One Hundred Years of Student Faculty Reading Se...
"One Hundred Years of ______" - March 29, 2013
Faculty Reader: PRINCE GOMOLVILAS's plays include Big Hunk o' Burnin' Love, The Theory of Everything, and the stage adaptation of the Scott Heim novel, Mysterious Skin, which have been produced around United States, in the U.K., and in Singapore. He received the PEN Center USA Literary Award for Drama; Julie Harris/Janet and Maxwell Salter Playwright Award; International Herald Tribune/SRT Playwriting Award; East West Players' Made in America Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for the Asian Pacific Islander Community; and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation. He has toured around the country with musician Brandon Patton as part of the critically acclaimed, storytelling, song-singing, bingo-playing duo, Jukebox Stories, which has also been presented at the National Asian American Theater Festival.
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For more information on the MPW Program, dornsife.usc.edu/mpw
And Still I Student Faculty Reading Series 4 20...
"And Still I ______" - April 20, 2013
Faculty Reader: GINA NAHAI is the author of Cry of the Peacock, Moonlight on the Avenue of Faith, Sunday's Silence and Caspian Rain. Her novels have been translated into eighteen languages, and have been selected as "One of the Best Books of the Year" by the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. She is the winner of the Los Angeles Arts Council Award, the Persian Heritage Foundation's Award, the Simon Rockower Award, and the Phi Kappa Phi Award.
For more information on the MPW program, dornsife.usc.edu/mpw
Montage of a Deferred Student Faculty Reading S...
"Montage of a ______ Deferred" - February 29, 2013
Faculty Reader: RICHARD RAYNER is the author of nine books, both fiction and nonfiction, most recently A Bright and Guilty Place, a history of certain true crimes in L.A. in the late 1920s and 1930s. He has published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Esquire, The Guardian, the Los Angeles Times, and The Washington Post. His long-running "Paperback Writers" column is now published irregularly by the Los Angeles Review of Books.
The Oppression Olympics
Combining theory and pop culture, Ange-Marie Hancock, USC Dornsife associate professor of political science and gender studies, creates a blueprint for political unity in her new book Solidarity Politics for Millennials: A Guide to Ending the Oppression Olympics. To read more about her research:dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/1051/rotary-dial-politics-in-an-iphone-world/ Video by: Mira Zimet
Tumbok Filipino Horror Film Full Hot Adults Onl...
by: arun mohan
umbokis a 2011 Filipino Horror Film starring Cristine Reyes and Carlo Aquino produced by Viva Films
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Prostitution in the Philippines from Shocking A...
Prostitution in the Philippines (from Shocking Asia II The Last Taboos 1985)
Child prostitution in the Philippines
Australians are prominent in the Philippine sex tourism industry, where 100,000 children are trafficked every year. Watch World News Australia 6.30pm nightly and 10.30pm Mon-Fri on SBS ONE.
Rape Club Japan
by: Journeyman Pictures
Japan's attitude towards women is under the spotlight following revelations that students at an elite university ran a 'rape club' dedicated to planning gang rapes.
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Female Android Sex Toy In Japan
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A human-like female robot was unveiled in Japan - will it be used for sex? Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss.
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