Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winning collection New Hampshire celebrates its centenary this year, and scholars say we may be remembering the poet all wrong.
From humanities to high tech: How liberal arts majors are flourishing in unexpected fields.
The haunting genre provides more than just thrills; it’s also a way for us to explore our perception of reality, says a USC Dornsife English professor.
USC experts explain why the work is so important for the future of space travel.
Hollywood’s labor strikes underscore the USC Digital Repository’s role in preserving television’s past for future generations.
Undergraduates visit religious sites across India to observe how traditions around death help form how the country’s citizens view themselves and their place in the world.
Shushan Karapetian hopes to answer a question many Americans with immigrant roots fear to ask: How do I pass down a language and culture I only half know?
USC Dornsife faculty are using VR and AR to provide unprecedented, close-up interaction with the past.
The Professor Emerita of French and Italian and Comparative Literature is recognized for distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
USC anthropologist Luísa Reis-Castro finds that researchers of one of Brazil’s deadliest mosquitoes have a lot to teach the world about how to fight disease.