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.
(ΦBK, Hollins University, 1980), Lost Places: On Losing and Finding Home(Mercer University Press, 2018).
(ΦBK, University of Utah, 1962), Every Angle of Moonshine — Poems(Kelsay Books, 2017).
(ΦBK, Davidson College, 2001), Veteran Americans: Literature and Citizenship from Revolution to Reconstruction(UMass Press, 2018).
Franklin Barr Lebo
(ΦBK, Brandeis University, 2000), Between Democracy and Technocracy(Rowman & Littlefield, 2018).
(ΦBK, Tufts University, 1971), I DO: A Wedding Planner Tells Tales(iUniverse, 2015).
(ΦBK, Tufts University, 1971), Editor: The Man I Knew Was Once A Boy: The Letters of Herbert Barness, 1938-1948(SkillBites, 2015).
(ΦBK, Tufts University, 1971), Editor: The Man I Knew: Herbert Barness in the Press, 1957-1998(SkillBites, 2018).
(ΦBK, Harvard College, 1968), Just a Journalist: On the Press, Life, and the Spaces Between(Harvard Univesity Press, 2017).
(ΦBK, University of Michigan, 1953), Changing the Course of Failure (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018).