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Anthropology Research Guide   Tags: anthropology, ethnography  

This guide presents library resources for research in Anthropology
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Related Research Guides

Many topics in Anthropology are interdisciplinary. In order to create a comprehensive literature review, you may want to search for information in other HSU Library Research Guides:



This research guide is designed to help you find library resources to support your research in Anthropology at HSU. Use the tabs across the top of the page to locate different types of resources.

For a research refresher, see the HSU Library's Begin Research Tutorial, How To VideosAsk A Librarian, or browse our Research Guides Directory to find additional resources.

If you need further help, stop by the Research Help Desk or make an appointment with Chris Salvano today!


Getting Started

Quick Search: Articles+

   Great for emerging topics, including both popular and scholarly sources. 

Google Scholar

     Beyond Google...

Try them and then compare results with searching directly in your targeted databases, e.g. Anthropology Plus, AnthroSource, etc.


A book may be worth a thousand words

A recent book (print or ebook) on your topic that explores issues and provides a bibliography or references can be a great first step in your research.  Use the Catalog tab in Quick Search to find both print and ebooks. 

The ebook vendor "Ebrary" allows you to establish your own login and to save and annotate titles and file them for future use on your "bookshelf." 

Remember also that books (print and ebook) are included in Articles+.  Simply select the Books tab on the search results page. 

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