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Eight English Department Members Present at College English Association Conference

April 24, 2024 by | News

Eight Department of English faculty members, graduate students, and alums presented papers at the College English Association‘s (CEA) 53rd Annual Conference in Atlanta. Each spring, CEA members get together for three days to share their work, test new ideas, seek feedback from their colleagues, and celebrate all things language and literature. This year in particular,

Faculty Book: Collection of Poems by Dr. Glaser

April 23, 2024 by | News

In his latest book of poems, Reparation Gate, Dr. Brian Glaser (English) offers a tribute to his father’s life and work as a theologian and teacher. Reparation Gate includes a series of poems on fatherhood, and many meditations on the concern for social justice shared by Dr. Glaser and his father, who was his hero

Faculty Book: Understanding Agency in Indigenous Translation and Interpretation through Indigenous Approaches to UX

January 24, 2024 by | News

The Voice of Wilkinson recently sat down with Dr. Nora K. Rivera (English) to discuss her new publication, The Rhetorical Mediator: Understanding Agency in Indigenous Translation and Interpretation through Indigenous Approaches to UX (University Press of Colorado, 2024). This is Rivera’s first published book as a single author, but the accomplishment caused some mixed feelings

Systems Shift: Creating and Navigating Change in Rhetoric and Composition Administration Faculty Books

December 12, 2023 by | News

In 2017, Dr. Aurora Matzke (English) and a few colleagues started having casual conversations about how systems and networks stymie efforts to create more inclusive programs and institutions. Everything from academic labor issues and workplace boundaries to inclusive assessment benchmarks and equitable service requirements. Soon thereafter, Dr. Matzke and these colleagues presented this topic on

Chapman Student Interns in NYC With The Daily Show

November 27, 2023 by Erika Taylor | News

Wilkinson College Journalism Student Antony Post (’24 B.A. Film and Media Studies, Journalism minor) interned with The Daily Show in New York City earlier this year as a Production Intern.  During his internship, Post undertook a variety of responsibilities within different departments at the show. These tasks included acting as a production assistant on filmed

Wilkinson Student Receives Hands-On Experience at Hawaii News Now Internship

October 24, 2023 by Erika Taylor | News

Last summer, Wilkinson College student Kiana Kalahele (24′ B.S. Business Administration Marketing, B.A. English Journalism) interned at Hawaii News Now, having been selected to participate in the prestigious Dow Jones News Internship Program. “I was able to cover and report on stories of my own interest, which was a lot of fun,” Kalahele said. “One

From Our Eyes: Students Share their Summer Research Experiences

August 18, 2023 by Vivianna Juarez and Rhyan Warmerdam | News

This edition of From Our Eyes features Vivianna Juarez (‘24, Art and Philosophy; English minor) and Rhyan Warmerdam (‘24, English; Psychology and Secondary Education minors). The two students were given the opportunity to participate in Chapman’s 2023 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) an on campus eight-week summer program that gives undergrads experience in hands-on research

Boundaries of Violence in Early Modern England Faculty Books

August 17, 2023 by | English

  Dr. Samantha Dressel (Department of English) and Matthew Carter (Clayton State University) recently published their co-edited book, Boundaries of Violence in Early Modern England (Routledge Press). The book explores the possibilities and limitations of violence in the Early Modern world through a collaboration of scholars who participated in the 2021 Shakespeare Association of America

Photojournalism Students Receiving Hands-On Experience

July 31, 2023 by | News

Each weekend, “Local Lens” in the Voice of OC features photo essays by Wilkinson journalism students who have covered and engaged with a wide swath of Orange County life, from civic engagement events such as The Great American Write In, to walking Orange County’s coastline. Recently, Visual Journalism student Jack Sunblad published Orange County Debuts

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