Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Relations Peter A. Berton, who in the early 1960s established the Asia Pacific area studies program at USC Dornsife, has died. He was 91.
Berton developed the Asian studies… more>
As climate change melts the polar ice caps, threatening wildlife, disrupting the food chain and affecting indigenous cultures, it has also created economic opportunities by opening up new shipping routes and accelerated the… more>
There’s no learning experience quite like getting out of the classroom — especially when the focus is on global politics. For Robert English, incoming director of USC Dornsife’s School of International… more>
For the past few months, 13 students in USC Dornsife’s Japan Immersion Program have collected 300 American studies books from schools across campus.
The students carried the books on a plane for Japan for their two-week… more>
In 2002, when America Ferrera was a freshman studying international relations in USC Dornsife, she was torn between two possible career paths.
At the time she had just appeared in two feature films: Real Women Have Curves and… more>