The tale of how Mary Shelley's terrifying dream of June 16, 1816, spawned her classic horror story, Frankenstein. Leo Braudy, University Professor in English, Art History and History, tells us how it happened.
USC undergraduates have a wide variety of classes they can take at the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Many majors are also interdisciplinary, which give students the opportunity to explore many different classes and departments while still graduating in four years.
At the University of Southern California, the students and faculty of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences engages in research across the humanities, natural and social sciences. These videos are just a small taste of what you can expect to study if you choose this Tier I research university.
USC Dornsife graduate students work in an exciting scholarly environment with outstanding faculty who make important impact on traditional disciplines, emerging fields, the community and the world. Along with their professors, they lead ground-breaking research in traditional and interdisciplinary fields through well-funded laboratories, research centers and institutes.