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Coming Soon to the Leatherby Libraries: The Saint John’s Bible Here to ignite the spiritual imagination

January 11, 2019 by | Exhibits and Displays

If you have walked through the lobby of the Leatherby Libraries since late December, you may have noticed a beautiful new display case containing some open books and flyers. This will be housing, starting on January 22nd, the Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible. The Bible and case will remain in their current position

Community of Readers by the Numbers CoR Boasts Best Year Yet

August 31, 2018 by | Events

Chapman’s summer reading program, Community of Readers (CoR), is eleven years strong and just reached a milestone of 1,550 titles reviewed since its initial program kickoff in 2007. Back then, 18 eager participants from across campus dove into 90 book titles, including some from President Emeritus Doti’s summer reading list. This year’s CoR program reached record heights. Concluding in August, CoR 2018

New features in Cabell’s New tool can help authors identify potentially problematic publishers

August 20, 2018 by | News

For many years, Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities has been one of the top tools for researchers to identify journals and publishers to showcase their work. Its Whitelist provides a wealth of information on each journal, allowing potential authors to evaluate the journal’s acceptance rates, peer-review process, length of review, time to publication, impact, and

Annual Literary Pub(lishing) Crawl Engages Students Across Campus Offering panels on translating, publishing, and landing a job

May 4, 2018 by | Events

This year’s Literary Pub(lishing) Crawl included three panels covering topics on translating, writing, publishing, and building a career, and was wrapped up by a very special keynote address by Chapman University Presidential Scholar, Rebecca Skloot. Translate Confidently: Writing Across Cultures Panelists: Allan MacVicar, Alison Williams*, Nachoem M. Wijnberg Work Courageously: Landing a Job, Building a