As an academic, Isaac, BD ’63, has taught at Princeton—both the university and the seminary—as well as Hunter, Bard, Hebrew University, and, most notably, Harvard, where he received his PhD and was in 1969 the first faculty appointment in the new African and African American Studies Department. In 1999, the University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences established the “Ephraim Isaac Prize for Excellence in African Languages,” particularly appropriate in light of the fact that Isaac is conversant in 17 different tongues. Check whole post > Father of Peace