White (Weiße) Rose Exhibit Chapman University’s Department of World Languages and Cultures is proud to present the White Rose Exhibit, a chronicle of a non-violent student resistance movement against the Nazi regime, October 1 – October 30, 2013 on the first floor of Argyros Forum. In June of 1942 a group of German university
Dr. Pilar M. Valenzuela, Associate Professor in the Department of Languages, was an invited speaker at the ”IV International Conference of Linguistic and Literary Studies in the Amazon.” The event took place at the Federal University of Pará, in the city of Belem, April 23-26. Dr. Valenzuela’s presentation focused on the challenges
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Languages would like to invite you to a free screening of Zaky Chan (and Arabic movie with English subtitles) on Thursday, Sept.27 in DeMille Hall, room 101, 7 p.m. This comedy/romance features Zaky, a lazy young man who decides to work for his
The students of French 360, an upper level French course, presented a performance in French, the work of a semester, on Monday dec. 6th, in Beckman 404, in front of a very nice and enthusiastic crowd of currently enrolled students in French classes and high schoolers. The play was written by the students, who also
On Thursday, Nov. 25, while Americans were celebrating Thanksgiving, the Indigenous Peoples in the Peruvian Amazon were commemorating the 58th anniversary of the implementation of Bilingual Schools in their communities. Their keynote speaker was Pilar Valenzuela, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Languages at Chapman University, who delivered the talk titled “The Languages of the
Assistant Professor of Italian Studies Angela Tumini has recently returned from a conference in Prague where she presented a paper title, “I Would Die For You: Love, Suicide and Redemption in the Cinema of Fellini, Dreyer and von Trier.
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!