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Anthropology 112 (DeLugan)

Political Anthropology


You will be able to

  • ask questions related to an area of interest to help with scoping your research question.
  • identify search tools with information related to course themes 1) states, nation states, nation-building 2) transnational activity including collective agency, resistance, political action and 3) policy making.
  • use specific search strategies to retrieve relevant information.
  • locate DOI information (when available) for resources.
  • understand how Chicago Manual of Style treates DOIs in both the 16th and 17th editions.

Library Instructor

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Olivia Olivares
Kolligian Library
KL 260
(209) 285-7742