News Archive for 2016


April 29, 2016
Patricia L. Andujo, Ph.D., director of the Ethnic Studies Program and an associate professor in the Department of English at Azusa Pacific University discusses Harriet Tubman's selection as the new face of the $20 bill.
April 29, 2016
Learn more about Bentz's recent professional activity.
April 29, 2016
Learn more about Bentz's recent publication.
April 13, 2016 by Logan Cain '18
While best known for his work, most are not familiar with Charles Darwin as a human being. CREV hosts playwright Murray Watts' acclaimed one-man production *Mr. Darwin’s Tree* on Tuesday, April 28 in the Black Box Theater.
April 11, 2016

Author Ryan Gattis will be on campus to read from his novel, All Involved, a powerful look at the 1992 King Riots and what they tell us about power and pain from perspective of those most impacted by the violence. The novel is published by HarperCollins and features blurbs from Dennis...

April 1, 2016
Learn more about Allbaugh's recent professional activity.
April 1, 2016
Learn more about Allbaugh's recent presentation.
March 18, 2016

Joseph Bentz has published Nothing Is Wasted: How God Redeems What is Broken (Beacon Hill Press 2016). In a world that can feel overwhelming, it is easy to see loss as the overriding theme of our existence. From the stress of finances to the pain of aging, we see decay all...

February 19, 2016
Joseph Bentz talks about the legacy of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee who died on February 19, 2016.
February 15, 2016 by APU Life
Mark Eaton, Ph.D., professor in the Department of English and director of the Center for Research on Ethics and Values, taught a course at the Huntington entitled *Frontiers of American Fiction: Rediscovering 19th-century American Novels*
January 25, 2016
APU's Pew College Society will offer a GRE training session on Wednesday, February 10. Register today to attend.
January 25, 2016
Renaissance plays, including tragedies, traditionally ended in a jig, a mixed form combining dance, music, and dramatic dialogue. On January 28, 2016, Matthew Smith gave a lecture on Shakespeare and the jig tradition, with an emphasis on Romeo and Juliet. The lecture was followed by a demonstration-performance by the Early Broadside...
January 22, 2016

Emily Griesinger has won the Lionel Basney Award for Best Essay published in Volume 64 of Christianity & Literature for her article “Religious Belief in a Secular Age: Literary Modernism and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway," Christianity & Literature 64.4 (September 2015): 438-464. The award was presented at a luncheon for the Conference on Christianity...