Phi Beta Kappa Authors
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, and all the sweet serenity of books.─ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (ΦBK, Bowdoin College, 1829)
For over two and a quarter centuries, Phi Beta Kappa has embraced the principles of freedom of inquiry, liberty of thought and expression, and the values inherent in the kind of education that provides a broad intellectual perspective.
These values assume, at the most fundamental level, an education supported by access to thousands of years of literature, history, philosophy, scientific observation, and human insight . . . in the form of books.
Phi Beta Kappa is pleased to recognize those among our membership who have recently published books of their own. If you are a published author, please let us know by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barbara R. DuBois
(ΦBK, University of Michigan, 1948), Herodotus in Verse (Mercury HeartLink , 2017).
(ΦBK, Princeton University, 1962), Revolution and the Historical Novel (Lexington Books, 2018).
(ΦBK, Columbia University, 1970), with Angela Ball, Next Line, Please: Prompts to Inspire Poets and Writers (Cornell University Press, 2018).
(ΦBK, Fordham University, 1995), Streets of Paris: A Guide to the City of Light Following in the Footsteps of Famous Parisians Throughout History(St. Martin's Griffin, 2017).
(ΦBK, University of Delaware, 1970), The Goddess of Anarchy: The Life and Times of Lucy Parsons, American Radical (Basic Books, 2017).
(ΦBK, University of Pennsylvania, 1976), The Man Who Made the Movies (HarperCollins, 2017).
Valerie P. Cohen
(ΦBK, University of California-Los Angeles, 1968), co-author Tree Lines (University of Nevada Press, 2017).
Nancy Ann Watanabe
(ΦBK, University of Washington, 1964), African Heartbeat (Rowman&Littlefield, 2017).
Andrew T. Le Peau
(ΦBK, University of Denver, 1973), Mark Through Old Testament Eyes (Kregel Academic, 2017).