During a recent Problems Without Passports (PWP) course, eight international relations undergraduates saw firsthand a parliamentary democracy at work when an environmental demonstration meant to save Gezi Park in Istanbul,… more>
Lynn Swartz Dodd and her students had heard rumblings of a 10th-century cemetery deep in the brush in the Hatay region of Turkey near Antakya, the ancient city of Antioch.
But no one had ever translated the inscribed… more>
When Sarah Hawley took her first archaeology course in USC College, she did not know it would be a watershed experience.
Entering USC to study theatre the year before, she was immediately hooked and switched her… more>
Summer: time for most undergraduates to look for a part-time job or internship, or maybe just sleep in and get a tan. But if you happen to be a USC College archaeology student, your summer plans are a bit less… more>