Category - Humanities & Society

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
Professor Ian Barnard in front of the Stonewall Inn
50 Years After the Stonewall Riots Chapman professors reflect on Stonewall’s place in the history of LGBTQIA+ activism.
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What’s in a Name? For Amazonian Tribes, There’s a Connection to Culture and Identity A Chapman professor's research helps officials in Peru embrace the use of native names.
Alexa Dectis (JD '19) at Fowler School of Law's Kennedy Hall.
Former Child Actor Plans to Use Her Law Degree to Help Protect Others ‘All I want to do is work. It's really what I live for.’
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The Mantle of Memory As the Holocaust Art & Writing Contest turns 20, young scholars embrace the critical role of bearing witness for the survivors.
Connecting Music and Japanese-American History with Kishi Bashi The Kishi Bashi String Quartet and Master Class will shed light on a dark chapter of U.S. history.
Tattooed Renewal Mastering the art of cosmetic restoration, Kimberly Armstrong (M.A. ’98) transforms lives – including her own.
‘Visions of Chapman’
Worries About Corrupt Leaders, Water Pollution Top List in Chapman Survey of American Fears

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