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MA in War and Society


Graduate Careers In Focus: Alumnus Gregory Falcon Applies Historian Training at Plethora Businesses

March 18, 2022 by | News

Gregory Falcon’s historical training is serving him well in his role as a research analyst at Plethora Businesses, an investment banking firm in Orange, C.A., where he is responsible for analyzing economic trends across various industry sectors. Making use of his manuscript research skills, he assembles reports, lists, and other various writings to help business

War, the Presidency, and the American Public

October 25, 2021 by | News

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences recently hosted historian and former reporter for The Washington Post, Michael Dobbs, who spoke on “War, the Presidency, and the American Public – From FDR to George W. Bush.” Dobbs is the author of seven books (including his New York Times Bestseller, One Minute to Midnight about

A Conversation About the Human Costs of War The Psychological and Emotional Impact of Going to War and Coming Home

October 30, 2019 by Sarah Markowitz | News

A veteran, a historian, and a therapist visited Chapman’s campus…and engaged in an enlightening, pertinent, and productive conversation about the human costs of war. Moderated by Dr. Gregory Daddis, the director of Chapman’s MA in War and Society program, Afghanistan War veteran Josue Barron, Dr. David Kieran, and Dr. Naveen Jonathan discussed the psychological and

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