The relationship between modernist authors H.D. and Bryher spanned two world wars, four decades and even a few marriages (to other people).
Two chemistry students with deep interest in sustainability are among 13 USC scholars to receive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships in 2021. [5 min read]
The recent decision by America’s highest court to retain employment discrimination protections for the LGBTQ community is consistent with a historic pattern of defying expectations. [6¼ min read]
As we celebrate Pride Month, USC Dornsife faculty give their top choices of books and essays written by or featuring members of the LGBTQ community. [5¼ min read]
A young mental health professional’s decision to condemn conversion therapy more than 40 years ago marked a turning point for social and political change for LGBTQ rights. [5 ½ min read]
Serving Congregation Kol Ami in West Hollywood, Calif., Denise Eger uses her rabbinate as a platform for social activism, advocating for the LGBT community and other groups.
The academic and creative interests that Alpha Mulugeta ’06 explored during his time at USC allowed him to seize professional opportunities wherever they were presented. Mulugeta appeared on the fifth season of RuPaul’s “Drag Race” and is an in-demand cabaret performer.
Through a new gender studies course at USC Dornsife, Joseph Hawkins will ask students to conduct original research using materials from the largest LGBT archive in the world.