The Visions and Voices Initiative emphasizes USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. Check out the spectacular array of events conceived and organized by faculty and schools throughout the university.
The USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts a collection of over 15,000 objects, spanning more than five thousand years, that include rare examples of art and ethnographic objects from Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Colorful trucks and buses are a striking aspect of the landscape and society across Pakistan. See truck artist, Haider Ali at work in the United University Church parking lot on Monday and Tuesday, October 20 and 21.
Karen Tongson (Dornsife English) will discuss her latest book project, Empty Orchestra: Karaoke. Critical. Apparatus. Sarita See (UC Riverside, Media & Cultural Studies) will be responding.
USC Shoah Foundation’s academic year programming kicks off with a screening of the documentary As Seen Through These Eyes, which tells the stories of Holocaust survivors who made art during and after World War II. Director, writer and producer Hilary Helstein will answer questions after.
Spirit of the Law features legal professionals discussing how they find meaning, purpose, and identity in the law.
The Urban Growth Seminar Series brings in top practitioners and leading researchers to discuss innovative responses to complex urban issues.
USC professor Velina Hasu Houston is the only American playwright to amass a body of work that explores the U.S.-Japan relationship through a bilateral, global view of identity. She has written more than 30 plays as well as poetry, essays, a novel and works for film and television.
Overthrowing our popular perception of nuns as killjoy schoolmarms content to live in the annals of nostalgia, Piazza defines them instead as the most vigorous catalysts of change in an otherwise constricting patriarchy.