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eBooks

Visit the eBooks page for access to thousands of ebooks from several providers. RPCC ebooks are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students will be prompted to login with their Library User ID or Alt. ID, and PIN to access these ebooks from off-campus.

Cultural Anthropology: A Guide to Reference and Information Sources, 2nd Edition, 2007, by JoAnn Jacoby and Josephine Z. Kibbee.

Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology, 1998, by Alan Barnard and Jonathan Spencer.

Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology, 1987, by Herbert A. Applebaum.

Research Methods: The Basics, 2011; focuses on the basics of humanities and social science research.

Small Places, Large Issues: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology, 2nd Edition, 2001, by Thomas Hylland Eriksen.

Social and Cultural Anthropology: The Key Concepts, 2003, by Nigel Rapport.


Databases

Academic Search Complete: Articles from 5,500+ journals and other sources, multiple subject areas.

nullHistory Reference Center: Reference books, history magazines, historical documents, etc.

nullOxford Reference: Full-text general and subject-specific reference sources.

nullReligion and Philosophy Collection: Covers over 300 journals on religious history, theology, and philosophy.

nullGale Ebooks: Reference sources for just about any research topic.

nullJSTOR: The Scholarly Archive: articles from scholarly journals in the arts and sciences, humanities, business, etc.

nullPsychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection:. Over 550 publications in behavioral sciences.

nullSocINDEX with Full-Text: Over 390 journals, over 720 books, and more


Streaming Videos

Introduction to Physical Anthropology: Physical Anthropology and Archaeology Methods. This film provides an introduction to the history of anthropology as a discipline and explains how physical and cultural anthropology differ.

Introduction to Physical Anthropology: Primates. This film reviews the characteristics that differentiate primate species and looks at adaptations that influenced geographic distribution, habits, diet, teeth, and locomotion.

 

null Browse more anthropology videos from the Films on Demand database.


Special Topics


Web Resources

American Folklife Center, from the Library of Congress, includes several online resources.

American Museum of Natural History: Anthropology includes collections, archives, photographs, and virtual exhibits of artifacts.

Smithsonian, and its divisions:

Department of Anthropology: Smithsonian ~ National Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage


Shelf Resources (RPCC Library - Gonzales Campus)

Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers (print issues)

 

Browse Books, DVDs, and Other Shelf Resources by Shelf Number

GN 1 to GN 890 – Anthropology.

GN 301 to GN 674 – Anthropology. Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology.

GR 1 to GR 950 – Folklore.

GT 1 to GT 7070 – Manners and customs.