In the theology of Iris Murdoch, Maria Antonaccio finds a philosophy in the ancient sense, or a religion in the contemporary sense.
Remembering Paul Fussell, recipient of a 1976 Emerson Award for his study of the cultural impact of World War I.
Phi Beta Kappa member receives the Orange Prize for her first novel, The Song of Achilles.
Obama and Romney support some similar measures, yet there are noticeable differences in their budget plans for student loans and Pell Grant awards.
When vague rhetoric and lofty appeals trump policies and platforms, voters face not a fork in the road but an amorphous mass of words and ideas.
Sally L. Kitch, founding director of the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University, talks about the National Press Club forum on the humanities.
Student evaluations, among many other things, are used to determine issues such as tenure, promotions, and salary increases. What role do they play in grade inflation?
Read about newly elected President Katherine Soule’s vision for the future of Phi Beta Kappa.
The Twin Cities Association, launched in 2008, celebrates its official charter this year.
An active member of Phi Beta Kappa for 79 remarkable years, Newcomer worked to establish the Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Texas Christian University in 1971.
Her award-winning biography, Night’s Dancer, is about Janet Collins, the first African-American woman to be hired as a full-time ballet dancer for the Metropolitan Opera.