Tiara Wilson studies how themes of resistance, justice and identity are expressed in the region’s immensely popular music genre.
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Betty Thai earned a fellowship that could lead to a job as a U.S. diplomat, an ideal fit for the first-generation college student who wants to help solve global challenges.
With Pikachu back on the big screen, USC researchers are taking a serious look at the linguistics of the Pokémon universe to better grasp how the brain processes language.
Nothing Ever Dies is a nonfiction follow-up to his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Sympathizer.
USC Dornife students learn about 200 years of economics in a course that incorporates online role playing.
USC Price professor Annette Kim studies Beijing’s underground housing market. For many migrants, there’s nowhere else to live.
CEO of East West Bank praised for his civic leadership, support of Asian art and culture.
USC students will join with students from other top national and international universities to study with counterparts in Japan, Korea and Hong Kong.