Publications

The American Scholar

The American Scholar

The American Scholar

 

A quarterly magazine for general circulation, The American Scholar is available to new ΦBK members at a reduced subscription rate. It has been published by ΦBK since 1932. When the Scholar received a National Magazine Award for General Excellence in the under-100,000-circulation category, the judges cited it as a “magazine of the mind, free of pretense and impeccably edited.” The Scholar has also won two National Magazine Awards for Feature Writing and one for Essays, the only quarterly to have won in all three categories.

The Scholar has published work by many of the world’s great writers, thinkers, critics,
and poets, such as Jacques Barzun, Saul Bellow, Albert Einstein, Ralph
Ellison, Robert Frost, Buckminster Fuller, Günter Grass, Thomas Mann,
Margaret Mead, and E. O. Wilson. Recent contributors include Marilyn
Robinson, Nicholson Baker, J. M. Coetzee, Mary Gordon, Cynthia Ozick,
John Updike, Ann Beattie and Garry Wills.

The Key Reporter

Spring 2010 issue of Phi Beta Kappa Key Reporter featuring Alpha of Oregon Chapter and "Letters, Laurels and Keys" exhibit

Spring 2010 issue of  The Key Reporter featuring Alpha of Oregon chapter and “Letters, Laurels and Keys” exhibit and article by past chapter President Ian McNeely

The Key Reporter is the Society’s quarterly publication for members. It is mailed free
of charge for one year to every ΦBK member for whom the Society has a
current address. Published continuously since 1935, The Key Reporter
keeps members informed about the activities of the Society. It also
includes articles of general interest to ΦBK members and brief reviews
of recently published books in the liberal arts and sciences. A
different chapter-sheltering college or university is featured on the
cover of each issue.

Ian McNeely's Article "Letter, Laurels, and Keys: University of Oregon Celebrates the History of Honors Societies"

Ian McNeely’s Article “Letter, Laurels, and Keys: University of Oregon Celebrates the History of Honors Societies”

 

 

 

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