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Graduate Studies


Empowering Underserved Children in Cairo

September 22, 2021 by David Krausman | News

Azza Mahmoud (MA International Studies) recently completed an internship with the Janat al-Kholoud Charitable organization based out of Cairo, Egypt. The Voice of Wilkinson sat down with Mahmoud to discuss her internship experience. Voice of Wilkinson: Tell us about the Janat al-Kholoud. How did you first hear about this organization? What drew you to the

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

War and Society Represents Chapman at Regional Conference

October 1, 2018 by | News

Second-year War and Society graduate student Gianni Barbera (pictured, far left) recently represented Chapman University at the Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference. The conference was held at the University of Colorado Boulder and brought in top scholars and graduate students from across the nation. Gianni served on a panel titled “Leveraging Identity and Fighting to Belong”

Ashley Liberio is heading to Eastern Europe

June 18, 2012 by | News

Wilkinson staff member and graduate student Ashley Liberio will be heading to Eastern Europe this week to participate in an MBA travel course put on by Dr. Jim Coyle of the MAIS program.  The course will last three weeks and will take her to Tbilisi, Georgia and Baku, Azerbaijan where she will study the geopolitics

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