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Anthropology For All  

This guide provides an overview for public library patrons.
Last Updated: Oct 21, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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About the Guide

Anthropology for All is a fun guide for public library patrons or anyone interested in the field of anthropology. Geared toward a layperson's persepctive, the guide is accessible, bright, and fun!  Sub-fields of Anthropology:  Cultural, Physical, Linguistic, and Archaeology are addressed with each field given particular attention by one of the guide's creators.  Enjoy!

American Anthropological Association


How to Use the Guide

Click on a tab and explore a sub-field of anthropology! Each tab defines the sub-field, provides some interesting facts and offers sources for further investigation. Our Just For Fun tab is just! You'll find examples from the sub-disciplines and a video of everyone's favorite chimpanzee whisperer, Jane Goodall. And in case you are working on a paper, please use the APA Citation tab. All the information you need to properly cite your research is right there.

National Association for the Practice of Anthropology


Guide Creators

Future Librarians

Jonathan Furr

Christopher Gardner

Elizabeth Roberts


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