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Languages Professor, Pilar Valenzuela, Presents New Book

November 1, 2011 by | Lang

Dr. Pilar Valenzuela (Associate Professor in the Department of Languages) recently participated in the presentation of the book Estudios sobre lenguas andinas y amazónicas. Homenaje a Rodolfo Cerrón-Palomino, which she co-edited with colleagues from Leiden University and the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. The book, which contains 21 articles dealing with various topics on Andean

Tabula Poetica Presents, Tony Barnstone, Oct. 4

September 19, 2011 by | Events

Chapman University, Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of English would like to invite you to the 2011 Tabula Poetica series continuing Tuesday, October 4 with Tony Barnstone.  Tony Barnstone is The Albert Upton Professor of English at Whittier College and the author of twelve books. His books of poetry include Tongue of War:

History Does It Again!

August 30, 2011 by | History

The History Department is pleased to announce that Alpha Mu Gamma, Chapman University’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honors Society, has won the best chapter award in Division 2 (programs without graduate studies) for the fourth year in row. This honor recognizes the outstanding achievements of the student-led organization including an oral

Prof. Meyer, colleagues press on in study of Gospel of Judas

July 28, 2011 by | Uncategorized

Gathered in Germany this summer to work on the Coptic text of Codex Tchacos were (l-r) Drs. Uwe-Karsten Plisch, Marvin Meyer,  Gregor Wurst, and Hans-Gebhard Bethge Marvin Meyer, Ph.D., Griset Professor of Religious Studies, Wilkinson College, just returned from Germany, where he worked with colleagues Dr. Hans-Gebhard Bethge, Dr. Uwe-Karsten Plisch, and Dr. Gregor Wurst  on the Coptic text

Dr. Marilyn Harran featured in Old Towne Orange Plaza Review, July/August 2011

July 22, 2011 by | History

Chapman’s Stern Chair in Holocaust Education and founding Director of the University’s Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education was recently featured in the Old Towne Orange Plaza Review. The article, “Building Character at Chapman University” discusses Dr. Harran’s involvement with Holocaust Education and what sparked her interest early on in her career. Article can be read

STUDENT NEWS: MFA student’s poem published

May 23, 2011 by | Uncategorized

MFA student Calvin Pennix (’11) recently learned that his poems, “Lost in the Cycle in the Cycle” and “I Leave You with a Blemish” will be appearing in the June 2011 issue of UCITY Review, which will be both online and print. His two other poems, “Exalted in Beginnings” and “Ruptures with Spontaneity,” will be

Students receive highest honors at the 2011 Campus Leadership Awards

May 18, 2011 by | Student Awards/Scholarships

Mark Johnston (’11) and Liz Ficken (’11) were awarded with two of the university’s most prestigious student leadership awards. Johnston won the Cheverton Award, the highest honor for a student. In addition to academic accomplishments, awardees must demonstrate a “high moral character” and “represent the spirit of Chapman University.” Ficken won the Gloria and Julian

Poetry Week at Chapman University, Apr. 4-7

March 8, 2011 by | News

Monday, April 4: Poetry Reading on Chapmanradio.com, 1-2 p.m.  Undergraduate students in poetry writing will read work in this special broadcast. Erri De Luca, 7-8:30 p.m., Henley Reading Room. Poet and prose writer Erri De Luca will read as part of the Fowles Reading Series. Tuesday, April 5: The Victorians’ Secret, 1-2:15 p.m., Fish Interfaith Center. Join Dr. Richard Ruppel,

FACULTY NEWS: 2011 CCCC Braddock Award awarded to Anne-Marie Pedersen

January 18, 2011 by | Uncategorized

Anne-Marie Pedersen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English, recently won a prestigious award from the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the 2011 CCCC Braddock Award for your article, “Negotiating Cultural Identities Through Language: Academic English in Jordan” which appeared in the December 2010 issue of College Composition and Communication. The Braddock award for this year will

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