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Faculty Book: Ambiguous Cinema

February 23, 2024 by | News

The concept driving Dr. Kelli Fuery’s (Creative and Cultural Industries) latest book, Ambiguous Cinema: From Simone de Beauvoir to Feminist Film-Phenomenology (Edinburgh University Press) originated from one of her Film Theory classes when she and her students were discussing theories of spectatorship. “While many students were familiar with the ‘male gaze’ as coined by Laura

January Abroad: Chapman Students Carry on Field Research in Rome

January 29, 2024 by Federico Pacchioni | News

Rome is the quintessential site for examining the evolution of various cultural phenomena across millennia, the structuring of political power, intertextual relationships in virtually all of the arts, the development of religion, the aesthetic exploration of place, and more. The city stands as a theater of humanity where themes and questions can be explored within

Veronique Olivier Awarded Two Grants to Facilitate Global Exchange

January 26, 2024 by Allison DeVries | News

Dr. Veronique Olivier (World Languages and Cultures) was recently awarded a $14,280 grant from the Cultural Services French Embassy in the United States’ Transatlantic Mobility Program. Dr. Olivier plans to continue facilitating virtual exchanges between Caen and Chapman students during the 2023-24 academic year. Ultimately, this initiative seeks to build a bilateral partnership that will

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

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

Bound in Bone: A New Student-Generated Exhibition in Roosevelt Hall

January 12, 2024 by Jessica Bocinski | News

As part of Wilkinson College’s 2023 Engaging the World Initiative, Leading the Conversation on Health Equity, the Escalette Collection of Art partnered Wilkinson and Crean College students with LA-based artist Jenny Yurshansky to create an experiential display in Roosevelt Hall titled Bound in Bone. The exhibition will be on display until November, 2024. Roosevelt Hall

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

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