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WordTheatre at Chapman University Celebrated Authors’ Short Stories Brought to Life by Film and Television Celebrities & Chapman Students

September 22, 2016 by | News

WordTheatre’s fall series at Chapman University brings America’s finest short story writers to Orange for celebrity and student performances.On Monday, October 17, Hollywood actors (to be announced soon!)— will bring to life acclaimed short stories written by author Tim O’Brien. O’Brien is the author of The Things They Carried, a collection of short stories inspired

Student Spends the Summer Interning in New York Five Lessons Learned

September 15, 2016 by Shoshana Feld-Sobol | Art

By Shoshana Feld-Sobol Expected Graduation: May 2017 (Senior) Major: Strategic and Corporate Communication The sun is still shinning bright, the wind still warm, and the general feeling of summer still radiates through the air. But alas, the new academic year has fallen upon us as swiftly as ever. Before we are consumed with school work

Tabula Poetica: Oct. 6 Presents Alan Shapiro

September 13, 2016 by Mike Gravagno | News

The annual Tabula Poetica reading series continues on October 6th with poet, memoirist, and novelist Alan Shapiro. His most recent book is the collection of poems Life Pig.  The Boston-born poet has published numerous collections, and his book of poems Reel to Reel was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2012. He works in

WordTheatre at Chapman University Celebrated Authors’ Short Stories Brought to Life by Film and Television Celebrities & Chapman Students

August 29, 2016 by | News

WordTheatre’s fall series at Chapman University brings America’s finest short story writers to Orange for celebrity and student performances. On Monday, Sept. 19, Hollywood actors Jackson Rathbone (Twilight Films, Finding Carter, The Last Airbender) and Vanessa Lengies (Glee, Hawthorne, Lego Stars, Stick It) — will bring to life acclaimed short stories written by author Brian

Tabula Poetica Poetry Series: 2016 Kicking off with Cecilia Woloch, Sept. 15

August 29, 2016 by | News

Tabula Poetica’s Annual Poetry Reading Series kicks off on Thursday, September 15, 2016 with poet Cecilia Woloch. Woloch is a poet, writer, teacher, and traveler based in Los Angeles. She has published six collections of poems, most recently Earth from Two Sylvias Press and Carpathia from BOA Editions. Her second collection, Tsigan: The Gypsy Poem, was published in French translation

My Summer Before California Ms. Štěpánka Jislová, comic book author/illustrator

August 15, 2016 by Štěpánka Jislová | News

Here is the second blog posts from our first Scholar-in-Residence — Ms. Štěpánka Jislová, a comic book author/illustrator from Prague. Ms. Jislová will be joining us in October as part of the prestigious “Getting to Know Europe” grant that Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences was awarded from the European Union. We are

Fall 2016 Graduate Student Workshops Reserve your spot today!

July 20, 2016 by | News

Each semester Wilkinson College offers a variety of workshops for graduate students on topics related to academic, personal, and career development. Graduate Students may register for this 0 credit P/NP class through my.chapman.edu. Course number is GUS 530. Here’s a list of workshops coming up. We hope to see you there! (Download PDF for more

Latin American Studies Association 50th Anniversary

June 7, 2016 by ALICIA KOZAMEH | Events

Author and Professor Alicia Kozameh has returned from New York City, where she participated in the Latin American Studies Association’s (LASA) International Congress, on its 50th anniversary. The annual conference brings together experts on Latin America from all disciplines and diverse occupational endeavors across the globe, and is organized by the largest professional Association in

What are your summer plans? Chapman students talk about what incredible things they are doing this summer!

May 4, 2016 by Shoshana Feld-Sobol | News

For most college students, summer is the most highly anticipated season of the year. For two decades of our lives we’ve been tirelessly completing problem sets, public speeches, and scientific experiments. We’ve spent hours in the library, highlighter in-hand, meticulously annotating readings, drinking enough coffee to awaken a bear in hibernation, and agonizing over midterms