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A repository of high impact, peer-reviewed content. From Stanford University. Many are free access, but not all.
Online, full text access to key anthropology periodicals, including journals and newsletters.
Supplies indexing of global publications in the fields of social, cultural, medical, physical, biological, and linguistic anthropology, as well as ethnology, ethnography, archaeology, folklore, material culture, and interdisciplinary studies. Anthropology Plus represents the combined contents of Anthropological Literature from Harvard University and the Anthropological Index from the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Full text access to scholarly journals and books in arts and humanities, social sciences, and mathematics.
ScienceDirect, aka SciVerse ScienceDirect, contains journal articles and e-books in the life, physical, medical, technical, social sciences, fine arts and humanities from the publisher Elsevier. SciVerse Scopus is not available, please use Web of Science. Opposite click & save the link to the article or download the article to your computer, personal web space, or a flash drive. Do not email yourself a link. Note: ScienceDirect is occasionally inaccessible from off campus. We are working to correct this problem.
Web of Science
Massive collection of scholarly materials covers virtually all topic areas. Content, including articles, proceedings, and more, is pulled from various collections and is cross-searchable.
Biological Anthropology Journals of Note
Below are representative biological anthropology titles in the Auraria Library. Check out the following guide to get information on how to find books and ebooks on your topic:
Human Origins Program
At the Smithsonian. Includes up-to-date human ancestor tree.
From the Institute of Human Origins. Brings together interactive multimedia, research and scholarship to promote greater understanding of the course of human evolution.
Hosted by the Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center at Emory University, the Living Links site specializes in "comparisons of the social life, ecology, cognition, neurology, and molecular genetics of apes and humans."