The study of human cultures can be an interdisciplinary experience, depending upon the nature of your research topic. While conducting research in the topic of human cultures, you may find an abundance of relevant sub-topics or need to conduct research in other, related fields of study such as sociology, psychology, art, or religion. The keyword search function in the UAL Catalog allows for experimentation 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.
In the UA Libraries Catalog, use a "Keyword" search to find relevant books. If you know the title, select the "Title" tab, then enter the beginning of the title. You can also try a "Subject" search to locate appropriate subject headings. Select the heading to retrieve a list of books from the catalog.
To browse books on Anthropology visit the GN call numbers on the 2nd floor of Bierce Library: