Not exactly sure where to start your research? Here are three ideas
Find a bibliography
Anthropology - Oxford bibliographies: Experts have compiled annotated lists of academic resources organized into anthropological subtopics. When you identify an interesting item, click on the "+Find This Item" link to locate the full text in the Library's collections.
Look for articles
Anthropology Plus: Contains citations for articles in anthropology, ethnology, archaeology, and folklore. When you find an interesting item, click on the "Get it @ Laurier" link to locate the full text in the Library's collections.
Sites of Interest to Anthropology
- Academic Info: Anthropology. Comprehensive site with met-indexes and directories
- American Anthropological Association
- Public Anthropology
- Folklife Sourcebook database Ethnographic resources from around the world
- Royal Anthropological Institute
- Eldis: the gateway to development information
Resources for Cultural Ecology
- Center for World Indigenous Studies Documents and Publications. Web site of a research and education organization which promotes understanding of Fourth World Nations
- Indigenous Environmental Network Deals with environmental concerns from a grassroots indigenous perspective
- NativeWeb. This site offers over 3,000 Internet resource links dealing with indigenous cultures around the world
Resources for Indigenous Peoples of North America
- Assembly of First Nations Important site covering Canadian First Nations' issues including current events
- First Nations Seeker. Directory of Canada's First Nations Portals
- Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Canadian Government site.
- Index of Native American Resources on the Internet Excellent coverage for native art including artists, galleries, and museums.