The USC Libraries have added 36 new electronic resources to support USC's teaching and research needs. Keep reading to learn more about the recently acquired e-resources, accessible to USC students, faculty, and staff through the E-Resources tab on the USC Libraries homepage.
In the second installment of a series exploring the many USC Libraries, we look at the Hoose Philosophy Library, which supports scholarship in not only philosophy but also linguistics, anthropology, religion, and the history of science. Keep reading to learn about the library's beautiful reading room and the services it offers students, staff, and faculty researchers.
The USC Libraries subscribe to Credo Reference, which recently added the Encyclopedia of Emancipation and Abolition in the Transatlantic World, The Underground Railroad: An Encyclopedia of People, Places, and Operations, and numerous other titles related to the history of anti-slavery movements. They also added titles in linguistics, music, and the philosophy of science. Keep reading for a complete list.
New journals added in history, library studies, linguistics, literature, logic, mathematics, philosophy, and statistics.
The USC Libraries electronic resource JSTOR now offers new journals in finance, folk music, history of science, linguistics, museum studies, and other academic fields.