The 2015 Summer Kambun Workshop, held in the USC East Asian Library from June 15 to July 10, 2015, will focus on the later Heian-period courtier journal, Chuyuki, by Fujiwara no Munetada (1062-1141). This year's workshop will be led by Professor Sanae Yoshida from the University of Tokyo’s renowned Historiographical Institute and Professor Joan Piggott of USC Dornsife College. Keep reading for more on this year's workshop and video of Professor Hideo Yamaguchi of the Historiographical Insitute at the 2014 workshop.
How did Southern California's sunshine and fresh air attract people suffering from tuberculosis in the late 19th century? Images from the California Historical Society Collection at the USC Libraries illustrate the story of "health seekers"—and their role in the region's population boom—in The Forgotten Plague, a new documentary film from PBS and WGBH's American Experience series. The film premieres nationally on PBS on Tuesday, February 10, at 9:00 p.m.
Several major entertainment news publications covered the 27th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which honored screenwriter Graham Moore and author Andrew Hodges for their contributions to The Imitation Game. The event was featured in articles by the Los Angeles Times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline Hollywood, The Wrap, and Hitfix. Daniel Gavidia also covered the Scripter ceremony for the Daily Trojan. Previously, several publications covered the initial announcement of the five finalist films.
Screenwriter Graham Moore and author Andrew Hodges received the 27th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for The Imitation Game. Selection committee chair Howard Rodman announced the winners at the black-tie event on Saturday, Jan. 31, at USC’s historic Doheny Memorial Library. Keep reading to learn more about Scripter.
Two new interactive tutorials on the USC Libraries website help USC faculty teach their students how to avoid plagiarism and correctly cite sources. Librarians Elizabeth Galoozis, Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, and Rebecca Halpern partnered with the USC Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards office to produce the updated tutorials. Both include printable certificates of completion.