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.
Enjoy free yoga in the museum, a series co-sponsored by USC Recreational Sports.
How did the messaging contest between Russian and Western media over the conflict in Crimea influence Russian audiences? Based on an online survey of Russians conducted in March 2014 during the midst of the Crimea conflict, we will examine these media dynamics and evaluate the competing influence of Western and Russian media on Russian public opinion.
"Students Talk Back: A Politics and Public Policy Forum" is a series presented in partnership with the USC Dornsife College's Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, USC College Democrats, USC College Republicans and USC Daily Trojan.
The USC Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab's monthly Lunch & Learn speaker event is excited to continue its fantastic year of talks from exciting movers and shakers in the field of Social Enterprise!
This series of events, free and open to the whole USC community, invites evangelical Christians, in particular, to learn about the religions of the world from the inside out, by hearing from thoughtful, committed practitioners of these faiths.
Tracing the themes Emily Dickinson returned to again and again in her poetry—nature, love, God and death—this intimate musical and theatrical performance combines Dickinson’s texts with settings by composers Aaron Copland, Tom Cipullo, Lori Laitman and Steve Heitzeg. Readings of Dickinson’s poems and letters will “amplify” the songs, allowing listeners to experience the songs in the context of Emily Dickinson's personality and era. Actress Linda Kelsey, soprano Anne Marie Ketchum and pianist Victoria Kirsch will perform amid scenic design by painter Bonita Helmer. The performance will be introduced by Dana Gioia, USC Professor of Poetry and Public Culture.
An intimate musical and theatrical performance combines Emily Dickinson’s texts with settings by composers Aaron Copland, Tom Cipullo, Lori Laitman and Steve Heitzeg. Actress Linda Kelsey, soprano Anne Marie Ketchum and pianist Victoria Kirsch will perform amid scenic design by Bonita Helmer.