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Articles in databases

These are the essential databases for Anthropology. For a longer list see the comprehensive list of Anthropology databases.

  • Academic Search Complete:
    An all-inclusive scholarly and multidisciplinary database. Recommended for general topics; Full text included; KYVL; ( + )
  • Anthropology Plus:
    For comprehensive research in anthropology (limited full text). Citation only; ( + )
  • JSTOR:
    Scholarly journals in the humanities, sciences, and business. Full text included; ( + )

Books and media

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  • Steely's Books and Media:
    Search Discovery for books and media. Recommended for general topics; Full text included; Ebook collection; NKU specific materials; Open access; ( + )

RECOMMENDED eBOOKS:

RECOMMENDED PRINT BOOKS:

Encyclopedia of Anthropology
REF GN11 .E63 2006
Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology
REF GN307 .E52 1996
Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology
REF CC77.H5 E53 2002
Encyclopedia of Multicultural Psychology
REF GN502 .E63 2006
Encyclopedia of the Peoples of the World
REF GN495.4 .E53 1993

BROWSE BOOKS AND MEDIA:

  • CC1—960   -   Archaeology
  • GF1—900   -   Human ecology; Anthropogeography
  • GN1—890   -   Anthropology
  • GN49—298   -   Physical Anthropology; Somatology
  • GN51—59   -   Anthropometry
  • GN62.8—265   -   Human variation
  • GN269—279   -   Race (general)
  • GN280.7   -   Man as an animal. Simian traits versus human traits
  • GN281—289   -   Human evolution
  • GN296—296.5   -   Medical anthropology
  • GN301—674   -   Ethnology; Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • GN378—396   -   Collected ethnographies
  • GN397—397.7   -   Applied anthropology
  • GN406—517   -   Cultural traits, customs and institutions
  • GN537—674   -   Ethnic groups and races
  • GN700—890   -   Prehistoric anthropology

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