Books are an important part of anthropology research. In addition to the books in its collection, RIT Libraries provides access to books at other institutions through ConnectNY and Interlibrary Loan.
You have two options when searching for anthropology books in RIT's collection.
You can search for your culture as a keyword, looking for any book that uses your term in the title, author, publisher, subject, or notes field.
Or, you can search for your culture as a subject, finding any book that is about your culture regardless of the words used to describe the text.
Search RIT's catalog by keyword using the box below:
Search RIT's catalog by subject using the box below:
If RIT doesn't have what you need, you can search ConnectNY, a consortium of New York State Libraries that will loan books to RIT students, faculty, and staff for free.
Search ConnectNY's catalog using the box below:
WorldCat allows you to search library collections across globe all in one place. Items not available through RIT or ConnectNY can then be requested through interlibrary loan for free.
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