Achieving in the Study of Humanity, the first female president of Harvard University Drew Gilpin Faust won $1 Million, the year’s John W. Klug Prize. This is an award given by Library of Congress covering discipline tasks that Nobel Prizes didn’t work upon.
This is an award given by Library of Congress covering discipline tasks that Nobel Prizes didn’t work upon.
She left her legacy in writing 6 books, which were bound in Civil war eras, comprising of “Mothers of Invention” being one of them, followed by “The Slaveholding Women of South in American Civil War in 1996”, also “This Republic of Suffering” and the “Death and the American Civil War in 2008”. As Harvard University President, She’ll be retiring by the end of month, being the first woman to lead the university.
The impact of the prize has been useful since 2003 and hence forth, commuted after every 2 years, elaborating more on community of scholars. Carla Hayden, on Librarian of Congress statement, inaugurated Dr. Faust’s deep emphasis on identity of Southern, exploring clarification relevance of deep themes to national conversation on gender and race.
In September, during the ceremony at the Library, the award prize will be formally declared. Jurgen Habermas and Charles Taylor, being philosophers were also previous winners, also including John Hope Franklin and Peter Brown, the Historians; and the sociologist Fernando Henrique Cardoso, and the Brazil’s former president.
This not only displays of the progress we’ve made, but it shows just how limitless we are as a human race, when our inner voice outweighs the outter. To all the women out there, keep on keeping on. Your time is now! #RewordIt