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Guide to USC Libraries Resources for Research in the Field of Comparative Literature

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This guide is to point you to resources in comparative literature at the USC Libraries. Materials in the USC Libraries support teaching and research through the masters level and beyond.

Use the sections on the side of this guide to navigate where you need to go.

For research consultation, information literacy instruction, and recommendations to add items to the USC Libraries' collections, contact Elizabeth Galoozis using the information on this page.

Dr. Zofia Lesinska, Head Librarian of Doheny Memorial Library

Dr. Zofia Lesinska

Head, Doheny Memorial Library and Associate University Librarian

Public Services, American Literature, Cassady Lewis Carroll Collection, and English Language & Literature, Narrative Studies, Humanities

Email: lesinska@usc.edu

Dr. Melissa Miller, Head Librarian of Hoose Library of Philosophy

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Melissa Miller
Contact:
Dr. Melissa L. Miller
Head, Hoose Library of Philosophy / Humanities Librarian
Subject Specialist for: Philosophy, Religion, Anthropology, History of Science and Technology, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature

Office hours: By appointment only
Email: millerm@usc.edu
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For inquiries regarding this Research LibGuide please contact Dr. Melissa Miller via email, millerm@usc.edu.

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