Francesca A Marx Scholarship

The Francesca A Marx Scholarship was established in memory of Francesca Marx, a UCLA Ph.D. in English and the first Assistant Director of the UCLA Scholarship Resource Center. The scholarship is intended to support full-time UCLA undergraduates in the College of Letters & Science studying classical, medieval and/or early modern literature and writing on at least one, though not necessarily all, of the following topics: disability studies, ecocriticism and animal rights. Preference goes to students engaged in writing a thesis closely related to one or more of those topics, or to students having completed one.

Award
$1,000 -- not renewable; notification by August 31
Deadline
07/31/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. Study of Classical, Medieval or Early Modern Literature
    • Briefly, what sparked your interest in early literature and what aspects and areas interest you most?
    • Do you study classical, medieval and/or early modern literature?
  2. Disability Studies, Ecocriticism and/or Animal Rights
    • Are you engaged in writing, or have you recently completed, a thesis on classical, medieval and/or early modern literature related to one or more of those topics?
    • Briefly, what is the source of your interest in one or more of those topics and what aspects and areas interest you most?
    • Do you write on one or more of the following topics: disability studies, ecocriticism or animal rights?
  3. Please upload a sample of your writing (no more than five pages) on classical, medieval and/or early modern literature related to one or more of the following topics: disability studies, ecocriticism and animal rights.