Visit the the Sewanee Writing Center web site to learn how to get advice on your writing. It is advised that you make an appointment with one of the writing tutors who are stationed in the library several hours each day.
If you would like to look for documentaries and other video material beyond what is in our Video Collection, you may wish to search Films on Demand, which offers streaming video of hundreds of reputable works.
The AAA is the largest professional association in the field of anthropology. The web site offers a great deal of information about the association, its activities and the field of anthropology in general. Of particular note is the "Resources" portion of the AAA site.
Each year, Annual Reviews brings together some of the most salient research in several feields, including anthropology. Access in JSTOR ranges from 1972 to 2009; access from the Annual Reviews site ranges from 2007 to present.
From the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History, the NAA offers many valuable resources to researchers. Particularly helpful are the Guides to Collections, where, among other things, one can also find a detailed listing of Web Sites for Anthropologists.
eHRAF Archaeology is an online cross-cultural database containing information on world’s prehistory. The annually-growing eHRAF database is organized by archaeological traditions and the documents are subject-indexed at the paragraph level. eHRAF Archaeology is a unique resource designed to facilitate comparative archaeological studies.
eHRAF Archaeology is an online cross-cultural database containing descriptive information on archaeological traditions of the world and is modeled after eHRAF World Cultures. eHRAF is unique because each archaeological tradition contains a variety of documents (books, articles, and dissertations) that have been indexed and organized according to HRAF’s comprehensive tradition and subject classification systems: the Outline of Archaeological Traditions (OAT), and the Outline of Cultural Materials (OCM). These retrieval systems extend search capability well beyond keyword searching thus allowing for precise tradition and subject retrieval, even in a foreign language. The eHRAF Archaeology database provides researchers and students access to archaeological materials for comparative studies within and across regions.
eHRAF World Cultures is an online cross-cultural and ethnographic database that contains descriptive information on all aspects of cultural and social life. The annually-growing eHRAF database is unique in that the information is organized by cultures and ethnic groups and every document is subject-indexed at the paragraph level, facilitating precise retrieval within documents.
The eHRAF World Cultures is an online cross-cultural and ethnographic database containing descriptive information on cultures (based on the Outline of World Cultures -OWC) and ethnic groups from around the world. eHRAF is unique because each culture contains a variety of documents (books, articles, and dissertations) that have been subject-indexed at the paragraph level by anthropologists according to HRAF’s comprehensive Outline of Cultural Materials (OCM). This feature extends search capability well beyond keyword searching, allowing for precise culture and subject retrieval, even in a foreign language. As an ethnographic database, eHRAF appeals to many academic disciplines in the social sciences, humanities, medicine, and any other area with an interest in cultural diversity.