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Center for American War Letters

  

Center for American War Letters Recently Profiled in Local and National Media

November 12, 2020 by | News

Friends of the Leatherby Libraries are well-acquainted with the Center for American War Letters, and the CAWL Archives housed on the lower level of the Leatherby Libraries, and we’re always delighted when even more people learn about this treasure trove of American history, which now includes more then 150,000 war-related correspondences from every conflict in

Leatherby Libraries Services for Graduate Students Returning to Campus

October 5, 2020 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries is happy to welcome those graduate students who are returning back to the Chapman University campus. For the time being, the Leatherby Libraries building is still physically unavailable for browsing, studying, and classwork. We have been working hard to offer remote resources for all Chapman University students and faculty, and we are

Homecoming 2020 and the Leatherby Libraries

September 16, 2020 by | Resources

Like so much else this year, Chapman University Homecoming 2020 will look very different from its previous iterations. Instead of a short weekend of in-person activities, there’s an entire week of virtual activities planned, from October 5th through October 10th, meaning that Homecoming is coming home to each of you. Likewise, the Leatherby Libraries will

New Research Guide for the Center for American War Letters Archive

July 13, 2020 by | Resources

If you’re a seasoned user of the Leatherby Libraries, you’re probably quite familiar with our Research & Study Guides. Compiled by our wonderful subject liaison librarians, they contain links to searches, virtual resources, and lots of great advice on how to perform the best research in a given field. We also offer Research Guides to

Three Wars Event a Huge Success Panelists Brought an Important Message to Orange County and the Chapman Community

September 25, 2019 by | Center for American War Letters

On Thursday September 19, panelists gathered at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach to discuss their books and an important message for our country. The Richard M. Nixon Foundation joined Chapman’s Center for the Study of War and Society to host an event for prominent members of not only the Chapman community, but throughout Orange

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