USC Berggruen Fellow Harpreet Sareen recently published the article “BubbleTex: Designing Heterogenous Wettable Areas for Carbonation Bubble Patterns on Surfaces.” The paper was presented at the Congress Center during Computer Human Interaction (CHI) 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany.
Stephen Collier and STPL Director, Andrew Lakoff, recently published the co-authored article “A Visual Genealogy of Urban Resilience: From Air War Planning to Climate Adaptation” in Perspecta 55: Futures Index.
USC Berggruen Fellow Inho Choi published an article in Review of International Studies titled “On Being Chinese and Being Complexified: Chinese IR as a Transcultural Project.”
STPL Director Andrew Lakoff recently published his essay “A Regulatory State of Exception” in the Oxford Handbook of Expertise and Democratic Politics (edited by Gil Eyal and Thomas Medvetz).
USC Berggruen Fellow Lois Rosson recently published an article in Noema titled “What Is AI Doing To Art?”
Read the recent essay from STPL faculty affiliate, Christina Dunbar-Hester, “What Environmental Conservation Looks Like at America’s Biggest Port,” in Zócalo.
Read the latest op-ed, “It’s a Spectacular Scandal, and a Warning to Europe,” by 2023 USC Berggruen Fellow Alexander Clapp in the New York Times.
Christina Dunbar-Hester, Professor of Communication, recently published her third book Oil Beach: How Toxic Infrastructure Threatens Life in the Ports of Los Angeles and Beyond with University of Chicago Press.
Devin Griffiths, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, has recently published a new edited collection from Cambridge University Press: After Darwin: Literature, Theory, and Criticism in the Twenty-First Century.
Cristina M. Visperas, Assistant Professor of Communication, published her first book Skin Theory: Visual Culture and the Postwar Prison Laboratory (NYU Press, 2022).