The New York Times' "Cultured Traveler" tours the Los Angeles homes and describes the legacies of mid-20th-century German exiles.
Parade Route by the acclaimed artist and USC Roski School of Fine Arts professor will appear in the artists' book exhibition To Illustrate and Multiply: An Open Book from October 19, 2008 through January 18, 2009 at MOCA Pacific Design Center.
The Los Angeles Times' "Jacket Copy" highlighted the opening of Biblioclasm, our current exhibition on banned, burned and otherwise challenged books.
The USC Libraries' fall exhibition about banned books and the role of censorship in the history of ideas opened on September 26 in Doheny Library. An exhibition of drawings by USC architecture students based on passages from the banned books opened on the ground floor of Doheny.
Libwire is live! The USC Libraries are officially launching our news blog for the USC community.
Alice Green will speak at the GNC kick-off event on Tuesday in Doheny Library. Green is a community activist and the director of Peace Games Los Angeles.
We're launching this year's Good Neighbors Campaign at a special event on Tuesday September 30th at 3pm in DML 240. Stop by to get involved!
Over the weekend, the L.A. Now blog covered the USC Libraries exhibition on album art. Bettie Rinehart reflects, "We so love our CDs, but it sure was great before the art got small."
USC Librarians from a variety of disciplines contributed research guides for the university's highly successful Visions and Voices program.
Stephanie Foreman, Ross Scimeca, Autumn Solomon, and Sara Tompson will be leading the libraries' participation in the USC Good Neighbors Campaign. Watch for our kickoff event in early October.