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Rachel Zimmerman

Graduate student Rachel Zimmerman presented a paper titled "A Brazilian Idiosyncrasy: Hammocks and Social Status in Colonial Brazil" for Professor Wendy Bellion's panel "Delight and Design in Material Life" at the East-Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (EC/ASECS) conference​ held at the University of Delaware in November. She was one of two students chosen to receive the S. Eric Molin Prize for Best Conference Paper by a Student.​​

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Graduate student Rachel Zimmerman's paper, "A Brazilian Idiosyncrasy: Hammocks and Social Status in Colonial Brazil," was one of two named Best Conference Paper by a Student

Graduate student Rachel Zimmerman's paper, "A Brazilian Idiosyncrasy: Hammocks and Social Status in Colonial Brazil," was one of two named Best Conference Paper by a Student​​​

11/7/2014
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