Th e third cohort of M.A. International Studies candidates celebrated their graduation with a dinner at OC Mining Company on Monday, May 13, 2013 . The graduates were joined by faculty, family and friends. Valentina Marinac ’13 was the recipient of the Outstanding Academic Achievement award and Karina Macias ’13 was the recipient of the Continue Reading »
Hi All This is a little premature, but I just wanted to send a thank you message before the summer overtakes and you get to turn your mind to other things. So my thanks to each of you for your invaluable contributions to the College and all it stands for. Thank you for your dedication Continue Reading »
The Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of English at Chapman University honored English Professor Alicia Kozameh, with presentations and discussions with Professor Kozameh’s friends, family, colleagues, and students on April 4, 2013. Alicia Kozameh, Argentine author and former political prisoner during the last military dictatorship in her country, is the author of the Continue Reading »
Author: Julye Bidmead, Ph.D. Wilkinson Review 2013 The full moon is setting over the Jezreel Valley as I begin my 5:00 a.m. daily climb up the steep and rocky terrain to Tel Megiddo. After two months my legs still ache and I fight off the fatigue from a night with too little sleep, but the Continue Reading »
School Literacies Partnership program includes a series of Young Writers Workshops with the John Folwes Center for Creative Writing. The culmination of the Young Writers Workshops 2013 is the student reading. Orange High School students who participated in the 2013 Creative Writing Workshop present their work in this video.
The Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University in conjunction with Chapman University’s Escalatte Collection is pleased to present California Visual Music – Three Generations of Abstraction, Saturday, May 18, 2013 - Saturday, June 22, 2013. The exhibition brings together work from L.A.’s vital art scene with selected pieces from the Escalate Collection that exemplify key innovations Continue Reading »
Chapman President Jim Doti sits down for an in depth discussion with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel about his book, “Open Heart,” about his recent surgery. This series features compelling talk from today’s leaders in business, science, the arts and more.
Current students and faculty are working to create a promotional video for the M.A. International Studies program. The video production will be comprised of two parts – in studio recording and footage from fieldwork and international excursions. Chapman University’s Panther Productions will use all the footage to put together the promotional video this fall. The Continue Reading »
Author: Micol Hebron, Ph.D. Wilkinson Review Spring 2013 For the last decade Berlin has been an increasingly important locus of the contemporary art scene drawing large numbers of emerging and established artists from around the world. After the financial crash in 2008 even more artists flocked to Berlin where they could find cheap studio space Continue Reading »
Chapman University’s English/Creative Writing Department’s MFA/MA candidates read their creative works. Chapman offers an MA, MFA and dual MA/MFA. The dual degree combines the M.F.A. in Creative Writing and the M.A. in English and combines the practice and study of creative writing with literary scholarship. It is designed for students who intend to pursue a Continue Reading »