hakai through Slavoj Zizek's Use of Lacan's "Graph of Desire."

2010

Megan E. Hill, MA Student, Ethnomusicology
Being Musically “Japanese-Western:” Wayō-Setchū Musical Consciousness in Contemporary Traditional Japanese Koto Music