James Chapman

James or Jim Chapman may refer to:

  • James Chapman (explorer) (1831–1872), South African explorer, hunter, trader and photographer
  • James Chapman (author) (born 1955), American novelist
  • James Chapman (media historian) (born 1968), British media historian
  • James Chapman (bishop) (died 1879), Anglican Bishop of Colombo
  • James Chapman (cricketer) (born 1986), English cricketer
  • James Chapman (rower) (born 1979), Australian rower
  • Jim Chapman (born 1945), American businessman and politician
    • Jim Chapman Lake, a lake in Texas named after the politician
  • Jim Chapman (footballer) (born 1965), Scottish (association) football player and manager
  • Jim Chapman (Canadian) (born 1949), Canadian radio and TV personality, musician, journalist and author
  • Jim Chapman (Resident Evil), fictional character
  • James A. Chapman (1881–1966), Oklahoma oil magnate and philanthropist
  • J. A. Chapman (1821–1885), three-term mayor of Portland, Oregon

Other articles related to "james chapman, chapman":

James Chapman (explorer)
... James Chapman (27 December 1831 Cape Town - 4 February 1872 Kimberley, was a South African explorer, hunter, trader and photographer ... A son of James Chapman and Elizabeth Greeff of Malmesbury and brother to Henry Samuel Chapman, he was educated in Cape Town and left for Durban when 14 ... Chapman kept diaries throughout his journeys, but his Travels in the Interior of South Africa appeared only in 1868, shortly before his death ...
Celebrity Worship Syndrome
... (CWS) first appeared in an article 'Do you worship the celebs?' by James Chapman in the Daily Mail in 2003 (Chapman, 2003) ... James Chapman was basing his article on the journal paper Maltby et al ... James Chapman refers to CWS, but in fact this is a misunderstanding of a term used in the academic article to which he refers (Maltby et al ...

Famous quotes containing the words chapman and/or james:

    I know an Englishman,
    Being flattered, is a lamb; threatened, a lion.
    —George Chapman c. 1559–1634, British dramatist, poet, translator. repr. In Plays and Poems of George Chapman: The Tragedies, ed. Thomas Marc Parrott (1910)

    A custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs, and in the black, stinking fume thereof nearest resembling the horrible Stygian smoke of the pit that is bottomless.
    James I of England, James VI of Scotland (1566–1625)