South African freedom fighter Eddie Daniels recounts life under apartheid. Eddie Daniels, South African freedom fighter and prison mate of Nelson Mandela, visited Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences on Thursday, Oct. 21, and gave a very interesting luncheon talk about his experiences at a luncheon gathering sponsored by The Department of Peace Studies.
The Visual Arts Speaker Series continues with artist Kirsten Everberg, Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010 at Chapman University, Moulton Hall 212, 7 p.m. One of the defining characteristics of Kirsten Everberg’s approach to painting is her ability to harmoniously combine image and process, deftly creating a tension between the subject of a painting and the abstract
India to Anguilla: A firsthand account to the effect of natural disasters and climate change on vulnerable peoples. Come hear Assistant Professor of Sociology Lynn Horton and fellow classmate Akio Lloyd talk about their summer research and travels. The Tea and Sociology event is a way of creating a community of intellectuals consisting of faculty and
The archetypal figure of the femme fatale as a literary construct is a masculine creation. This lecture will explore the development of the femme fatale from her literary inception in France about 1840 through to her development in American literature which ends about 1920, a period that produced an unprecedented number of manifestations of her
Come hear an interactive presentation on Concern America, an international development and refugee aid organization based in Santa Ana. Catharine Quinn BSN, RNC, MPH, the organizations Coordinator of Field Operations and a long time Public Health Nurse, will talk about the work of the organization, share a short video, and discuss ways to get involved.
Col. Gail Halvorsen, “Berlin Candy Bomber” Col. Gail Halvorsen, the world-famous “Berlin Candy Bomber,” will be speaking with Sergeant Earl Albers from the 1948 siege in Germany and the events leading up to it. Col. Halvorsen has been honored twice in the White House for his heroic post WWII flights, bringing food and rations
The exhibition (re-): un-historical documents curated by Los Angeles artist Ellina Kevorkian, opens Monday, October 18, in Chapman University’s Guggenheim Gallery. The exhibition looks at six contemporary artists who engage history in multiple ways in the re-consideration of iconic images from art history. These artists do not appropriate images because they are easily identifiable, but
Chapman professors meet nobility at Armageddon. Click here to read more! Touring Megiddo together were (l-r) Julye Bidmead, Ph.D., Lady and Lord Allenby, and Marvin Meyer, Ph.D
Join the Chapman French Club tonight in Argyros Forum 202 at 7 p.m. for a free viewing of La Grande Illusion, a film by Jean Renoir. Snacks and extra credit included! Student French Club Page!
Oct. 13, 2010, 7 p.m., Wallace All Faiths Chapel Whether or not Jesus rose bodily from the dead remains perhaps the most critical and contentious issue in Christianity. Richard Swinburne considers the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus and concludes that the evidence makes it probable that God raised Jesus from the dead. Richard Swinburne