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This guides is designed for students enrolled in Narrative Studies Capstone seminars

Narrative Studies & Research

Narrative Studies & Research
Narrative inquiry uses field texts, such as stories, autobiography, journals, field notes, letters, conversations, interviews, family stories, photos (and other artifacts), and life experience, as the units of analysis to research and understand the way people create meaning in their lives as narratives. Narrative studies scholars explore in their research literature, history, the arts, and many of the social sciences in their endeavor to create a thesis or research paper. 
Please explore the bibliographic databases recommended by your research librarians, and don't forget to visit us in Doheny and/or Hoose!

Dr. Ross Scimeca <scimeca@usc.edu>; Melissa Miller <millerm@usc.edu>; Dr. Sophie Lesinska <lesinska@usc.edu>

USC Libraries, Melissa L. Miller

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Melissa L. Miller, MMLIS
Contact:
USC Libraries
Hoose Library of Philosophy
MHP201
millerm@usc.edu
213-740-8081
Skype Contact: melissa.miller0907

Zofia Lesinska, Ph.D.

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Zofia Lesinska
Contact:
DML 118
213-740-7373

Head Librarian

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Ross Scimeca
Contact:
USC Hoose Library of Philosophy
MHP201
Los Angeles, CA 90089
213-740-7434
Philosophy, Religion, Anthropology, History of Science