Voices and Ideas
Adorno's specialization in colonial Latin American literature offered the opportunity to discuss issues that are incandescently alive in American university and public life today.
Irina Markina is Phi Beta Kappa's 2017 The Walter J. Jensen Fellow. The Jensen Fellowship supports advanced research in French language, literature, and culture.
ΦBK has awarded Katherine Harrington the 2017 Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship for her project "Women’s Labor and the Market in Classical and Hellenistic Greece.”
In a field where new research overturns old methods and helps doctors to provide better services, a desire and a willingness to continue to learn are invaluable.
Rhonda Y. Williams (ΦBK, University of Maryland College Park, 1989) spoke at Mississippi State University as part of a series celebrating Women’s History Month.
Andrew B. Busch (ΦBK, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1983) was appointed by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and officially assumed his duties on April 10.
Associate Justices William O. Douglas, Harold H. Burton, and Felix Frankfurter helped to decide the case that provided a turning point in American Civil Rights.
Cultural and medical anthropologist Peter Locke (ΦBK, University of Virginia, 2000) prepares a new generation of global health leaders to think across cultures.