ΦBK member and executive editor of The Nation, Lingeman traces the evolution of cultural and political attitudes that defined an entire generation of Americans.
We are very happy to announce that ΦBK’s new National Arts & Sciences Initiative has attracted a superb leader.
What can the increase of Muslim students at America’s Catholic universities teach us about faith identity, tolerance, and inter-faith dialogue?
New media is often blamed for the decline in writing ability among college students, but some experts in composition observe trends that might surprise skeptics.
Krebs is the author of A Most Dangerous Book, this year’s winner of the Gauss Award for literary scholarship and criticism.
Arne Flaten (ΦBK, Saint Olaf College, 1989) works with students to digitally reconstruct ancient monuments through hands on research and 3D computer modeling.
Scholar-scientists Janet Zengel Messer and twin sister Janice Zengel are inducted as alumni members at McDaniel College.
Physician David Hilfiker (ΦBK, Yale University, 1964) adds his perspective to Alzheimer’s by blogging about his own struggle with the disease.
A co-author of this year’s Science Book Award winner explains why we should all be paying close attention to what is happening in Greenland.
Andrew Delbanco (ΦBK, Harvard University, 1972) visits Washington College to discuss his latest book, College.
ΦBK Book Awards are given each year for outstanding scholarly works in the liberal arts and sciences. Read about this year’s winners.