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The exhibition (re-): un-historical documents curated by Los Angeles artist Ellina Kevorkian, opens Monday, October 18, in Chapman University’s Guggenheim Gallery.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
Wenshan Jia, Ph.D., associate professor, Department of Communications Studies, Wilkinson, has been invited to join the Editorial Advisory board of the Asian Journal of Communication. Launched in 1990, AJC is jointly run by the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the Asian Media Information and Communication
Pilar Valenzuela, Ph.D., associate professor of Spanish, Department of Languages, has recently published an article called, “Ethnic-racial reclassification and language revitalization among the Shiwilu from Peruvian Amazonia.” Read Article!
Human beings have a mental life of sensation, thought, purpose, desire, and belief. Although these mental states in part cause, and are caused by brain states, they are distinct from them. Richard Swinburne argues that we can only make sense of this interaction by supposing that mental states are states of a soul, a mental
Time flies when you’re enjoying poetry. Tabula Poetica is already well into its fall poetry series at Chapman University and will welcome its third visiting poet Tuesday, Oct. 12. Read More!
Don’t make dinner on Monday, Oct. 11. That’s the day of “Paul’s 2nd Annual Piazza Pasta Party,” and everyone’s invited to this old-fashioned Italian Columbus Day celebration in Attallah Piazza. Italian Read More!