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Resources for Anthropology

Anthropology, the comparative study of humankind, is a broad discipline dealing with aspects of history, culture, social structures, biology, geography and other fields. Subfields of anthropology are cultural anthropology, biological or physical anthropology, linguistics, and archaeology. The following list includes some of the most important sources available in the library but it is not complete.

This guide is a starting point; don't hesitate to ask a librarian for further assistance.

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Valley of Fire Petroglyphs -
Algerian Kabyle on the march -    

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