Featured Events

In the Black Fantastic: A Conversation with Ekow Eshun

Join CPD for a conversation with writer and curator Ekow Eshun to explore the transnational worlds of Black creativity and imagination through the exhibition...

1/31 11am
Virtual Event
USC Black History Month Kickoff

Join us as we kick-off the University’s celebration of Black History Month with a virtual event featuring remarks from President Carol L. Folt, faculty,...

A Poetry Reading and Conversation Between Pulitzer-Prize winning poet Natalie Diaz and Jackie Wang

Event info: Feb 1, 4pm PST Sponsored by the Creativity, Theory, Politics Research Cluster and ASE Commons Zoom registration: https://tinyurl.com/45ep5a7z...

2/1 4pm
Virtual Event
SOUL! 2023: Producing to Power in the 21st Century

ADMISSION: Admission is free. RSVP DESCRIPTION: “Producing to Power” (P2P) refers to filmmakers, media, and platform executives; producers and showrunners;...

Book Talk with Dr. Michelle Tellez

Join the Center for Latinx & Latin American Studies (CLLAS) and American Studies & Ethnicity (ASE) Commons for a discussion with Dr. Michelle Téllez about...

Trojan Talk with Walmart Connect - Diversity Mixer

Walmart Connect is coming to campus! Our team is excited to meet with business analytics, information systems, finance, and other business students on the...

2023 USC Building Entrepreneurial Leaders (BEL) Coffee Chats

Please note: This event is for Sophomore students who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, or Indigenous (Native American, Alaska Native, Inuit, Métis, and...

2/8 10am
Virtual Event
Uprooted: The Journey of Jazz Dance - Screening and Conversation

Uprooted: The Journey of Jazz Dance Screening and Conversation ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP DESCRIPTION: Uprooted: The...

Mobilizing the Past: Collective Memory and Indigenous Resistance in Guatemala

A public lecture by Vaclav Masek (PhD student in Sociology, University of Southern California) 2022 Beth and Arthur Lev Student Research Fellow (Join us in...

Workshop@PAM: Ikebana

Join us in celebrating Valentine's Day with a hands-on Ikebana workshop where you will learn to create an elegant floral arrangement inspired by the...

“Voices of the Japanese American Incarceration”

Presented by the Japanese American National Museum in partnership with the USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Cultures During World War II,...

Book Signing: Psalms for Black Lives

Join the Office for Religious and Spiritual Life for the Psalms for Black Lives Book Signing and Curated Conversation and Q/A. This event is featuring...

Eric C. Rath- "The Story of Sushi: How a Fermented Dish Became a Global Fast Food"

Sushi’s appearance in US grocery stores, usually coated in sauces and fried toppings, demonstrates how the once simple dish evolves as it globalizes. But...