To find print books or eBooks in the Library Catalog, follow these steps:
1. Type your search in the Library Catalog search box above. The results will open in a new window.
2. Then, refine your results on the left-hand side of the page.
At each campus, books are organized using the Library of Congress (LC) Classification System. To find a book on the shelf, you will need some information from the Library Catalog. Under the title of the book in the catalog, you will see the Campus, Section, and Call Number.
For example, this information may be listed as Available at Brookhaven Campus (Brookhaven is the Campus where this book is located) Main Collection (main collection is the section where this book is located in library) GN 316 .K64 2002 (the call number tells where this book is shelved in the library).
If you want to browse our print collection in the library, here are some common LC classifications for those studying Anthropology:
If you'd like to search for items at other libraries, WorldCat can help. WorldCat lets you search the collections of libraries in your community and thousands more around the world. Click on the link below to search using WorldCat. TexShare card users can search local libraries for items using WorldCat. To request an item via Interlibrary Loan, click on the other link in this box.
In general, a search for Anthropology will show many results on your topic. To find books or eBooks on a specific topic, try searching the Library Catalog using one of the suggested subject searches below.
Topics in Archaeology:
Topics in Linguistic Anthropology:
Textbooks and other class materials are placed on reserve by instructors. These items can't leave the library, but you can check them out to use within the library. Course reserves can be found using the library catalog, linked below. You can also speak to the library staff to determine if a book is available at your campus.