Trojan Alum Presents Rare Editions of William Blake and Samuel Rogers

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milton_plate_100Charlotte Van Fleet recently donated rare editions of William Blake's Milton and There Is No Natural Religion and Samuel Roger's The Pleasures of Memory. The Blake editions include vivid reproductions of the etchings that accompanied each of his poetic works.

Norman Lloyd Reminisces about Bertolt Brecht, Ingrid Bergman

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/22

norman_lloyd_100In this excerpt from his interview with Michaela Ullmann, the screen legend describes working with Bertolt Brecht, Ingrid Bergman, and director Lewis Milestone on Arch of Triumph, a 1948 film about German refugees in pre-WWII Paris.

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From Medieval Latin Paleography to the American West

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0008_100The USC Libraries recently added a broad selection of electronic resources, aiding USC researchers in East Asian studies, engineering, geography, history, literature, and a number of academic fields.

Scripter to Name Winner on Gala Night

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jamie_lee_curtis_100For the first time in the 20-year history of the event, the USC Libraries will announce Scripter winners on the evening of the gala. New master of ceremonies Jamie Lee Curtis and updated eligibility rules round out the major changes, as the USC Libraries Scripter Award enters its third decade.

New Additions to African History JSTOR Resources

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/12

The USC Libraries' eresource recently added the South African Institute of Race Relations Collection and the National Union of South African Students Collection--along with two new journals in cinema studies and statistics.

New Feature on USC’s Web of Knowledge eResource

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ResearcherID enables you to create a list of articles that you retrieve through the Web of Knowledge and analyze the contributions of specific researchers to their fields. Science and Engineering librarians have been working with USC faculty to help them take advantage of the new feature.

Digital Roman de la Rose Added to USC eResources

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woman_100A digital library of rare manuscripts of the medieval French poem is now available through the USC Libraries' eresources page. The Roman de la Rose manuscripts--held by libraries and collections from around the world--allow you to compare versions of the allegorical poem text and learn about changes in medieval culture, society and techniques used to create illuminated manuscripts.

New Business Information eResource Available

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/08

The USC Business Library recently added the Audit Analytics database, providing detailed financial and legal information about 20,000 public companies and 1,500 accounting firms.

Extended USC Libraries Hours for Final Exams

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leavey-outside-small_100Doheny, Leavey, and the Science and Engineering Libraries will be open for extended hours to help you study for final exams. Check the Library Hours page for complete information about operating hours at USC Libraries locations.

New African History Materials Available through USC Libraries eResources

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/01

JSTOR recently added digital collections of materials related to independence struggles in southern Africa, ranging from Namibian political posters to evidence presented at commissions of inquiry in apartheid-era South Africa. They join new journals in economics, life sciences, and many other academic subjects.