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USC Libraries Explorations : Visions & Voices Resource Guides

Experience. Reflect. Explore.

Visions and Voices and the USC Libraries are collaborating on a project called USC Libraries Explorations, a series of resource guides that build on the learning experiences provided by Visions and Voices events. Drawing on their fields of expertise, USC librarians have selected print and online resources to help you investigate the topics in Visions and Voices events and continue the process of inquiry and discovery.


SEPT. 2: The Museum Series: The Getty Villa

SEPT. 18: August: Osage County

SEPT. 30: Voices for Justice: 200 Years of Latino Newspapers in the United States

OCT. 2: The Museum Series: MOCA

OCT. 7: Learning and Innovation: 21st-Century Model Making and Prototyping

OCT. 14: The Nuclear Express and the Prevention of Nuclear Terror: A Lecture by Thomas C. Reed

OCT. 30: The Museum Series: LACMA

NOV. 1: Metropolitan Opera HD telecast of Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida

NOV. 4: Art, Culture, and Politics: A Conversation with Shepard Fairey

NOV. 8: Dudamel Conducts Verdi's Requiem

NOV. 17: An Evening with Isabel Allende

NOV. 21: Love's Labour's Lost

JAN. 22: Palestine, New Mexico

JAN. 31: The Museum Series: Bowers Museum

FEB. 5: Basil Twist's Petrushka

FEB. 12: Medical Humanities Series: Professionalism, Electronic Records and the Physician-Patient Relationship, a lecture by Howard Brody, M.D.

MAR. 6: Downtown's Evolving Skyline: L.A. Conservancy Walking Tour

MAR. 12: Medical Humanities Series: Dying Well: The Meaning and Value of Death, a lecture by Ira Byock, M.D.

MAR. 26: The Museum Series: The Norton Simon Museum

MAR. 27: The Metropolitan Opera HD telecast of Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet

APR. 2: Dreamgirls

APR. 7: Cartopias: Southern California Car Culture, Hot Rods, and the Space Age

APR. 18: Los Angeles Opera: The Stigmatized

APR. 19: Marking Time: On Time and Place in Poetry and Film: A Reading by Robert Pinsky

APR. 20: Pride, Prejudice, Bigotry and Genius: Richard Wagner's World: A Lecture by James Conlon