My Librarian's Favorite Resource(s): Performing Arts

April 15, 2021 by | Resources

So far in our “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series, we’ve shared resources for students studying History, Psychology, Engineering and Sciences, Education and Political Science, and Philosophy. This week we’re talking to Taylor Greene, Chair of Instructional Services and Performing Arts librarian, about his favorite resources for students in each of the Performing Arts subjects.


My Librarian's Favorite Resource(s): Philosophy

April 9, 2021 by | Resources

For this week’s “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” post, we’re going to get super philosophical…about resources for Philosophy students and researchers, that is! This week, Brett Fisher, Chair of the Library Systems & Technology Division, is sharing with us his favorite resources that he uses in his role as Philosophy Subject Liaison Librarian. Brett writes, “I


New E-Books Available for April

April 6, 2021 by Reference Librarian | News

The Leatherby Libraries would like to highlight new Chapman faculty publications and e-Book titles that focus on LGBTQ+, environment, and racial justice. Peace Studies and Sociology Professor Dr. Lisa Leitz is author of Power and Protest : How Marginalized Groups Oppose the State and Other Institutions. Food Science Program Professor Dr. Rosalee Hellberg is co-editor of Food fraud


My Librarian's Favorite Resource(s): Education and Political Science

April 1, 2021 by | Resources

Welcome back from Spring Break, Panthers! As you prepare to tackle the second half of the semester with vigor and research, be sure you’re following our “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series to get hot tips on the best resources to use for each discipline. This week we’re chatting with Assessment Librarian Lauren Dubell about


Leatherby Libraries Reopening for Returning Students and Researchers

March 25, 2021 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries is happy to welcome those of you who are returning to the Chapman University campus beginning Monday, March 29, 2021. The Leatherby Libraries will re-open to welcome students, faculty, and staff back to campus, but our policies and procedures are new. Please read below to learn how you can use the library


My Librarian's Favorite Resource(s): Engineering and Sciences

March 19, 2021 by | Resources

This week is our third installment of the “My Librarian’s Favorite Resource(s)” blog series. This week, we’re talking to Engineering, Sciences, and Digital Humanities librarian Doug Dechow, Ph.D. about the resources that he uses the most, and how he became the Sciences librarian at the Leatherby Libraries. Doug writes, “I am privileged to be the


New E-Books Available for March

March 15, 2021 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries continues to purchase e-books to support Chapman’s ongoing commitment to enriching diversity and inclusion to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community. One of our new titles, Prejudice, Stigma, Privilege, and Oppression, includes a chapter by Dr. Richard Redding, who is the Ronald D. Rotunda Distinguished Professor


Telling Stories: One Room at a Time

March 12, 2021 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries is thrilled to announce the launch of its inaugural virtual exhibit, “Telling Stories: One Room at a Time.” This virtual exhibit tells the stories behind six of the Leatherby Libraries story rooms: the Virginia G. Carson, Ph.D. Group Study Room, the Sikhs and Sikhism in America Group Study Room, the Mendez v.


Researching a Disaster Through the Making of Challenger: The Final Flight

March 9, 2021 by | Events

Join librarians Doug Dechow, Ph.D., and Annie Tang, MLIS, as they moderate a discussion with a panel of researchers about the legacy of the 1986 space shuttle Challenger disaster and the behind-the-scenes research process involved in the production of the Netflix documentary series Challenger: The Final Flight. Researchers from the film project will share their


Win Prizes for Your Research

March 1, 2021 by | News

Are you hard at work on your research project or spending long hours poring over your literature review? Here’s one way you could get recognized for your many hours of study – enter to win the annual Leatherby Libraries Undergraduate Research Prize. The Kevin and Tam Ross Undergraduate Research Prize recognizes excellent research and effective

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