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ANTH 209: Forensic Anthropology: Find Books

WHAT'S THIS 'G' ALL ABOUT?

Wellesley College uses the Library of Congress classification system to organize books on the shelves.

The Library of Congress Class that includes Anthropology is G. Browsing the following call number range may produce helpful results.

For a more complete listing see:

www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/lcco/lcco.html

GN:  Anthropology (general)

GN49 - 298:  Physical anthropology

GN397:  Applied anthropology

GN301 - 674:  Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology

Book Locations and Maps

Quick Guide to Clapp Library Locations

Call # / Location  
Books & Videos A-DZ
Knapp Multimedia Ctr
Computer Classroom
First Floor

Computing Help Desk
Research Help Desk
Reference Books
Science Collection
Documents
Reserves

Second Floor
Books & Videos E-PM
PLTC
Third Floor
Books & Videos PN-Z
Archives
Special Collections
Book Arts Lab
Fourth Floor

 

How to find items by call number

Clapp Library Floor Plans

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Search the Library Catalog

Recommended Books

CATALOG SEARCH TIPS

Try a keyword search. Once you find a book that is relevant to your topic, use the subject headings of that book to help you find "more like this".

Useful subject headings for this discipline include

Not finding enough, or an item checked out? Search WorldCat and request a copy.

 

**Here's a little trick! Find the specific area in the library where your topic would be found. If there are not enough books in that area to satisfy you, MOVE TO THE LEFT. Classification systems in the library move to the right from the general to the more specific. If you move to the left, you will move UP in the hierarchy to the more general discipline out of which your topic lives.**