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Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund

June 14, 2021 by Allison DeVries | Art

Congratulations to the seven Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund award recipients from Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences! The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many faculty members’ ability to sustain their creative and scholarly activity. The Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund aims to stimulate scholarly and creative activity among those faculty members who have experienced substantial

2021 Wilkinson Student Excellence Award Winners

May 14, 2021 by | News

The past couple of weeks, high-achieving Wilkinson students were recognized with honors in a series of events that constituted this year’s annual Wilkinson College award ceremonies and campus leadership awards. Congratulations to all the winners! Kugelman Awards Dulcie and Lawrence Kugelman have been supporting the Annual Kugelman Arts and Humanities Awards Ceremony for well over

Global Conflict Awareness Conference

April 22, 2021 by Emily Lam and Sophia Morrissette | News

On Friday, April 9th, Peace Studies seniors Emily Lam ‘21 and Sophia Morrissette ‘21 co-ran the first ever student-led Global Conflict Awareness Conference. The conference featured a full-day virtual experience with over 20 student presenters, six contributing faculty members, and three international activists, representing the conflicts of over 50 countries. How do two seniors end

Regimes Museum Journal Publishes Student Thesis

February 19, 2021 by | News

When Shreya Sheth (Peace Studies; Honors Program, ’21) found out that Regimes Museum (RM) Journal had published her undergraduate thesis, she knew immediately who to thank. “I remember feeling incredibly excited to share the news with my family, friends, and Wilkinson professors because they had supported me from the brainstorming process all the way to

Students Show Professors Their Gratitude

December 15, 2020 by | News

If you are a student and have ever wondered if sending your teacher an end of the semester email or note showing them your thanks and appreciation is worth it … it definitely is! In the spirit of giving, students staged a surprise Zoom “thank you bomb” for Peace Studies Professor Dr. Jim Brown the

Working for Racial Justice and Human Rights Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race

November 17, 2020 by Dr. Ahmed Younis | News

On the eve of the 2020 US Presidential Election, Dr. Lisa Leitz, Professor and Director of Peace Studies hosted a well-attended discussion with Peace Studies faculty as part of Wilkinson’s Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race. Leitz was joined by Chapman Presidential Fellow Prexy Nesbitt, Associate Professor Claudia Fuentes-Julio, and

Chapman Student Combines Research, Activism to Combat Racism in Local Schools With faculty mentorship, Marisa Quezada ’22 informs activism with data.

September 8, 2020 by | News

Marisa Quezada ’22 was scrolling through her Instagram feed when a post about racism in her community’s schools caught her eye. It was a survey asking community members to share their stories about racism on Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) campuses. Quezada, who grew up in the district, didn’t think twice before submitting her own

Wilkinson College Rises to the Occasion Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race

August 28, 2020 by | News

  Wilkinson College is committed to leading the conversation on campus and in our community on issues of humanity, unity, and justice with the new series, Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race. The initiative demonstrates the vital importance of the arts, humanities and social sciences to building a better, more

Faculty Books: Dr. Ian Barnard Doesn’t Mind Pushing Buttons Sex Panic Rhetorics, Queer Interventions

June 25, 2020 by Samantha De La O | News

Sex panic. This is the phrase that Dr. Ian Barnard (English/LGBTQ Studies) uses to describe how contemporary liberal culture unintentionally uses sex panics to reinforce transphobic and homophobic tropes. In their new book, Sex Panic Rhetorics, Queer Interventions, Barnard illuminates the ways that the public, media, and politicians produce, construct, and disseminate sex panics. “The

Angelica Allen Brings a Global Understanding to New Africana Studies Minor Professor envisions a program that captures "blackness in all of its complexity and diversity."

June 19, 2020 by Dennis Arp | News

Where Angelica Allen lived, no one else looked like her. As the daughter of a black U.S. military father and a Filipina mother, Allen spent much of her early childhood feeling the scorn of her classmates and neighbors in her outlying island community. “There was a lot of bullying, and also a lot of assumptions,”

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