The Emerson Prize
2016 Winners [from Volume 26]

The Emerson Prize is awarded annually to students published in The Concord Review during the previous academic year who have shown outstanding promise in history at the high school level. Since 1995, 138 students have won the Emerson Prize. The laureates this year are from many states and Canada, China, Hong Kong, and Korea. The 2016 Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize laureates are:
Sam Duffy, of The Collegiate School in New York City, had published a history research paper on the Tape v. Hurley case. (Stanford)

Melodie Liu, of Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California, had published a history research paper on Footbinding in China. (Stanford)

Peter Kirgis, of Paul D. Schreiber High School in Port Washington, New York, had published a research paper on the history of Socialism in France. (Williams)

Peter Luff, of Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, had published a history research paper on South Carolina in 1876. (Yale)

Se Young Jeon, of Semiamoo Secondary School in Surrey, British Columbia, had published a history research paper on Arab Unification. (McGill)

Jeremy Rhee, of theTrinity School in New York City, had published a history research paper on the Yick Wo v. Hopkins case. (Brown)

Elizabeth Anne Johns, of Whitney Young Magnet High School in Chicago, Illinois, had published a history research paper on Tobacco Advertising. (HS 2019)

Yuren (Rock) Pang, of the Beyond English Program in China, had published a history research paper on the South China Sea. (Pending)

Owen Tedford, of Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut, had published a history research paper on the Battle of Gettysburg. (Princeton)

Daniel W. Jo, of Troy High School in Fullerton, California, had published a history research paper on the Korean Financial Crisis. (HS 2017)

Ben Chiacchia, of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Rhode Island, had published a history research paper on Capital Punishment. (Brown)

Claire Jeeyoung Pak, of Korea International School in Seoul, had published a history research paper on Quantum Mechanics. (Northwestern)

Tiffany Zhang, of the Independent Schools Foundation in Hong Kong, had published a history research paper on the Insanity Defense in China. (HS 2018)

Jack Tae Hyun Yoon, of the Middlesex School in Concord, Massachusetts, had published a history research paper on the economic and financial ventures of John Law. (Harvard)
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