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Engaging the World: Environmental Justice in the OC 

September 21, 2021 by Amy Asmussen | News

Recently, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences invited PJ Flores, Keila Villegas, and Kayla Asato of Orange County Environmental Justice (OCEJ) to discuss local environmental injustices in the latest Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice (ETW) event, “Bringing the Fight for Environmental Justice to Orange County.” OCEJ is a non-profit

A Celebration of History Student Research 

September 21, 2021 by | News

The award winning, student-run e-journal, Voces Novae: A Chapman University Historical Review is celebrating its thirteenth anniversary this year with topics ranging from how Christianity shaped England in World War I to Native Hawaiian and Japanese American Discourse over Hawaiian Statehood. Out of twelve papers submitted, five were published by the Alpha Mu Gamma Chapter

The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education Presents New Perspectives on the Holocaust Series of Lectures and Events for 2021-22

September 14, 2021 by Dr. Marilyn J. Harran | News

After a year of virtual events absent the excitement that comes from sharing in-person programs, the Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education resumes on-campus events this fall. As we have seen so often over the last year, bringing awareness and knowledge of the Holocaust to our students and to the broader community is more crucial than

As the World Reflects on 20th Anniversary of 9/11, Professor Urges Americans to ‘Remember Those Who Fought’

September 10, 2021 by Professor Kyle Longley, Ph.D. | News

After nearly two decades, America recently ended its war in Afghanistan, our nation’s longest conflict. A generation of Americans born after 9/11 has never experienced a time when the United States was not at war. This includes those who fought. As I complete my book “The Forever Soldiers: Americans at War in Afghanistan and Iraq,”

Graduate Research: Aztlán Potentialities: Queer Male Chicanx Affect and Temporalities

September 7, 2021 by | News

Ethan Trejo (he/him/his) MA English ‘21 @jotoprof on Instagram Originally from Downey, CA, Ethan received his BA in English and Political Science from Whittier College. His scholarship is focused primarily on the fields of Queer and Gender Studies and Latina/o/x Studies. His major interests lie in Queer Theory, Affect Theory, AIDS Literature, and Contemporary Queer

‘I Didn’t Know that …’ Considering the painful history of race and social justice, there is no end of ways for students to finish such a sentence of discovery.

September 1, 2021 by | News

Nurturing conversations that fill in voids and challenge us as Americans was the driving goal behind “Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race.” The semester-long initiative in Chapman’s Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences included a virtual film series, guest speakers, memorial observances, an art exhibition, panel discussions and

From Our Eyes: My Chapman Research Experience

August 30, 2021 by | News

I’m Elizabeth La Scalza, a recent Chapman alumna and Sociology major. I wanted to share my experience being an undergraduate research assistant during my time at Chapman. I’ve always had an interest in the social sciences, activism, and policymaking, I minored in Political Science and Environmental Studies, and this gave me the opportunity to fulfill

National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and Education (NCITE) Studying how family members respond to loved ones identifying with white supremacist extremism

August 30, 2021 by Marisa Quezada | News

Law enforcement, policymakers, and the public widely regard domestic terrorism and white supremacist extremism (WSE), in particular, as a growing threat with global connections and substantial digital infrastructure.  In 2020, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded the University of Nebraska Omaha a 10-year, $36 million grant to launch the National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and

Multimillion-Dollar Gifts Create Opportunities for Chapman Faculty and Students to Study U.S. Presidents’ History, Impact

August 26, 2021 by | News

Multimillion-dollar donations from Emeritus Chairman of the Board Doy B. Henley and James H. and Esther M. Cavanaugh have established a pair of endowed chairs in presidential studies at Chapman University, ensuring the university’s strong commitment to the study and teaching of the U.S. presidency, its history, influence and global impact. The gifts will advance

Wilkinson Honors Key Faculty Upon Their Retirement 

August 24, 2021 by | News

Four long-time Chapman University faculty in Wilkinson College announced their retirement last spring and the  Voice of Wilkinson would like to celebrate and recognize these individuals for their dedication, hard work, and commitment to Wilkinson College, the heart and soul of Chapman University. Thank you and good luck in your next chapter! Dr. Paul Apodaca

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