Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winning collection New Hampshire celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and scholars say we may be remembering the poet all wrong.
USC scholars uncover why horror attracts millions of devoted fans — and reveal which frightening films scared them most.
For some people, the decision over how to dispose of their body represents one last adventure – and one last consumer choice, a USC Dornsife scholar explains.
Scholars examine the origins of our ideas about witches and why witchcraft seems to be having a revival.
Pope Francis’ Synod on Synodality is attempting to move the church toward a more dialogue-based model of authority, a scholar of Catholicism explains.
The haunting genre provides more than just thrills; it’s also a way for us to explore our perception of reality, says a USC Dornsife English professor.
A celebrated poet and Nobel laureate, Louise Glück wrote about mortality, broken families and human frailty with devastating wryness and quiet beauty.
Many L.A. points of interest are hitting their centenary this year. Historian Phil Ethington explains how the 1920’s shaped today’s City of Angels.
Through a Maymester course, undergrads visit religious sites across India, observing how traditions around death help form the way citizens view themselves and their place in the world.