Adolescent Anglophilia, fueled by a love for “Doctor Who” and The Kinks, led Jay Rubenstein to discover a passion for the Middle Ages. Now the MacArthur Fellow and distinguished medievalist directs USC Dornsife’s Center for the Premodern World. [6 min read]
The USC Dornsife professor of American studies and ethnicity receives the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in recognition of her examinations of race, citizenship and belonging among immigrant groups in the United States. [4¼ min read]
The “genius grant” honors the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and professor of English, American studies and ethnicity and comparative literature, whose groundbreaking work has enabled Americans and others to view the Vietnam War from more balanced perspectives.
The ‘genius grant’ honors the American studies and ethnicity and communications professor, whose innovative work explores unexpected cross-cultural connections.