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.
From humanities to high tech: how liberal arts majors are flourishing in unexpected fields.
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.
New USC Dornsife faculty who study and teach courses on mosquitos, legal philosophy, microbial fungi and more share their work and interests.
Hailing from Zimbabwe, Admire Mseba focuses on sub-Saharan Africa’s history and helps students see parallels between U.S. and African civil rights efforts.
Scholar hopes to answer a question many Americans with immigrant roots fear to ask: How do I pass down a language and culture I only half know?Scholar hopes to answer a question many Americans with immigrant roots fear to ask: How do I pass down a language and culture I only half know?
The emeritus professor, named by the French government a Knight in the Order of Academic Palms in 2014, is recognized for distinguished research achievements.
USC Dornsife English professor MG Lord, author of the book Forever Barbie, explains why we can’t get enough of the iconic doll.
USC scholars are using virtual reality and augmented reality technologies to bring historical objects and locations to life.