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Research Tools for Anthropology, including the subfields Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, Linguistics, Physical Anthropology, and Medical Anthropology..

New Look for 2015

We've upgraded! The research guides at Howard-Tilton have a new look, but should provide the same search tips and access to the databases you need. If you have trouble locating a favorite resources, please e-mail me at abeaucha@tulane.edu and I'll be happy to assist you.

~Adam

Looking for Journal Articles? Select a subfield for database recommendations.

Anthropology Plus is a comprehensive database covering all four subfields of anthropology. Archaeologists may also find the following databases useful for their research:


Additional search tools may be helpful when focused on a particular area of archaeological research.

Anthropology Plus is a comprehensive database covering all four subfields of anthropology. Cultural anthropologists and ethnographers may also find the following databases useful for their research:

 

Anthropologists may also find historical studies helpful when conducting research on a specific cultural group. Those working on Asian topics may want to explore the Bibliography of Asian Studies.

While Anthropology Plus is a comprehensive database covering all four subfields of anthropology, linguists may find it more efficient to begin their searches in Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts.


Linguists focused on more specific areas of study may find the following databases useful:

Anthropology Plus is a comprehensive database covering all four subfields of anthropology. Physical anthropologists and primatologists may also find the following databases useful for their research:


Primatologists may also find the following databases helpful:

In addition to standard anthropological databases, medical anthropologists may find useful the literature of nursing, public health, social services, and medical fields.

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Getting the full-text

Some databases don't include the full-text of articles. When there's no full-text, click on the TU Link button. This will search through the library's full-text holdings in other databases and give you a link to the full-text of the article. If there is no online access, there's a link to the library catalog to see if we have the full-text in print.

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