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Anthropology: Start Here

Library Resources

The Library has both print and electronic books, journals, magazines, and audio/visual material as well as a wide variety of additional digital content.  For assistance locating resources you can consult the staff at the circulation desk for print items or a research librarian for digital material.

If you have any questions, or would like further research assistance, please feel free to make an appointment with a research librarian, or contact the creator and editor of the guide, Kim Rinaldo.

Reference Resources in the Library

Reference resources help you learn more about a topic before you begin in-depth research. These sources usually provide short essays about a particular topic identifying key people involved, dates and places, as well as keywords for you to use later on in your research.  They are great places to start, particularly if you are unfamiliar with a topic. 

Subject Guide

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Kim Rinaldo
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Room A36
Library and Information Technology Center
860-297-2243

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