As the much-anticipated feature film opens, USC Dornsife’s M.G. Lord — author of the book Forever Barbie — explains why we can’t get enough of the iconic doll.
Amy Schneider and Mattea Roach talk about their time on the popular television game show — and take on some trivia questions, too.
USC researchers say this is a fallacy as their new study using virtual negotiating agents points to systemic bias on behalf of recruiters.
A 30-year USC/Purdue study finds that television news and ESPN’s SportsCenter continue to ignore women’s sports — and online media coverage isn’t much better.
For several years, Torres has been documenting instances of non-inclusive terminology still used in the dance world. Now, the USC Kaufman senior has turned those observations into a gender-inclusive guidebook.
With the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification approaching, USC professors share their thoughts on the state of voting rights in 2020.
Mothers take a much bigger and long-lasting hit to their income after having a child compared with new fathers. A USC researcher found a promising strategy to narrow the gap.
Lourdes Ashley Hunter and her Trans Women of Color Collective focus on those in their community who have not had access to resources, opportunities and support systems.
Language changes as culture changes, and in the 2010s pronouns were the words on center stage. A doctoral student in linguistics at USC Dornsife examines how that came to be.
Understanding the brain structure of transgender people could help tailor care and support, says recent USC grad and neuroscientist Jonathan Vanhoecke.