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Books and print journals on Classics are in a variety of locations. In Doheny Memorial Library, they will be found in the Doheny bookstacks. In addition, there is a collection of non-circulating materials housed in the Classics Section of Reference, just off of the main reading room on the main floor.
Materials on ancient philosophy are located in the Hoose Library of Philosophy.
Many older materials are kept in our off-campus facility, the Grand Avenue Library and must be requested through the Libraries' online catalog, Delivery usually takes one business day. Leavey Library also has books on classical studies.
Books from the Loeb Classical LIbrary are available online and some titles can be found in both Doheny and Leavey Libraries.
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Anything not available at USC can be requested through our Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service which is free to USC faculty, students and staff.
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Scholarly dissertations and theses can be located in a variety of online resources, particularly the USC Digital Library and the ProQuest databases. For details, please see our online research guide for dissertations.