Bachelor's Thesis Award
Since 2019 CRASIS presents an award of € 500 for the best submitted Bachelor’s Thesis written at the University of Groningen or the Protestant Theological University in Groningen and dealing with a research topic covered by CRASIS: ancient history, classical languages, archaeology, and ancient Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
In 2019, the Bachelor’s Thesis Award was presented to Benjamin Lensink for his thesis titled “Cosmological Contestations: A Cosmological Comparison between the Visio Pauli and the Apocalypse of Paul”. The jury especially appreciated the combination of solid description and high explanatory potential, resulting in a very convincing interpretation of the material within its religious and cultural context. Moreover, the suggestions made for further research showed both the relevance of this topic and Lensink’s enthusiasm and ability to work on it.
In 2020, Hylke de Boer was awarded the price for his thesis “Roma hospitis patria: Een karakterisering van de hospes in Propertius boek IV”. The jury was impressed by De Boer’s mastery of the primary sources and his ability to bring them into dialogue with the secondary literature. Not least because of their relevance for modern societies, the themes of diversity and unity are currently of central interest in classics and ancient history, and De Boer offers a creative contribution and self-standing to these debates.
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