War, Diplomacy, and Society at the 2024 Society for Military History Conference

June 11, 2024 by | News

Graduate students and faculty of the  War, Diplomacy, and Society (WDS) MA program recently converged at the 2024 Society for Military History (SMH) Conference for robust conversations and panel discussions devoted to furthering the study of military history. Talisa Flores ‘24 presented “Las Otras Rosas: Latina War Workers and World War II” at the Whose


Internal Research Grants Awarded 2024

June 3, 2024 by | News

Congratulations to the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences projects that were awarded a total of $68,000 from three internal grant programs – Office of Research’s Faculty Grant for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities, Wilkinson College’s Scholarly/Creative Activity Faculty Grant, and Fowler School of Engineering’s McGovern Foundation Trusted Artificial Intelligence. Additionally, two faculty


Latinx Revolutionary Horizons: Form and Futurity in the Americas

May 29, 2024 by | News

In Latinx Revolutionary Horizons: Form and Futurity in the Americas, Dr. Renee Hudson (English) offers a powerful look into what it means to be Latinx. Many scholars have discussed the incoherence of this label given that Latinxs have a wide range of identities and experiences -in addition to different races and different religions.. So the


Dr. Justin de Leon awarded $25,000 NEA Grant

May 15, 2024 by | News

Dr. Justin de Leon (Ethnic Studies) was awarded a $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grants for Arts Projects Media Arts grant for the Creative Sovereignty Lab (CSL) project, which aims to address the issue of Native American communities being defined by cinema without active participation in their own representations. “In breaking barriers and creating


Art History Partners with Getty Research Institute

May 13, 2024 by Dr. Amy Buono | News

Seeking to understand the rich artistic cultures of the Mexica (Aztec) civilization in Tenochtitlán, Dr. Amy Buono’s Art History class ­­––The Arts of Tenochtitlán-Mexico City (AH 323) –– embarked on a semester-long journey through the Florentine Codex, a Nahua manuscript that records Indigenous history and knowledge of sixteenth-century central Mexico. Researched for decades by Spanish


Faculty Promotions, Honors & Awards 2024

May 13, 2024 by | News

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences outstanding faculty in our eight academic departments and numerous interdisciplinary programs support innovative curriculum, cutting-edge research, and public programming to ensure that the arts, humanities, and social sciences remain the distinguishing component in every student’s education. This spring, the Wilkinson College faculty listed below were recognized with


¡Salud! Graduate Student Interns with Casa Loy Tequila Distillery Graduate Careers in Focus

May 7, 2024 by David Krausman | News

The Voice of Wilkinson had the opportunity to sit down with graduate student Iara Gonzalez-Ascencio (‘24 MA International Studies) to talk about her recent internship with Casa Loy Tequila Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. In this interview, Gonzalez-Ascencio shares her internship experience and some of her takeaways, demonstrating a key component of the International Studies program–linking


Wilkinson College 2024 Student Award Winners

May 6, 2024 by | Awards/Scholarships

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences students were recently recognized with honors in a series of events that constituted this year’s annual Wilkinson award ceremonies and the 16th annual Campus Leadership Awards. Congratulations to all the winners! Cecil F. Cheverton Award Finalists The Cheverton Award is the oldest and highest undergraduate student honor


The Half Known Life: In Search of Paradise with Pico Iyer

May 1, 2024 by By Lisa Wong, Broadcast Journalism and Documentary ‘25, Chinese and Visual Journalism minors | News

On Earth Day, April 22, 2024, Wilkinson College’s English Department in collaboration with the journalism program, hosted Pico Iyer for a book talk on his most recent book, The Half Known Life: In Search of Paradise. The conversation was led by Iyer’s friend and a familiar face, Chapman University President Emeritus Dr. Jim Doti. In


Career Corner: California to the White House

May 1, 2024 by Maverick Shuck | News

This edition of Career Corner features Maverick Shuck (‘25 Political Science and Peace Studies & Justice Studies major; Leadership Studies and Honors Program minor). Shuck attended the From California to the White House event which featured August Mao, who shared how he utilized networking to get where he works today – The White House.  As

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