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Anthropology: Finding Books

Browse Your Library!

Rediscover one of the best technologies that was ever invented! The book!

Academic Libraries that use the Library of Congress Classification Outline (the majority of them) can easily be browsed for serendipitous discovery of wonderful books in your subject area. All you need to know is the call number range to get yourself situated. Linked below you'll find the general outlines for books in these areas.

Be sure to search our catalog if you have a specific book in mind.

If you'd like any more information about finding resources for your research just ask your librarian.

Find Books with Library Catalogs

Need books? Then you need a catalog to help you search. Listed below are: our local catalog for CSU, the Regional Catalog for the big libraries along the Front Range, and WorldCat which combines the catalogs of thousands of libraries.  If you can't find what you're looking for, just ask.

Find books: Discovery Catalog

Discovery is our library catalog (the same one as the Books+ tab on the library home page. Use it to find books, journals, Web pages, multimedia, CSU scholarly works and other items at CSU Libraries and online.

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New Resources in Anthropology & Archaeology

This is a list of the 30 most recent book and e-book records added to the Discovery Catalog of CSU Libraries. You may encounter a record for a book we have not yet purchased. If you would like the library purchase an item, simply click on the link that says "This book is available for the library to purchase in print. Click here to place a request."

Some titles will have two links. One link most likely goes to a record for the e-book version, while the other link goes to either a print version or the option to purchase the print version. 

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