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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

Hilbert Museum Exhibition Showcases 25 Years of Student Holocaust Art and Writing

April 22, 2024 by | News

“Messengers of Memory: A 25-Year Retrospective of the Annual Chapman University Holocaust Art & Writing Contest” is currently on display at the newly expanded Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University through July 31, 2024. This special curated exhibition highlights 25 years of prize-winning entries in the Holocaust Art & Writing Contest. The contest,

Behind the Scenes: “Our War Too: Women in Service”

March 21, 2024 by Dr. Charissa Threat | News

Dr. Charissa Threat (Wilkinson College Associate Dean and Associate Professor of History) recently served on the “Our War Too” Exhibit Advisory Committee for the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. For nearly eighteen months, Dr. Threat and other committee members worked with Kimberly Guise, Senior Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, and Erin

Excursion to the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens From Our Eyes:

January 24, 2024 by Natalie Teeter | News

This edition of From Our Eyes features Natalie Teeter, a rising junior pursuing a major in Strategic and Corporate Communication and minor in Studio Art. Teeter and a group of Wilkinson students and staff recently visited the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens to view their exceptional collection of Asian American artifacts. The trip

A Discussion on Trans Health with Chapman Alum Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity

November 27, 2023 by Syd Brewster | News

As part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity series, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences recently hosted a Trans Health and Wellness panel featuring trans Chapman alumni who are active in the community. According to the panelists, there was no visibility

A Year That Mattered: 1940 – 41 The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education

October 24, 2023 by Syd Brewster | News

The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education recently invited historian Daniel Greene and documentary filmmaker Pierre Sauvage to speak on “A Year That Mattered: Varian Fry and the Refugee Crisis, 1940 – 41.” Greene, who works at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Sauvage, a French-American documentary filmmaker who is a child survivor of the

Bridges to Life The Ferrucci Institute for Italian Experience and Research: Windows to Italy Series

October 10, 2023 by Sweet Lou Mader Dauk | Events

The Ferrucci Institute for Italian Experience and Research hosted its first talk in the Windows to Italy series with a lecture by Dr. Thomas Harrison, a professor of Italian Studies at UCLA, whose lecture explored how the concept of bridges is a staple in Italian history. Introducing the series’s concept, Institute Director Dr. Federico Pacchioni

Celebration of the International Day of Peace

October 3, 2023 by Syd Brewster | News

Khiara M. Bridges, J.D. Ph.D. recently spoke at the Celebration of the International Day of Peace, an event sponsored by The Department of Peace Studies in the Wilkinson College of Art, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Dr. Bridges is a professor of law at UC Berkeley school of law and focuses on the intersection of race,

“People Dying is Expensive:” Linda Villarosa on Health Inequity and Racism in America

October 2, 2023 by Samantha De La O | News

Linda Villarosa loves numbers. As a veteran journalist, activist, educator, and award-winning author, the data she has spent years acquiring is central not only to her work, but to the health of Black Americans. “I’m a numbers nerd,” Villarosa shared with a packed audience at Chapman University’s Musco Center for the Arts. “I’m good with

ETW: Health Equity: Lessons from the Field Reflected on the Inequities of the U.S. Healthcare System

September 19, 2023 by Christian Grevin | News

Wilkinson College of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences partnered with the Fish Interfaith Center and SIKHlens for an insightful ETW: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity event highlighting the perspectives of three healthcare professionals based in Orange, California and Seattle, Washington. Dr. Angad Singh, Dr. Jasjit

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