Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón meets with USC Dornsife dean and faculty during a visit to USC where he gives a President’s Distinguished Lecture to an enthusiastic audience. [3 1/2 min read]
The world leader explains why he visited USC and his hope and vision for collaboration between his country and California. [3 1/4 min read]
Senior Engie Salama writes about how traveling to Spain with a USC Dornsife interdisciplinary program turned her into a real Valencian.
During Maymester, aspiring geologists from USC Dornsife research ancient rocks in southern Spain.
USC undergraduate students embraced Spanish in the vibrant country of Spain during the inaugural Valencia Summer Program offered by USC Dornsife’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese and School of International Relations.
Filmmakers tap USC College historian María Elena Martínez for guidance on a PBS documentary exploring the first century after the Old World encountered the New World. Martínez also appears in the film to air Sept. 27.
María Elena Martínez’s new book — analyzing the way in which the Spanish purity of blood concept shaped patriotic and racial ideologies in colonial Mexico — wins top awards from the American Historical Association.
One USC College undergraduate shares his story about learning Spanish in Spain.
USC College archaeology students connect by blogging as they travel the world conducting hands-on research.