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Introduction to Anthropology

An introduction to anthropology related resources available through NYU library's online collection.

Cultural Anthropology

Cultural anthropology is the study of the differences of living society. Cultural anthropology is traditionally based on the work of an ethnographer who lives among members of another culture. An ethnography is the description and analysis of time spent within a group or culture. Conducting fieldwork is characteristic of the ethnographic process.

The following suggested resources will be useful for locating information specific to cultural and social anthropology.

Gender and Ethnic Studies

The Ancient World

Africa & The Middle East

North and South America

East & South East Asia