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Anthropology: Home

Researching in the area of Anthropology


Throughout this Guide are  resources to get you started researching in the discipline of Anthropology.  Depending on your topic, you may also find the Guides in Archaeology, Classical Studies, History, and Sociology to be helpful. Further assistance is available at the Research Help Desk in the Gault Library, or by directly contacting the liaison librarian, Elys Kettling Law.

Browsing in Anthropology

The College of Wooster Libraries use the Library of Congress classification for materials. Anthropology resources are most often found under Library of Congress call letters GF (Anthropo-geography), GN (Anthropology), GR (Folklore), and GT (Manners & Customs).

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Elys Kettling Law
Research & Info Services Librarian
Gault Library, Room 103
330.263.2443 (office phone)

Need an Appointment?

 During the academic year, Elys is typically available 8:30am - 6pm, M-F.  Appointment requests can be made anytime using the Research Consultation Form.