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Members

American Philosophical Society
The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg was elected to the APS in 2006 as a Resident member in Class 5. She attended two Meetings, participating in...
Janine Boldt
Benjamin Franklin was represented in portraits in nearly every medium: painting, prints, sculpture, medallions, ceramic, textiles, etc. According to Franklin himself, his face was “as...
Estelle Markel-Joyet
Since November 2003, the American Philosophical Society has recorded and preserved almost all of the lectures given at the biannual Meetings in November and April...
American Philosophical Society
During the extraordinary times of the COVID-19 pandemic, APS Council has passed a rare public resolution on behalf of the Membership calling on Congress to...
American Philosophical Society
The American Philosophical Society is pleased to welcome new Members elected to the Society in 2020. Election to the American Philosophical Society honors extraordinary accomplishments...
American Philosophical Society
Updated August 10, 2020 While onsite programs are on hold, there are many ways to engage with APS events and collections remotely in the coming...
American Philosophical Society
Image: Berkeley Lab Mina Jahan Bissell (APS 2007), Distinguished Senior Scientist of Biological Systems and Engineering Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is the...
Charles Greifenstein
The APS has received the papers of physicist Freeman Dyson (APS 1976). In May 2019, Curator of Manuscripts Charles Greifenstein visited Dyson at the Institute...