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Commemorating tragedy with triumph at the centennial of the 1915 #ArmenianGenocide http://ow.ly/JQ7gC
USC Dornsife's Institute of Armenian Studies (IAS) has launched a global directory of events, Year100.org, to boost awareness of the variety of publications, conferences and other events marking the centennial of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. “Year100.org does more that just shed light on the past ...
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Article by @USCDornsife alumna Jasmine Torres & Prof George Sanchez featured in @aacu's #Diversity & Democracy enews http://ow.ly/JQGaP
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Money talks...and everything old is new again! Looking to 18th-century Britain for insight on modern economic issues http://ow.ly/JQ6pb
USC Dornsife's Jacob Soll told those attending the Linda and Harlan Martens Economic History Forum that early modern economic history can help us understand and make sense of the biggest problems facing us today. Photos by Matt Meindl. By Susan Bell February 24, 2015 ...
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Lots of great @USCDornsife #events on campus this week including the 1,000th event from @USC_EMSI #usc #campuslife http://ow.ly/JPQID
Celebrate the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute's 1000th event. Speakers include USC Dornsife's Karen Halttunen of history and others as well as opening remarks by Peter Mancall, Linda and Harlan Martens Director of the Early Modern Studies Institute and vice dean for the humanities.
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A @USCcjrc workshop explores rare, early modern illustrated books from Japan #slideshow http://ow.ly/JHCR9
A 19th-century Japanese printer lays a sheet of prepared paper finished side up on an un-inked wooden block into which an intricate pattern has been cut in relief. He uses a baren — a composite “pad” — to rub the front of the paper, burnishing the raised portions of the block while leaving the ...
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@USC_EMSI hosts its first Economic History Forum, gleaning insight from 18th-c Britain for current economic issues http://ow.ly/JHDjK
USC Dornsife's Jacob Soll told those attending the Linda and Harlan Martens Economic History Forum that early modern economic history can help us understand and make sense of the biggest problems facing us today. Photos by Matt Meindl. By Susan Bell February 24, 2015 ...
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Using projects done w/ his Writing 340 students, Mark Marino wrote a chapter in "Creative Writing in the Digital Age" http://ow.ly/JQae8
Creative Writing in the Digital Age explores the vast array of opportunities that technology provides the Creative Writing teacher, ranging from effective online workshop models to methods that blur the boundaries of genre. From social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook to more advanced software like Inform 7, the book investigates the benefits and potential challenges these technologies present instructors in the classroom. Written with th...
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Sometimes, more is more. To get an edge in the #jobmarket, many #USCDornsife students are taking on dual majors http://ow.ly/JQ6Lm
Emily Mufich started college knowing exactly how she wanted to finish — with degrees in two very different majors that would make the most of her time at USC. “I like to say that history is my fun major and business is my practical major,” said Mufich, a senior from Sacramento.
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$20 million gift from @USC Trustee Ray Irani endows a residential college integrating living/learning at #USCVillage http://ow.ly/JPXr1
USC Trustee Ray Irani Ph.D. '57 has pledged $20 million to the university, of which $15 million will create the Ray Irani Residential College at the new USC Village. The additional $5 million will endow two faculty chairs and establish a student support fund. Irani College will be a supportive ...
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Do you believe in miracles? Lisa Bitel and Matt Gainor wrote about and photographed some who do in the Mojave Desert http://ow.ly/JHCmG
Standing amid the desolate beauty of the California desert, hundreds of people raise instamatic cameras to snap pictures of a cloudless, cerulean sky. Others drop to their knees beside their cars and pick-up trucks, yet more hold their infants and children up to the sky as if to be blessed.
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Three @USCDornsife profs receive @NEHgov grants for research ranging from Japan to spies and the Roman Empire http://ow.ly/JESQX
Research into a Hollywood-based Jewish spy ring is one of three USC Dornsife faculty research projects that have been honored with a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for the academic year 2015 to 2016. Steven Ross, professor of history at USC Dornsife, will use the grant to ...
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USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is the university's primary center for research and education in the natural sciences, humanities and social sciences. The largest, oldest and most diverse of USC’s 19 academic schools, USC Dornsife is home to more than 30 academic departments, 140 majors and minors, more than 20 Ph.D. programs and 30 research centers and institutes.



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