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Anthropology: Resources

Key Databases in Anthropology

Scholarly Articles

Articles in scholarly/academic journals, especially PEER-REVIEWED journals are particularly important to college research. They:

  • provide in-depth analysis or report original research
  • use in-text citations and bibliographies
  • are written by and for scholars

Look for options in databases to limit your results to articles in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.

Chicago Citation Style

The Chicago Citation Style has two systems. The Author-Date system is commonly used for Anthropology.

For more information about citing images, see the library guide CITING IMAGES

  Photo: ساحة جامع الفناء   Jemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakesh by Riyaad Minty. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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Books & Media

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Search for both physical and digital books, films and other media in our library catalog.

For remote learning, look for a small circular red E in the icons to the left of your results . These are online resources. (E-books, streams, digital documents.)

Or use the drop-downs on the CBBcat search page, for a more precise search.

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