LIBRARY MAP PRIZE EDITION 2020
Essay Title: Railroad Ties: Tracks to the White Earth and Red Lake Ojibwe Reservations, 1860s-1910s
Author: Soledad O. Tejada
Essay Title: The Public and the Personal: Mapping the NYC Subway System as an Urban Memoryscape
Author: Peter A. Luff
Essay Title: Social Agglomeration Forces and the City
College: Jonathan Edwards
Essay Title: Ranging and Behavior of Black and Gold Howler Monkeys in Formosa, Argentina
Essay Title: Settler Colonialism as a Structure: Interpreting Historic Moroccan Actions in Western Sahara
Author: Liliane M. Lindsay
Essay Title: Indonesia’s Burning Issue: Why Deforestation Continues to Decimate the Nation Despite Decades of Environmental Policy
Author: Madeline Zimmerman
Essay Title: The Changing Fate of Thailand’s Elephants, But a Future Worth Fighting For: The Interplay of Culture and Ecology for Conservation
Author: Steven M. Roets
Essay Title: Choose or Chosen? An Interactive Exploration of Congressional District Boundaries
Author: Rebecca Beilinson
Essay Title: Species Distribution Modeling of North American Odonates
The Library Map Prize is awarded to a Yale College senior for the best use of maps in a senior essay or its equivalent. The prize is an award of $500.
Guidelines and Submissions
Senior essays submitted for consideration for the Library Map Prize must be supported by one or various maps. If you have questions about these requirements, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors or their faculty advisors may submit the essays. The winning student must agree to grant the library a non-exclusive right to post the essay on EliScholar. To submit, go to the EliScholar's Library Map Prize website.
The deadline for the Library Map Prize 2020 is Monday, May 11, 2020, 11:59 pm EST. Essays submitted after the deadline will not be considered.