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Social Anthropology books are located in the Main Library and include the following 2 collections.
Centre for Amerindian Studies (CAS) Collection
Monographs and periodical parts covering a range of subject areas, mostly relating to Central and South America, and specialising in anthropology and languages. Much of the collection is in English, with significant amounts in Spanish and Portuguese and some works in Amerindian languages. Many of the items were donated by the late Rev. Douglas Gifford and others by Professor Joanna Overing
Books from the Library of the late Sr Steven Lee Rubenstein on anthropology, Latin American studies and the social sciences more generally. Dr Rubenstein's research was based on ethnographic fieldwork among Shuar people, an indigenous group of Amazonian Ecuador.
Using primary source materials, Migration to the New Worlds provides insight into the stories of migrants from the UK, Ireland, Europe and Asia to the New World and Australasia, in the 19th and early 20th centuries. A database of letters, diaries, government papers, pamplets, shipping papers, photographs, hand-drawn maps etc from a range of archival sources.
Includes access to Oxford Bibliographies. Latino Studies exploring the Hispanic minority in the United States. Research guides written by eminent scholars in the field offering expert recommendations on books, articles and websites.
a survey of current publications relating to film scholarship alongside filmographies. The database contains three different indexes: American Film Institute (AFI) Catalog; FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals; and the British Film Institute's Film Index International.
A collection of primary source documents about Latin America and the Caribbean, includes academic journals and news feeds covering the region; reference articles and commentary; maps and statistics; audio and video.