Undergrad Parker Bates Fleming receives the Bernard Peyton Chamberlain Memorial Prize

The Corcoran Department of History has selected Parker Bates Fleming to be the recipient of the Bernard Peyton Chamberlain Memorial Prize for the best Distinguished Majors Thesis in World History, titled “‘Must We Do Nothing?’: Reinhold Niebuhr and the Origins of Christian Realism, 1928-1941,” written under the direction of Professor Charles Marsh.

The award will be presented tomorrow at the History Department’s diploma ceremony.

We join our colleagues in the History Department in congratulating Parker on this extraordinary achievement!