Voices and Ideas
Fr. Walter Ong (ΦΒΚ, St. Louis University) revolutionized scholars’ understanding of language. His home campus honors him with a "Pillars of the University" marker.
As a student, ΦBK member Therese Bottomly didn't know how to plan for her career, so she focused on the liberal arts. Now she's the editor and vice president of The Oregonian.
Psychoanalyst and English professor Lee Jenkins (ΦBK, Fisk University) addresses themes of interracial love and coming-of-age during the 1960s in his novel Right of Passage.
Nora Eigenbrodt recently joined Phi Beta Kappa as the National Arts & Sciences Initiative Associate. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee partnered to host Jordan September 13-14. He gave a public lecture titled “The First Crusade and Jewish Martyrdom”.
This winter might be the perfect time to learn from one of our Visiting Scholars, attend a local museum tour, or participate in a book club. Find an event near you!
A free and self-governing people require engaged and informed members of society. For this project, liberal arts education remains absolutely essential.
Read about ΦΒΚ winners and finalists for this year's MacArthur Foundation Fellowships, ΦΒΚ Book Awards, National Book Awards, Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes.