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Anthropology & Archaeology: Find Books

Library resources for coursework and research in the field of Anthropology

Browsing for Anthropology & Archaeology Books

The main area for anthropology and archaeology books is on the second floor, quiet study side of Greenwood Library.

Auxiliary Sciences of History

  • CB History of Civilization
  • CC Archaeology
  • CJ Numismatics
    • CJ1-4625 Coins
    • CJ4801-5450 Tokens
    • CJ5501-6661 Medals and Medallions
  • CN Inscriptions
  • CS Genealogy

Geography. Atlases. Maps

  • GF Human ecology. Anthropogeography
  • GN Anthropology
    • GN49-298 Physical Anthropology
    • GN301-674 Ethnology. Social and Cultural Anthropology
    • GN700-890 Prehistoric Archaeology

     The books in Greenwood Library are arranged by a system called Library of Congress Classification.  The letters and numbers ("CALL NUMBERS") on the label applied to the spine of each book represent this classficiation.  The call numbers are used to keep the books in order, arranged by subject and subarranged by author.

Ebook Collections

The library has a wide range of ebooks. Below are a few collections, but you can find more here:

Ebook Central 

Over 150,000 e-books from university presses and other scholarly publishers covering all disciplines. Search using keywords or browse by subject:

University Press Scholarship Online

An online library bringing works from the world’s best university presses onto a single, easy-to-use resource. Anthropology and Archaeology are both listed as subjects that can be browsed.

Taylor and Francis Ebooks

A vast collection of ebooks in science, technology, engineering, medicine, humanities and social science, which are led by a global network of editors and authors. There are Anthropology and Archaeology collections.

Can't find it at LU?

If we do not have the full-text of a book or article, you may see a Find It! button button which will search other databases. If it is still not available, you can request books and articles for free via Interlibrary Loan. If you need help with this, ask us!

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