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Art Students in Italy for January Class

January 21, 2011 by | News

Liliana Leopardi and Eric Chimenti took their art students on a travel course to Italy called, Rethinking Renaissance Visual Culture. They studied in Florence, Sienna, Venice and Rome. Check out their blog for beautiful photos from all over Italy and read about what they and learned.  

Dr. Logan Esdale presented a paper at MLA Conference

January 18, 2011 by | News

Logan Esdale, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English, recently presented a paper at the annual MLA Conference, which this year was held in Los Angeles. The paper, “The Bervin Fascicles,” was part of panel on contemporary re-imaginings of Emily Dickinson’s writing. As well, last fall he published two book reviews, one on Reading Emily Dickinson’s Letters: Critical Essays, edited by Jane

Breakdown, curated by Julie Schustack, Jan. 24-Feb. 24

January 14, 2011 by | News

Breakdown is an exhibition of sculpture by artists working in a variety of traditional & non traditional materials including balloon, synthetic hair & tomatoes. Some of the work suggests the literal disintegration of the object while other pieces challenge the conventions of sculpture. Opening Reception: February 8th, 5:30pm-8pm. For more information, call 714.997.6729. Art Department

President Obama Chats with a Group in Falls Church, VA including Chapman Alum

January 6, 2011 by | News

Chapman University, Wilkinson College Political Science alum Nadar Baroukh (’04,’05) was elected mayor of Falls Church, VA. (see story here) in July 2010. As part of his new job responsibilities, Mayor Baroukh was invited to President Barack Obama’s backyard discussion on the Patient’s Bill of Rights on September 22, 2010. During his talk, President Obama observed that he and Mayor

A politically correct Huck Finn? Chapman scholars weigh in

January 6, 2011 by | News

News of a plan to publish a sanitized version of Mark Twain’s classic novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has launched a heated debate across the country, just the sort of thing the sardonic bard himself might have enjoyed.“I think Mark Twain would love this,” says Lynda Hall, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of English, Wilkinson

John Fowles Center 2011 Literary Forum

January 6, 2011 by | News

The John Fowles Center for Creative Writing promotes and advances the discipline of creative writing in all its aspects: fiction, poetry, drama, creative nonfiction and screenwriting. For fourteen years the center has invited international writers to Chapman as: Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka, Salman Rushdie, Maxine Hong Kingston among others. Below is a list of the

The Panther Newspaper Spring Kickoff, Feb. 16

January 4, 2011 by | News

The Panther Newspaper will kickoff Spring Semester with DJ music by Chapman Radio and a virtual scavenger hunt with the launch of a new website. Date: Wednesday, February 16Time:  12 PM Location: Atallah Piazza Contact: The Panther newspaperPhone: (714) 997-6870

Students Contribute to Dictionary of an Endangered Language

December 16, 2010 by | News

In early December, students of Dr. Pilar Valenzuela’s Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics class presented their work on the trilingual dictionary that Dr. Valenzuela is preparing as part of an NSF project to document a dying Amazonian language, Shiwilu. Students worked on Spanish and English versions and learned about linguistic diversity, differences in worldview and culture, and habitat. They also, improved their knowledge of

Faculty Fulbright scholar brings intercultural exchange to Chapman

December 15, 2010 by | News

Dr. Wenshan Jia with Dr. Binlan Huang, a Fulbright Faculty Scholar at Chapman University.  Representatives from Los Angeles-based Consulates General of the People’s Republic of China visited Chapman University last month, thanks to an invitation extended by Chapman University’s visiting Fulbright Faculty Scholar, Binlan Huang, Ph.D. In addition to her research work, Dr. Huang