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Searching for anthropological studies can be a challenge, but a group of anthropology librarians in the American Library Association has created a cheat sheet to help you search for ethnographies.
AAA Style Guide - NOW Use the Chicago Manual of Style (author/date)
September 9, 2015- After much consideration of publishing standards and member input, AAA has decided to cease production of the AAA Style Guide. AAA style now adheres fully to the current edition of the Chicago Manual of Style (Author-Date) which can be located on their website or on the SU Library website http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html .
(American Anthropological Association - Stay Informed -website
Interpretations of sub-fields according to the
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology at Syracuse focuses on permutations of socio-cultural anthropology, historical archaeology and bio-archaeology. (Dept. of Anthropology website)
Thanks to a joint effort of the Smithsonian’s Department of Anthropology and Smithsonian Libraries, anyone now can download in-depth, research-based essays and classroom tested teaching activities on a wide range of topics through the AnthroNotes digital database.
The entire collection of 84 issues of AnthroNotes (1979-2012) and 263 selected individual AnthroNotes articles, each with a new abstract, can be downloaded from the Smithsonian Libraries’ Official Digital Repository. Individual articles are offered in three formats, designed for computers (PDF), mobile devices (mobi), and e-readers (E-Pub). Articles are free of copyright restrictions; photocopying for classroom use is permitted and encouraged. All 263 individual articles, as well as the 84 issues of AnthroNotes, are also searchable through Google and the Smithsonian Collections Database (search term: AnthroNotes). (AnthroNotes editors)