From Robert P. George in National Review:

"The Story of a Well-Lived Life:
Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, R.I.P.

"Elizabeth Fox-Genovese was a scholar as notable for her bravery as for her brilliance. After what she described as her “long apprenticeship” in the world of secular liberal intellectuals, it was careful reflection on the central moral questions of our time that led her first to doubt and then to abandon both liberalism and secularism. Needless to say, this did not endear her to her former allies."

Read the entire essay here .