Look for books written or edited by scholars and experts in anthropology. These are great for overviews on a topic as well as guidance for methods and procedures. They will often lead you to other experts and literature on the topic.
To search beyond the WCU collection, use the drop-down box in the Library Catalog to select WNCLN, which includes ASU and UNCA. Or you can use the link below.
To search beyond the WNCLN Network, try WorldCat or FirstSearch. You can request articles and books via our Interlibrary Loan service.
Anthropologists often share new discoveries via peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals. You can find these via databases such as the ones listed on this guide, including the one-search. Be sure to limit to peer review (or scholarly/peer-reviewed). Scholarly articles are written for other experts, so are less likely to include introductory materials.
How to find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles in Anthropology:
Try the EBSCO Quick Search Box below, or one of the other recommended search tools.
Use these to find background information, to get topic ideas. Entries will point you to key resources and scholars in the discipline.
General Interest (i.e., non-scholarly)
Scholarly Journals (Peer-reviewed)