Libraries & Research Tools
The USC library's homepage has links to the main catalogue, interlibrary loan, course reserves and electronic resources.
In addition, you will find guides to other research resources at USC for Classics and Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean Archaeology.
The library also maintains a useful sites of Electronic resources for Classical Art, Architecture, and Archaeology where you'll find links to key classics, art history and archaeology Web sites (including links to primary and secondary sources, maps, images and museum collections), organizations, electronic journals and more.
For bibliographic research, especially useful are the lists of electronic databases compiled by subject area (note: many of these resources require connection to the USC network either on-campus or via a Virtual Private Network (VPN)). From the library's Electronic Resources page, under "USC Libraries Subjects," select classics, art history, philosophy, religion, etc.
UCLA has one of the four largest research libraries in the United States, and its holdings are open to USC students and faculty.
Getty Research Institute and the Huntington Library
USC faculty and graduate students may also apply for reader privileges at the research libraries of the Getty Research Institute and the Huntington.
- Department of Classics
- University of Southern California
- THH 256
- Los Angeles, CA 90089-0352
- Phone: (213) 740 - 3676
- Email: email@example.com