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2018 Philip Hofer Prize for Collecting Books or Art.

Ayodeji Ogunnaike and Hope Mayo converse in the Edison and Newman Room of Houghton Library.


The Philip Hofer prize is awarded each year to a student or students whose collections of books or works of art best exemplify the traditions of breadth, coherence, and imagination represented by Philip Hofer, A.B. '21, L.H.D. '67, founder and first Curator of the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts in Houghton Library and Secretary of the Fogg Art Museum.


The winners for 2018 were announced at Houghton Library on April 5, 2018.


1st place

Asad Ramzanali • Maps that Tell the Story of Me and My Ancestors.


2nd place

Margaret Grace Innes • American Photobooks and Illustrated Print Media of the Interwar Period.


3rd place

Ayodeji Ogunnaike • African Armaments and Mystical Metals.


3rd place

Cengiz Cemaloglu • Philosophical Journeys of the Turkic World: From Orkhon Inscriptions to Ben Ney’im.


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Taken on April 5, 2018