Gerontology *: USC Gerontology Publications

Available electronic collections, books and journals

USC Gerontology Publications

Andrus Gerontology Center Publications (bibliography). From 1969 to 2008, the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center published over 250 titles. Most of these items are accessible through the Grand Library, although a number are at Doheny. Use this USC Search to identify the items of interest.

H. Dale Hilton Living History Project (bibliography).  The H. Dale Hilton Living History Project has videotaped many key campus contributors over the past 25 years. Those who are videotaped are retired faculty and staff of USC who have collectively made the university what it is today. The interviews are eclectic remembrances of major campus events from the 1940s to the present: the evolving academic environment, administrative restructuring, and research/teaching accomplishments.  Many of these are available on DVD through the Leavey Library; the remainder are in the USC Archives. Additionally, The Emeriti Center offers a list of interviews that are linked to the online videos.

USC Gerontology Dissertations and Theses

USC Gerontology doctoral dissertations are available in the USC Digital Library and can be searched in several ways:

  • USC Digital Library: Use: http://bit.ly/2lPtMIj
    • Process:
      • First: search for Gerontology
      • Next: go to Add or remove other collections to your search and click on Show 77 more
      • Deselect: Select All Collections
      • Go to U and select all University of Southern California Dissertations and Theses
      • Click OK
    • To focus your search:
      • Use the Narrow Your Search options in the left navigation menu
      • Use clicking Advanced Search on the drop-down menu in the search box, then Add another field

For more information, visit the USC Research guide: Dissertations.