Nathan Masters on LOST LA and mining LA’s digital archives

This conversation with Nathan Masters, like LA’s history, is wholly engrossing and because of its topic, touches on all of our themes this season, preservation, resistance, healing, and transformation. Because why study history at all if we are not to concern ourselves with the larger cultural-philosophical questions?

For more information and to find links to some of the things we talk about check out the showpage.

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Pay it Forward? Law and the Problem of Restricted-Spending Philanthropy (Highlight Video)

We were honored to host the Price Governance Salon, a Dean’s series on governance, featuring Brian Galle, Professor of Law at Georgetown. The event was co-sponsored by the USC Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy. View the full video here. American foundations and other philanthropic giving entities hold about $1 trillion in investment assets, a figure which…

Pay it Forward? Law and the Problem of Restricted-Spending Philanthropy (Full Video)

We were honored to host the Price Governance Salon, a Dean’s series on governance, featuring Brian Galle, Professor of Law at Georgetown. The event was co-sponsored by the USC Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy. American foundations and other philanthropic giving entities hold about $1 trillion in investment assets, a figure which continues to grow each year.…

Collaboration and Culture: Organizational Culture and the Dynamics of Collaborative Networks

November 13, 2012
Research Associate Professor Christopher Weare and Assistant Professor Nicole Esparza have been working with Professor Paul Lichterman, a sociologist from the Dornsife College at USC, on the question of what makes civic networks cohere and fracture over time and how these processes affect the ability of networks to support the work of non-profit and advocacy organizations. Here is an update on their work.