Women’s Studies and Chapman Feminists present, “I’m Not A Feminist, But…” on Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010 at 7:30 – 9 p.m. in Irvine Lecture Hall (SC 150). This is a faculty panel, student film and there will be a discussion after. Refreshments and snacks will be served.
Chapman University Visual Arts Speaker Series Presents, Michelle Dizon and Camilo Ontiveros. Dizon is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. Her work focuses on questions of postcoloniality, globalization, migration, social movements, human rights, and historical memory. Integrating essayistic documentary practices with the projected image installation, Dizon arrives at a form in dialogue with the legacies of
We are finally on Facebook! Check it out and be sure to pass the news along to all your friends!
‘Kung Fu Dunk’ to be screened at film festival. A love story, a basketball tale and a blockbuster. It’s all part of the Taiwan Film Festival running at Chapman University Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20, in Argyros Forum 208. The festival is hosted by Chapman’s Center for Global Education, Wilkinson College of Humanities and
The students of French 360 invite you to Les Poissons, a performance in French with an original script, amazing costumes, and computer animated videos. The play is accessible to all public, even if you’re not francophone! Please come and see imagination and creativity in action. Beckman 404, 8 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6, 2010
On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2010, Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences and The Department of Sociology present, Tea & Sociology: The Challenges of Documentary Film through a Personal Lense: The Politics of Representation with Women’s Studies Instructor Clara K. Magliola (pictured left) & Josefine Borrmann, Ethnographic Documentary Major. This event is open to the public
Associate Professor of Sociology Lynn Horton traveled and presented at Latin American Studies Association International Conference. Professor of Sociology Roberta Lessor was nominated for the Vice-President Elect Pacific Sociological Association 2011 – 2012. Assistant Professor of Sociology Stephanie Takaragawa is the Program editor for American Anthropology Association’s Society of Visual Anthropology.
Danish writer and extraordinary woman, Karen Blixen (to be played by Dr. Angela Tumini) is the author of Babette’s Feast and Out of Africa, both adapted into highly acclaimed, Academy Award-winning motion pictures. Blixen remains a complex figure in the writing and history of colonial Africa. WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010TIME: 7 p.m.LOCATION: Wallace All Faiths Chapel
Dr. Veronique Olivier, Assistant Professor of French, recently published an article for The French Review (Dec. 2010, Volume 84.2) titled, “Teaching French via Text Messages: Using the Phone in the Classroom … for Once!” This January, Dr. Veronique Olivier will be taking ten of her advanced students to Paris for a January Interterm course. Students will be posting
In March 2010, Sigma Tau Delta hosted a Women’s in Literature lecture series to celebrate women’s history month at Chapman University. Michelle Arch, Chapman Alum and Faculty Advisor for Alpha Zeta Iota Chapter, wrote an article on the event titled, “A Chapter Sponsors a Lecture Series: Women in Literature,” which was recently published in the 2010 Sigma Tau Delta annual newsletter (page