Welcome to the Anthropology guide.
Use the tabs to explore suggestions for key resources and information in this subject area.
For up to date and scholarly articles use specialised subject databases. For suggestions on appropriate sources look at our Databases - Best Bets tab.
There is also a great deal on information to be found on the web if used responsibly, check out our websites tab for some sites and information on critically evaluating them.
To get you started, here are the key shelfmark areas for your subject. The floor information is for books; print journals will have the same shelfmark but all journals are on the third floor.
|Culture and cultural processes
|GN357 - 367
|Ethnic groups and race
|GN537 - 674
|Ethnology: social and cultural
|GN301 - 674
|GN296 - 296.5
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To search Library 'Search all' you can use keywords relevant to your topic, author names or the title of the source.
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