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So you’re in an MFA program–now what? A guest post by MFA Candidate Ariel N. Banayan

September 17, 2019 by Ariel N. Banayan | English

Fear and Loathing in an MFA Before I started the MFA in Creative Writing program at Chapman University, my understanding of an MFA student wasn’t accurate. I imagined stereotypical nerds dropping words like preposterous, obfuscation, pellucidity, and sesquipedalian into day-to-day conversations to prove a point about their fancy craft, whatever that meant. Honestly, I knew

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Art Collections Forges Lead in Representation

September 13, 2019 by | Art Collections

A recent data survey of the permanent collections of 18 prominent art museums in the US found that out of over 10,000 artists, 87% are male, and 85% are white (Public Library of Science). A 2015 special issue of ARTnews on “Women in the Art World” featured a report by curator Maura Reilly revealing a

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Professor Alicia Kozameh Participates in Historic Reunion of Over 350 Female Former Political Prisoners

September 13, 2019 by | English

On June 15th Professor of English Alicia Kozameh participated in a historic first reunion of more than 350 female former political prisoners, all of whom were held captive at the Villa Devoto prison in Buenos Aires during Argentina’s last military dictatorship. It is estimated that more than 30,000 people were disappeared or killed between 1976

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Undergraduate Research Conference (SCCUR): Nov. 23, 2019 Submissions NOW being accepted (Submissions Deadline Oct. 26)

August 7, 2019 by | News

The 27th annual Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR) will be held at California State University, San Marcos on Saturday, November 23, 2019.SCCUR is an annual research conference held in Southern California where undergraduate students from ALL disciplines, including the arts, performing arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences, are invited to present their research

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Annabelle Koeber Travels to Mediterranean Sea Research/Creative Grant Recipient Talks to us About her Experience

August 6, 2019 by | News

Annabelle Koeber (‘BA in Anthropology, BA in Sociology, ’20,) was awarded an Undergraduate Student Scholarly Research/Creative Grant, where she recently traveled to Spain on The Island of Menorca for field school. Koeber conducted research in an archaeology program for beginners, learning how to work in the field, while gaining the experience and skills needed for

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