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Featured New Books


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The Accompaniment: assembling the contemporary - Paul Rabinow; Michel Foucault
Call Number: GN33 .R25 2011
ISBN: 9780226701707
Publication Date: 2011-11-15
Fenwick Library

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Communitas - Edith Turner
Call Number: GN345 .T87 2012
ISBN: 9780230339088
Publication Date: 2011-12-15
Fenwick Library

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Berserk Style in American Culture - Kirby Farrell
Call Number: PS228.P74 F36 2011
ISBN: 9780230116634
Publication Date: 2011-07-15
Fenwick Library

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Jordan’s Point, Virginia : archaeology in perspective, prehistoric to modern times - Martha W. McCartney
Call Number: F232.P85 M29 2011
ISBN: 9780615455402
Publication Date: ca. 2011
Fenwick Library

 

What is anthropology?

Find out more about anthropology from the American Anthropological Association and others! If you decide to pursue a career in anthropology, what kind of training do you need? What areas of specialty interest you?

 

Jobs in Anthropology

A sampling of sites to look for and explore employment opportunities:

Anthropology Blogs

For the inner journalist, try a blog to share information - read about your favorite anthropology topic - debate a burning current issue!

  • Anthropology Blog Newspaper
    A great place to find a blog. These are updated every 3 hours.
  • Open Access Anthropology
    A blog by organized volunteers devoted to open access alternatives to anthropological publications.
  • Savage Minds
    A collective web log devoted to sharing anthropology with a broader audience and offering an online forum for discussing the latest developments in the field.
  • Top 100
    To help you choose where to start a dialog, take a look at an annotated list of the top 100 anthropology blogs.

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