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Constitution Day at the Leatherby Libraries Honoring our Constitution through an informative book display

September 15, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries highlights the importance of the 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. We celebrate this historic day by learning and sharing some of our collection’s many educational books on the Constitution. Titles such as The Development of the American Constitution, which focuses on the various phases of the Constitution’s progression, and The

Leatherby Libraries Participates in the I AM CHAPMAN Campaign

August 19, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries is participating in the I AM CHAPMAN campaign by featuring a rotating photography collection of Chapman students located in the Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art. According to the campaign’s website, I AM CHAPMAN is designed to explore and affirm the different identities reflected in the Chapman University student population. By participating in

From Frida to Warhol: A Display in Celebration of Queer Artists Honoring LGBTQIA+ Pride Month

June 16, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

National Pride Month takes place every year in June. The Leatherby Libraries is celebrating the month with a new display of books curated by both our Sociology Librarian and our Health Sciences Librarian David Carson (who is also a member of Chapman University’s LGBTQIA+ Staff and Faculty Forum). Flyer Designed by: Student Assistant Isabella Piechota

Understanding Disabilities: A Summer Long Book Display

June 15, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries is hosting a summer-long display honoring inclusion in disabilities. Featuring over 50 books, you can find everything from information on disability rights to personal stories and thought-provoking biographies. We hope this display raises awareness and provides a greater understanding and insight. The complete bibliography for the display can be viewed on Chapman

Leatherby Libraries Launches The Anti-Mexican History of Orange County Exhibit A Collaboration with the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies

May 17, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

As part of the Education & Ethnics Studies Summit, the Leatherby Libraries collaborated with the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies to host an art exhibit by Santa Ana Valley High School students. This event was Chapman University’s 6th Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit and the Leatherby Libraries’ 4th time hosting the exhibit.

The CEER Over Time A Display Featuring Chapman Yearbooks Through History

April 19, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Special Collections and Archives Library has a newly curated display featuring Chapman University yearbooks* through history titled “The CEER Over Time.” This display features a “selection of CEER yearbooks from the Chapman University Archives. Bold colors, graphics, and textures make each one unique. These books depict the school’s name changes from California Christian College

“A History of Pharmacy in Pictures” and “A History of Medicine in Pictures” Medical art exhibit at the Health Sciences Study Commons

November 11, 2021 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries and the Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) are excited to partner together to announce a new, year-long exhibit on display in the Health Sciences Study Commons on the Rinker Health Science Campus of Chapman University. “A History of Pharmacy in Pictures” is a series of 40 illustrations thought of by George

Native American Art: A Book Display in Celebration of Native American Heritage Month

October 25, 2021 by | Exhibits and Displays

National Native American Heritage Month is celebrated each year in November. In celebration of the month, our Sociology and Native American Studies librarian has curated a book display, accessible in the Leatherby Libraries lobby in front of the elevators, on Native American Art. The description of the display reads, “Native Americans are the Indigenous peoples

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