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Anthropology: Getting Started

Researching at Milner Library

Hello. My name is Vanette Schwartz. I’m the librarian for Anthropology. If you have any questions, please contact me.

This marketing guide can help you with:

  • Getting started with the research process
  • Identifying databases specific to marketing
  • Techniques for finding subject specific sources such books, articles, etc.
  • Linking to a course specific guide

Conducting research is an iterative process. For more information about how to conduct research, consult the An Overview: The Research Process web guide.

The following steps are helpful in beginning your research in Anthropology.

1. For background information on your topic, consult a reference source such as:
21st Century Anthropology
or the Encyclopedia of Anthropology.

2.  Check the list of sources or bibliography in your textbooks.

3. Search for books in your topic in the Milner Library Online Catalog.

4. Search for articles in Anthropology databases, such as:
Annual Review of Anthropology or Abstracts in Anthropology.


Questions? Contact Me!

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Vanette Schwartz
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