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Classics*: Books & eBooks

Guide to finding materials on Classical Studies

Print Materials in USC Libraries

Books and print journals on Classics are in a variety of locations.  In Doheny Memorial Library they will be found in the Doheny Stacks.  In addition, a small collection of non-circulating materials is housed in the Classics Section of Reference, in the Periodicals Reading Room on the main floor.

Materials on ancient philosophy are in the Hoose Library of Philosophy.

Many older materials are kept in our off-campus facility, the Grand Avenue Library, and must be paged through the Libraries' online catalog, Homer.
Leavey Library
also has books on classical studies.

Use one of the boxes at left to do a quick keyword or advanced search in Homer, which will tell you in what library the item is available.

For a map of the campus libraries, click here and then choose Libraries on the left.

Quick Book Search

Materials Not Owned by USC

If you have checked and USC does not own the book you need, you have several options for locating a copy:

Search Other Library Catalogs

Anything not available at USC can be requested through our Interlibrary Loan service, which is free to USC faculty, students and staff.

HOMER Advanced Search

Request item from another library (ILL)

Log in to ILLIAD for document delivery and interlibrary loan service.

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The USC Libraries welcome suggestions for the acquisition of materials which support the University's teaching and research programs.

Please click here to submit a recommendation.

It will be routed to the appropriate subject specialist (most likely Amy) for consideration.