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Undergraduate Recipients

2011 Malm Award recipients Marie Yasuda (left) and Kevin Mulholland (right) with Professor Malm.


Aja Brandmeier, LSA History of Art
"Birth Control in Japan, Wikipedia Page"


Jiayin Yuan, LSA Psychology, International Studies, Asian Studies; Minor in Business
Named Swords in The Tale of the Heike: Decline, Failure, and Death


David J. Choi, LSA Asian Studies (Japanese Studies)
Changing Lenses: Viewing Postwar Japan through the Films of Akira Kurosawa (1944-1950)


Oona A. Nicholas, LSA History of Art
​Art and Entrepreneurship in the Work of Takashi Murakami​

Tsukumo Niwa, LSA International Studies & SMTD Oboe Performance
Welcome "Home," Students: The Reintegration of Kikoku Shijo in the Japanese Education System

Lia A. Salmansohn, Business Administration
Transcendent: Japanese Popular Culture in South Korea and China


Michael W. Rieger, LSA History
Reverse Course: The Secret Battle for the Japanese Economy

Sitao Chen (Runner Up), LSA Asian Studies (Japanese Studies) & Psychology
From Invisible to Visible: The Transformation of a National Classic


Nathaniel E. Gallant, LSA Comparative Literature & Asian Studies (South Asian Studies)
Buddhism in Japan and the Limit of the Human: Jiun Onkō's The Way to Become a Person


Nicholas A. Colaccino, LSA History
Creation of Monopoly: The Influence of the Dutch East India Company in Tokugawa Foreign Policy

Mary E. Hannahan, LSA History of Art
Pleasing the Kami through the Art of the Heike Nōgyō


Allison M. Hawkins, LSA Screen Arts and Cultures
Piracy as a Catalyst for Evolution in Anime Fandom


Mary M. Birkett, LSA Anthropology
"Amateur" Mascots on the Loose: The Pragmatics of Kawaii


Marie Yasuda, LSA
Memory to Morality: The Journey from the Grove to the Gate