Course Guides supplement the departmental guides with information and resources specific to the topics covered in your course. Refer to the departmental guides for additional resources in this subject area.
Use PantherCAT to locate materials owned by the Duggan Library. Subject searching is most effective when you use standardized Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH).
Additional Reference Sources
In addition to the titles listed in the Reference Resources tab of the main Anthropology Guide, the following titles specific to the Middle Ages will provide additional information and context about the time.
American Immigrant Cultures: builders of a nation
REFC E184 .A1 A63448 1997
REFC H35 E35 2008
(Look for the February 1, 2008 issue within this volume. It is dedicated to the Immigration Debate.)
Encyclopedia of Americam Immigration
REFC JV6465 E53 2000
Encyclopedia of Diasporas: immigrant and refugee cultures around the world
REFC JV6225 E53 2005
You may also want to consult our e-reference databases:
Library of Congress Subject Headings
The following Library of Congress Subject Headings may be used when searching PantherCAT, WorldCat, or other library catalogs:
emigration and immigration
immigrants - cultural assimilation
You may also subdivide other subject headings by time period, as in the following examples:
Biography - Middle Ages
Europe - history - 20th century
And don't forget that you can do a subject search on people by name:
Child, Julia (lastname, firstname)
Country Studies and Background Notes
Some additional resources for the study of individual countries:
The primary scholarly source for journal articles in Anthropology is SocIndex with Full Text, available through the EBSCOhost system.
A secondary source available to you is AnthroSource. While we do not have subscription access to AnthroSource, the database is open for citation searching. You can use the SFX Citation Linker to determine if print or electronic full text is available for citations found through AnthroSource.
Additional scholarly articles in Anthropology/Sociology can be found in Academic Search Premier, JSTOR, and Project MUSE.