Archives and Special Collections, NU Libraries, collects historically significant records of the University, as well as Documenting Diversity of under-represented communities in Boston. Stop by during their operating hours, or contact them for an appointment.
Starting your research and need some background information?
International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences covers various aspects of anthropology and the social sciences.
CQ Researcher with in-depth, unbiased coverage of topics such as bullying, health care, death penalty, race and ethnicity.
DSM 5, the standard reference for clinical practice in the mental health field, and helpful resource for description of disorders, behaviors, emerging assessment measure, cultural formation, etc.
PolicyFile is updated weekly with abstracts and links to international and domestic policy papers and reports. Browse the links to organizations, or keyword search for reports, ranging from "Curbing Violence in Nigeria (II): The Boko Haram Insurgency" or "The Challenge of Credit Card Debt for the African American Middle Class.
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Looking for Anthropology-specific research?
AnthroSource, from the American Anthropological Association (AAA), is a
searchable/browsable collection of scholarly publications.
JSTOR, is huge collection of scholarly articles. Use Advanced Search to work with
106 anthropology journal titles.
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (PQDT) Comprehensive --use Advanced Search.
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AAA (Amercan Anthropological Association) Style Guide may be downloaded from this link.
Snell Library Reference collection (3rd floor) includes the latest Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition, 2010) at Z253 .U69 2010 and online