Sam Harshbarger, who is pursuing a minor in Near Eastern Studies, has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. A history major, Harshbarger is preparing a senior thesis tentatively titled “Between Cold War and Decolonization: Turkey and Post-Colonial Afro-Asia, 1951–1960.” He is fluent in Spanish and Turkish, with advanced proficiency in Azerbaijani and Russian, and is a member of the Behrman Undergraduate Society of Fellows, a student fellow of the Center for Security Studies and an undergraduate fellow of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. At Oxford, Harshbarger will pursue an MPhil in history. To read more about Harshbarger's Rhodes, please read the university's announcement.
Harshbarger ’24 Wins Rhodes Scholarship
Nov. 13, 2023