Events and Exhibitions

Events

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Aug242016
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Dec162016
Born in 1920, Jim Arkatov has been photographing some of the world’s greatest musicians and fine...View Exhibition
Where:
  • DML - Ground Floor Rotunda

Sep292016
Location:
DML 241 - USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study
Citation managers help you keep track of your research by collecting and organizing citations, and creating bibliographies. So how do you pick the best citation management software for your research... Read more
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Oct062016
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Oct072016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
THURSDAY, OCT. 6 Leavey Library Guided Tour: 1:30 pm Leavey Library Lobby (LVL) Come join us for a guided walking tour of USC’s Leavey Library and the incredible USC collection, home to over 5.8... Read more
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Oct072016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 and has more than 300 chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. It is the oldest academic honor society at USC that is... Read more
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Oct112016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
The earth hums along to its own soundtrack. If only we could listen to it. When the ground beneath us shifts, as it is prone to do in Los Angeles, it unleashes enormous quantities of energy as... Read more
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Oct152016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
The stories of Los Angeles. All day. All in one place. For more than 20 years, the L.A. as Subject consortium has brought to life the diverse, often hidden stories that make Southern California such... Read more
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Oct152016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
For 500 years, utopia —a word coined by Sir Thomas More to describe the ideal city—has been used as popular shorthand for a perfect world and lies at the heart of the Western political imagination... Read more
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Oct182016
When: 12:00PM - 5:00PM
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
As California’s first great poet, Robinson Jeffers (1887–1962) blazed a trail through the literary world from his base in Carmel. His books, including Tamar and Other Poems (1924), Thurso’s Landing (... Read more
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Oct202016
When: 1:00PM - 2:30PM
Location:
DML G28 - Herklotz Room
Citation styles change often, and in graduate research, you’re often citing unusual sources beyond books and articles. In this clinic, you’ll be able to consult with librarians familiar with your... Read more
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Oct252016
Location:
VKC B40E - Multi-Media Room (Berkes Global Media Room)
USC provides access to extensive resources in humanities and social science research. In this session, we’ll dive deep into key databases for primary research across these fields, including advanced... Read more
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Nov012016
Location:
DML 241 - USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study
This workshop will provide an overview of how social sciences data and spatial data might contribute to research and coursework. Presentation will introduce attendees to the research data lifecycle,... Read more
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Nov022016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
Please join Dean Catherine Quinlan and the Friends of the USC Libraries for a Literary Event with USC University Professor and Bing Professor of English and American Literature Leo Braudy, for a... Read more
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Nov092016
For 500 years, utopia —a word coined by Sir Thomas More to describe the ideal city—has been used as...View Exhibition
Where:
  • DML - Treasure Room

Nov092016
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
Is it possible to design a perfect city? The concept of utopia—a term coined 500 years ago by Sir Thomas More to describe the ideal city—lies at the heart of the Western political imagination. But... Read more
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Feb072017
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
The concept of utopia has sparked the Western political imagination for 500 years, since the term was coined by Sir Thomas More to describe the ideal city. But how do we envision utopia in the... Read more
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Mar232017
Location:
Doheny Memorial Library
From service robots to virtual agents like Apple’s Siri, humanlike machines are poised to grow ever more integral to our daily lives. Researchers like Hiroshi Ishiguro , Yoshio Matsumoto, Travis... Read more
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