The two USC Dornsife faculty members are recognized by USC President C. L. Max Nikias for outstanding leadership in their fields.
The professor of history and accounting and USC President C. L. Max Nikias present book to prime minister of Greece.
As a fellow of the USC Society of Fellows in the Humanities, postdoctoral scholar Asheesh Siddique is tracing the British Empire’s history through its documents.
The USC Global Leadership Summit featured some of the world’s foremost authorities on economics deliberating government financial accountability in the wake of the Greek debt crisis.
The first annual Linda and Harlan Martens Economic History Forum examines the state finance and political accountability of 18th-century Britain to reveal insights on current economic issues.
Jacob Soll of history and accounting travels to Southern Europe to meet with officials and share his research on the relationship between history and modern economic crises.
Jacob Soll’s new book shows that financial accountability plays a leading role in the rise and fall of nations.
Count Him In
USC Dornsife’s Department of History welcomes professor Jacob Soll and assistant professor Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, who are looking at the days of old in new ways.