The 2,000-year-old remains of a former slave, the head still adorned with strands of hair, are discovered alongside several urns of human ashes. [4½ min read]
USC Dornsife’s Sabina Zonno and Lynn Dodd receive a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to develop an immersive experience around a Renaissance-era manuscript. [4¾ min read]
As an antidote to our technology-obsessed world, USC Dornsife offers a Maymester course that allows students to appreciate the age-old skills that form the basis of civilization.
Beneath our very feet — and below the vast oceans — the past lies preserved, waiting for its dormant wisdom to be unearthed once again. As USC Dornsife researchers explore ancient fossils and artifacts, they look to this immortalized record of what once was to understand the future and how we can act to ensure we remain a part of it.
At USC Dornsife, we view stars differently. Join us as we explore the constellation of meanings these celestial bodies have in literature, physics, spatial sciences — and more.
Egyptologist Zahi Hawass delivers a lecture about his discoveries and the importance of archaeology to our understanding of human history.
The professor emeritus of religion was a thought-provoking humanist, and healer through faith and reason.