One hundred years ago, the excavation of King Tut’s tomb famously brought us a mummy with a “pharaoh’s curse.” Our fascination with mummies goes back much farther, however. USC Dornsife scholars explain why we’re still so wrapped up in these eerie remains.


Joseph Medicine Crow, the last war chief of the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation, World War II hero, recipient of a Presidential Medal of Freedom, renowned Native American historian and USC Dornsife alumnus devoted his life to overcoming intolerance.