USC Dornsife Magazine

Life in LA

USC Dornsife Magazine

Print this page

USC Dornsife Magazine, Fall 2012/Winter 2013

 
SPECIAL ISSUE: MEMORY

 

Cover Story: Memory is our brain’s library, the key to our consciousness and identity. Its loss may be triggered by obesity, head injury, even traffic pollution. Can fasting help?

By Pamela J. Johnson   Full Story

 

More Features:

 

 

 

Postcards From Memory Lane

Five USC Dornsife authors from various disciplines ponder the connection between creativity and memory. by Dan Knapp

 

 

Understanding the Universal

The USC Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education offers a perspective on genocides that have occurred throughout the world. by Alina Tugend

 

 

Shadows & Symbols

For Macarena Gómez-Barris, memories weave a complex chronicle of culture and power in South America. by Michelle Salzman

 

 

Still Life

Judith Anne Still ’64 has devoted herself to rescuing her composer father’s forgotten legacy. by Susan Bell

 

Profile: Dean Steve Kay

 

 

Fostering Intellectual Courage

Meet Steve Kay, the 21st dean of USC Dornsife, and learn more about his aspirations for our scholarly community. by Emily Cavalcanti

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

USC Dornsife Magazine
c/o Letitia Franklin
Citigroup Center 8206, 41st Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90089-8206
magazine@dornsife.usc.edu

 

 

View the magazine online

Download the PDF

Magazine archive

 
 

 

 

Message From the Dean

 

Download the USC Dornsife Magazine iPad App

 

New In This Issue

Read about the debut of augmented reality in the Fall 2012/Winter 2013 issue!

 

For more USC Dornsife news and stories, visit dornsife.usc.edu/news.

 

USC Dornsife Magazine Staff

Executive Director
Emily Cavalcanti

Senior Editor
Pamela J. Johnson

Director of Production
Daniel Knapp

Graphic Designer
Letty Avila

Design Consultants
Pentagram Design

Web Editor & Writer
Laura Paisley

Senior Video Producer
Mira Zimet

Media/Social Media Specialist & Writer
Michelle Salzman

Staff Writer
Susan Bell

Coordinator
Letitia Franklin