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The Bell Scholars

Each year the student who produces the best research dissertation for the MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies will be awarded the title of 'Bell Scholar' in recognition of outstanding scholarship. Lady Primrose and Sir David Bell are at the heart of the Centre's development and we are enormously grateful to them for all their support and guidance.

 

The Bell Scholars 2016-17

We are delighted to announce that two students have been awarded the title of Bell Scholar 2016-17 in recognition of their outstanding research dissertations: 

Ms Reetika Subramanian

 

Ms Reetika Subramanian has been awarded the title of Bell Scholar for her research dissertation, Contested Realities in the Anti-Khatna Movement in India: Negotiating the Ideals of Female Respectability and the Performance of Sexuality, which jointly received the highest Distinction mark on the MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies 2016-17.

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Ching Kwong Wong

 

Mr Ching Kwong Wong has been awarded the title of Bell Scholar for his research dissertation, Clinical Management of Gender Dysphoria, which jointly received the highest Distinction mark on the MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies 2016-17.

Many congratulations to Reetika and Ching Kwong for this great achievement.