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Spring 2012 Edition of Wilkinson Review Now Available

February 14, 2012 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences presents, the new Spring 2012 edition of the Wilkinson Review.  The Wilkinson Review Offers a glimpse of exciting work our faculty in the new Wilkinson College are doing, as well as highlighting Wilkinson alumni.  We thank all of those who contributed!  To access it online click here. 

Public Sociology Conference, March 16-17

January 12, 2012 by | Soc

Chapman University and Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences invites you to the Public Sociology Conference entitled, “Faceless Latino/a Immigrants: Pathways to Resistance” at Chapman University on March 16 and March 17 2012. The conference aims to encourage meaningful conversations and practices between scholars, policy makers and local Latino/a communities on undocumented immigrants in

“I’m Not A Feminist, But…” Dec. 5

November 28, 2011 by | Events

Women’s Studies and Chapman Feminists present, “I’m Not A Feminist, But…” on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011 at 7:30 – 9 p.m. in Argyrous Forum 209 A&B.;  This event will include a faculty panel, student film and discussion followed by a question and answer session. Refreshments and snacks will be served.

Exhibit: Sisterhood is Powerful

November 3, 2011 by | Events

One of Chapman’s art faculty, Micol Hebron is showcasing her work in the “Sisterhood is Powerful” exhibit in Jancar Gallery November 5th-December 10th.Hebron will be doing a walk through of her exhibition at Jancar for students from Cerritos College on November 18th at 1pm. Anyone is welcome to join.For more information check out these links:http://www.jancargallery.com/http://www.youtube.com/user/jancargalleryhttp://anotherrighteoustransfer.wordpress.com/

That Takes Ovaries: Bold Women and Their Brazen Acts, Nov. 15

November 2, 2011 by | Events

Women’s Studies and Chapman Feminists host: That Takes Ovaries: Bold Women & Their Brazen Acts. Sponsored by the Student Government Association, Peace Studies, Dean of Students, Housing and Residence Life, Sociology, & Wilkinson College “That Takes Ovaries”– Dramatic readings from the book “That Takes Ovaries” by Rivka Solomon (performed by Chapman Students) and an Open

2nd Annual International Human Rights Film Festival, Oct. 9

September 20, 2011 by | News

You are invited to the 2nd Annual International Human Rights Film Festival where award winning films of interest to men and women on Women’s Issues Around the World and short film reflections by three incredible guest speakers will be presented on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011, 12:30 – 6 p.m. This event is sponsored by the

Social Sciences Awards Ceremony, May 6

May 10, 2011 by | News

On Friday, May 6, 2011, the annual 2011 Ludie and David C. Henley Social Sciences Awards Ceremony for Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences took place Sandhu Conference Center. Below is a list of the student winners. On behalf of Wilkinson College, congratulations! Communication Studies: For academic achievement in Communication Studies: Kyle Aldridge, Allyson

A public teaching with Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Master Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche – The Four Noble Truths of the Enlightened: Tibetan Wisdom, Modern Stress and the Shapes of Suffering, Apr. 7

April 5, 2011 by | Events

It’s common misunderstanding in today’s world that the demands of work and the busyness of everyday life get in the way of pursuing peace of mind, serenity and a spiritual practice. On the contrary, work and everyday activities are an important way to practice mindfulness and to immediately put positive intention and diligence into practice

American Indian Technology with Paul Apodaca, Jan. 15

January 7, 2011 by | Soc

Paul Apodaca (Navajo/Mixton), Ph.D., will discuss the technological developments of American Indians across two continents as well as how the use of American Indian resources during the Industrial and Scientific Ages changed the world. Dr. Apodaca’s lecture will give insights into the development of the technologies, perspectives, and material culture that contributed to the Space