The study of human diversity is interdisciplinary, meaning that you may need to conduct research in other areas, such as sociology, psychology, art, religion, etc. Use the keyword search in the Library Catalog to experiment with various search terms. Try as many as come to mind when thinking about your research topic. If necessary, consult your instructor or subject librarian for assistance with possible search terms.
TIP! Once you identify a relevant book in the catalog, click on the blue Subject term to bring up other books in that same category.
You can also visit Bierce Library to browse books on various topics of interest. Pick up a coffee at Starbucks on the first floor anf then begin with the GN call numbers on the 2nd floor:
- GN49-298 Physical anthropology
- GN62.8-265 Human variation
- GN269-279 Race (General)
- GN280.7 Man as an animal. Simian traits versus human traits
- GN281-289 Human evolution
- GN282-286.7 Fossil man. Human paleontology
- GN296-296.5 Medical anthropology
- GN301-674 Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology
- GN357-367 Culture and cultural processes
- GN378-396 Collected ethnographies
- GN406-517 Cultural traits, customs, and institutions
- GN406-442 Technology. Material culture Including food, shelter, fire, tools, etc.
- GN448-450.8 Economic organization. Economic anthropology
- GN478-491.7 Social organization
- GN492-495.2 Political organization. Political anthropology
- GN495.4-498 Societal groups, ethnocentrism, diplomacy, warfare, etc.
- GN502-517 Psychological anthropology
- GN537-674 Ethnic groups and races