268 posts categorized in

History

  

Media Failure and the 2016 Presidential Election With Dr. Justin Vaughn

November 4, 2016 by | News

Alpha Beta Chi Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha and The National Political Honor Society welcomes Dr. Justin Vaughn on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 5 p.m. in Beckman Hall 401. Dr. Vaughn will be presenting a lecture on – Media Failure and the 2016 Presidential Election. Dr. Vaughn is associate professor of Political Science and

Kinderland ist abgebrannt (Kinderland Has Burnt Down) Free Screening

November 4, 2016 by | News

The Center for Global Education and Department of World Languages and Cultures present a free screening of Kinderland ist abgebrannt ((Kinderland Has Burnt Down)) – a documentary film by Sibylle Tiedemann and Ute Badura (1998) on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 7 p.m. in Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center. The film documents the

Anatomia Italiana Art and Anatomy in the Italian Renaissance

November 2, 2016 by | News

Department of World Languages and Cultures presents Anatomia Italiana: Art and Anatomy in the Italian Renaissance on Monday, November 14, 2016 at 7 p.m. in Argyros Forum, Room 209A with Dr. Kevin Petti from San Diego Miramar College. About the lecture: Italy’s medieval universities established the study of human anatomy for physicians. To heighten their

World War Z Author Max Brooks Joins 2017 Interstices Panel April 2017

October 26, 2016 by | News

Save-the-date! Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is excited to announce bestselling author Max Brooks (World War Z) as part of Interstices 2017 – Surviving the End of the World on Thursday, April 6. In a discussion about realities, myths, and stories of disaster and apocalypse, Mr. Brooks will join panelists Chris Bader

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

Leipzig Resurrected The Past in the Present

September 2, 2016 by Karen Gallagher | History

By Karen Gallagher Assistant Professor Department of World Languages and Cultures Epithet: “I have concluded that I am not at home anywhere and I have become used to this condition. The advantages outweigh the disadvantages. I would recommend such a state of affairs to all patriots and nationalists. The world might then have fewer sources

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