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Discovering the World of Research: Alice Around the World

This guide is a supplement to the Leavey Library Outreach Events.

Spring 2020 Welcome

Alice Around the World
Dates: Wednesday & Thursday, January 23-23, 2020
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm
Location: Leavey Library Reflection Pool

Join Leavey Library for Discovering the World of Research: Alice Around the World
Don't forget to grab a free cookies and coffee!

  • Browse Alice in Wonderland translations from around the world
  • View materials from the USC Cassady Lewis Carroll Collection
  • Enjoy submissions from previous Wonderland Awards
  • Learn how to apply for the Wonderland Award for a chance to win up to $3000!

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DISCOVER MORE BELOW

Discover the Cassady Lewis Carroll Collection available through USC Special Collections: https://libguides.usc.edu/cassadycollection

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WONDERLAND AWARD

The Wonderland Awards are an annual multidisciplinary competition, open to all students, which encourages new scholarship and creative work related to Lewis Carroll. Explore, explain, analyze, or interpret any of the materials/works of Lewis Carroll and you could win up to $3,000!  Both undergraduates and graduate students can apply. 

Visit libraries.usc.edu/wonderland for more information.

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WONDERLAND AWARD SUBMISSIONS COLLECTION

USC Libraries keeps the student projects submitted for the Wonderland Award contest from 2005 to the present, including the artist's statement that was submitted along with the student's project. The collection includes a wide range of written, graphic, audiovisual, and three-dimensional works related to the creative output of Lewis Carroll. 

Each submission can be viewed at http://tweedledee.org/