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Current Issue

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From the Secretary: New Chapter Installations

This spring we welcomed our three newest chapters located at Providence College, Rollins College, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Key Into Public Service 2022

Key Into Public Service Scholars 2022

Inspired by many Phi Beta Kappa members who have shaped the course of our nation through local, state, and federal service, the Society announces the 20 recipients of the Key into Public Service scholarships.

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2022 Sibley & Jensen Winners

Abigail Fields of Yale University is the winner of the 2022 Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship. Alexis Stanley of UC Berkeley is the winner of the 2022 Walter J. Jensen Fellowship. Both awards will be used for doctoral research in France.

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ΦBK Visiting Scholar Adriana Zavala

Through the study of artworks by Adriana Corral, Teresita Fernández, Guadalupe Maravilla, Carlos Martiel, Sandy Rodriguez, and Juan Sánchez, Zavala explores how racialization as a violent form of social differentiation cannot be separated from the critical study of geopolitical power.