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- GN 1 to GN 890 – Anthropology.
- GN 301 to GN 674 – Anthropology. Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology.
- GR 1 to GR 950 – Folklore.
- GT 1 to GT 7070 – Manners and customs.
Selected Books in the Library
- Countries and Their Cultures, 2001.
Call number: GN 307 .C68 2001 REF; a 4-volume encyclopedic set with information on 225 countries, including summaries, maps and photographs; also available online through Gale Virtual Reference Library (see Title List; login required for off-campus access).
- Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory, 2nd Edition, 2000.
Call number: GN 281 .E53 2000
- Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology, 2002, reprinted in 2005.
Call number: GN 307 .E525 2005 REF
- History of Physical Anthropology: An Encyclopedia, 1997.
Call number: GN 50.3 .H57 1997 REF, in 2 volumes.
- Cultural Anthropology: A Guide to Reference and Information Sources, 2nd Edition, 2007, by JoAnn Jacoby and Josephine Z. Kibbee.
- Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology, 1998, by Alan Barnard and Jonathan Spencer.
- Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology, 1987, by Herbert A. Applebaum.
- Research Methods: The Basics, 2011; focuses on the basics of humanities and social science research.
- Small Places, Large Issues: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology, 2nd Edition, 2001, by Thomas Hylland Eriksen.
- Social and Cultural Anthropology: The Key Concepts, 2003, by Nigel Rapport.
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- American Folklife Center, from the Library of Congress, includes several online resources.
- American Museum of Natural History: Anthropology includes collections, archives, photographs, and virtual exhibits of artifacts.
- Cultural Anthropology Tutorials, “Created and maintained by Dr. Dennis O’Neil, Behavioral Sciences Department, Palomar College, San Marcos, California.”
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