There are a number of print materials in the department--books, journals, newsletters, and materials on file. These may not be taken out of the department but students may use them and copy from them. This site is a rough guide to what is available. The locations of these materials are coded as follows:
L = Lounge/Meeting Room, Palme 100 (open until 10:30 pm)
P = Palme 200 (may be locked up; inquire of Professor Smail)
We also have a list of Anthropology Graduate Departments that can be accessed via website addresses.
- Summer and Career Opportunities
- Graduate School Catalogs and Information
- Course materials, syllabi, and honors theses
- AAA Abstracts Annual meetings (1994 to present) - L
Summaries of papers presented.
- AIA Newsletter (1999-2000) - L
- American Anthropologist, AAA (2001) - L
- Annual Review of Anthropology (1972-83) - L
The review articles in this journal are an excellent bibilographic starting point for many a research paper. The library also subscribes. Search it electronically on JSTOR.
- Anthropology Newsletter (1999-present) - L
Published monthly, this has informaion on grants, job listings, a meetings calendar, news about the AAA, and discussion of current issues in anthropology.
- Archaeology (1993-present) - L
A glossy magazine with attractive photographs and useful articles about current research.
- Cultural Survival Newsletter (1980-1981) - L
- Cultural Survival Quarterly (various - 2001) - L
An advocacy journal for tribal peoples. Contains articles useful in research about development and culture change.
- Expedition (1969-1971) - L
- Practicing Anthropology (1991-present) - L
A career oriented publication of the Society for Applied Anthropology.
- SAA Bulletin (1997-2000) - L
- PARI Journal (1998-present) - L
- Old World Archaeology Newsletter (1989-96) - L
Reports of current archaeological research, grants, conferences and exhibitions, study and excavation, recent publications, and announcements.
Summer and Career Opportunities
Find a file on summer field schools and career options in Palme's front entry.
- Alternative America by Richard Gardner (1990) - L
- Anthropology Beyond the University, edited by Alden Redfield (1973) - L
- Centers for Training in Physical Anthropology, compiled by Richard H. Osborne and Kenneth A. Bennet (1979) - L
- The Social Worlds of Higher Education (1999) - L
- Careers in Anthropology by John T. Omohundro (2001) - L
- "So, uh, What Do You Plan to Do With That?," a Student Advisory Board publication (2000) - L
- International Directory of Primatology (1996) - L
Non-traditional, non-profit, progressive, volunteer and employment information
- Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin (various) - L
- The Archaeological Job Seekers Resource Book (1995) - L
For USA, contact information on government and private employers
- ASA Employment Bulletin (1996-present) - L
- Embarking Upon a Career with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology. ASA, (1993) - L
See also the list of top ranked graduate programs elsewhere on this web site .
Click here to view the top graduate schools in anthropology.
- AAA Guide (to programs and departments) - L
- Guide to Graduate Education in Urban and Regional Planning, 1996 - L
- Report of the Survey of Departments (various 1977-1988) - L
Anthropology programs--financial aid, minorities, number of faculty, etc.
- Survey of Anthropology PhDs. (1988, 1990). - L
Ratings, demographic data, employment and unemployment, post-doctoral fellowships
- Fulbright Scholar Program (1995-96, 2002-03) - L
- Honors theses - L
There is a complete list of these under the Awards section of this web site. All honors theses are also archived in the library.
- Syllabi of courses - L
Look for notebooks of these in the lounge. Current courses are also on doors or bulletin boards.
- Department Bulletin Board - First floor Palme