Category - Humanities & Society

Chris Bader smiles in front of his bookshelf
Shifting Systems of Faith Fuel a Rise in Paranormal Belief Cultural curiosities such as UFOs, ghosts and Bigfoot are no longer on the fringe, Professor Chris Bader says.
Holocaust survivor Peter Feigl meets, from left, Thomas Gnacke and Dane Kassube at Chapman University. Gnacke and Kassube took first-place in National History Day’s Junior Group Documentary Category. The students interviewed Feigl by Skype, but this was their first face-to-face meeting.
Rodgers Center Brings Students and Holocaust Survivor together Middle school documentary makers get to meet their film subject in person for the first time.
Matt Parlow chats with Neil Gorsuch.
Fowler Law Dean Matt Parlow Leads a Discussion With Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch at the Nixon Library
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WordTheatre Returns Monday, Oct. 7, With Author Bobbie Ann Mason Free event will feature Actors Tess Harper and Cassidy Freeman Reading Mason's Stories.
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Chapman Presidential Fellow Carolyn Forché on National Book Awards Longlist for Nonfiction
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John Fowles Center for Creative Writing to Host Italian Authors on Campus
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Restored Film and Author Lecture to Open Rodgers Center Fall Series
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At Thompson Policy Institute, Special Needs Become Distinct Possibilities Inclusive strategies help all kinds of learners, including those with autism.
Champion Of Change High school counselor Beau Menchaca (M.A. ’02) leads a transformation of culture, multiplying the number of students who attend college.
Artwork by Janire Najera of the border.
Chapman’s “La Frontera – The Border” Project Crosses Disciplines, Expands Minds
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NPR’s ‘Here and Now’ Interviews Chapman Professor Pete Simi on His Research Into Racist Hate
Different guns and revolvers on shelves store weapons on shop center.
An Economist’s Research Into Taxes, Guns and Suicide Leads to Unexpected Results