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Ethnic, Gender and Transborder Studies: Find Books

HOW TO LOCATE THIS GUIDE

To locate this guide by URL: https://libguides.pima.edu/EGTS

WHY BOOKS?

African American girl with books

Why use books?

Books may be useful when...

You want focused, in-depth information about a subject.  However, the depth to which a book covers your topic may vary.
 

NOTE: If you need general information about a topic, find a General Reference resource using the green tab at the top.  If your research topic is very current, try finding articles instead, as books will not have the most current information.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION

The main call number section for Anthropology in the LC classification is GN:

G - Geography, Anthropology

G - Geography (General)
GA - Mathematical Geography, Cartography
GB - Physical Geography
GC - Oceanography
GE - Environmental Sciences
GF - Human Ecology
GN - Anthropology, Ethnology, Ethnography
GR - Folklore
GT - Manners and Customs
GV - Sports and Recreation
 

Search the Catalog

Begin your research by seeing if there are any library books, e-books, or DVDs about your topic.

Search the Library Catalog

   

 

 Tips for searching the catalog:

  • USE simple words or phrases, like "gender", "native american spirituality" or "mexican americans",
  • AVOID typing in long phrases. (See what happens when you type in "What were the developments in the Civil Rights movement?")
  • Find books at a specific campus by clicking .
  • Or request books from another campus by clicking  .

EBOOK COLLECTIONS

SUGGESTED PRINT BOOKS

Keywords & Subject Headings

Search for information using keywords and subject headings.  Some suggested keywords are below. Click on the links to search these topics in the catalog.

Hint: You can use the same keywords to find articles in our periodical databases.

Google E-books

If you can't find a specific book in the library, try searching Google's ebook collection.  It sometimes offers previews or full access to various ebooks online.