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The Burritt Library offers five options to ask for help with research from a librarian. Reference help is available by walk-in, phone, email, text, and web chat service.
Information available for Anthropology
You can find a good selection of Anthropology books in our collection. A book can provide detailed background and in-depth historical information about any given topic. Try doing a keyword search ithe catalogto find books about your topic.
This covers encyclopedias,dictionaries, handbooks and other resources that are referred to for specific information. Go to these for definitions, shorter explanations, quick historical and biographical sketches. Look under the find books tabto find books in our reference collection.
Articles from journals, magazines, and major newspapers are sources for information on current social issues and recent sociological studies. You will need to consult our subscription databases to find articles. Look under the Find ArticlesTab on this guide
The internet can provide a wealth of good information, especially from government sources and professional organizations. Look under the Internet Resourcestab for a list of recommended sites
In order to access databases and articles from off campus, you must be logged into your library account. View our Technical Support and Off Campus Access Guide for instructions on how to login to gain off campus access.