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Dr. Ian Barnard Publishes New Book About the Rhetoric of Sex Panics

March 16, 2020 by

    Chapman English professor Ian Barnard’s new book, Sex Panic Rhetorics, Queer Interventions, has just been published by The University of Alabama Press. The book makes the counter-intuitive argument that contemporary sex panics are undergirded by queerphobia, even when the panics in question don’t appear to have much to do with queerness. Barnard presents

Chapman’s Kolby Reinke Wins Major Conference Award

February 26, 2020 by

Kolby Reinke, a first-year graduate student in the MA Program in War and Society Studies, won the best original history paper in the master’s category at the Eleventh Annual Texas A&M History Graduate Student Conference this month. The award was decided by the Texas A&M History Graduate Student Organization. Reinke’s paper “‘Her Crisis Our Crisis’:

Catalina Island could host Chapman University classes by next school year

November 21, 2019 by

Chapman University students have a new study abroad option: Catalina Island. The Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is partnering with the Catalina Island Museum in Avalon to create a program for its students to take classes on the island starting next school year and get real-life experience documenting the area’s rich history

CSPAN Honors Veterans with Wilkinson Event

November 13, 2019 by

On Veteran’s Day, Monday, November 11, CSPAN televised Wilkinson College’s event, “Three Wars: American Veterans in an Age of Perpetual Conflict” in honor of the holiday. The event took place at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach in September, where three veterans and authors took the stage with Dr. Gregory Daddis (War and Society) to

The Same Sky Overarches Us All

November 4, 2019 by

Professor Lia Halloran (Department of Art) created an exhibit that explores the lesser-known history of early women astronomers and the central role they played in modern astronomy, including the discovery and documentation of major celestial bodies. Using large-scale cyanotypes — a photographic printing process developed in the mid-nineteenth century, primarily for scientific use — Halloran

Art Collections Changes Name

October 31, 2019 by

Art Collections officially changing it’s name to the Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art. “Having looked after the Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art for the past 10 years, we are now officially known as the Escalette Collection! This name means a lot to us – we have always preserved this

Deadline: Nov. 5 for Presenting Posters in Washington DC

October 22, 2019 by

Present your undergraduate research at Posters on the Hill on Capitol Hill in Washington DC – Meet members of Congress and their staff at this exciting annual undergraduate poster session. Don’t forget there are funds available through SGA, CUE, and your college to help fund your travel to present at conferences! Deadline to Apply –

A Moment With Former President George W. Bush

October 22, 2019 by

On Oct. 9 former President George W. Bush was invited to Chapman University for a special fundraiser by the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics.  Some of Wilkinson College’s faculty, staff, and students were there to meet the 43rd President. “I was thrilled to meet President Bush, as there are only so many

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