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Sewanee Writing Center
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.
ACRL WGSS Women and Gender Studies Resources
This carefully developed collection of links to online resources is maintained by the Women & Gender Studies Section (WGSS) of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). It comprises annotated links to resources vetted by subject specialist librarians. Among the vast collection are included things such as links to key international organizations that focus on research surrounding women and gender studies.
Resources on the Web
American Anthropological Association
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.
American Folklife Center
From the Library of Congress, this site pulls together a vast number of resources in the areas of folklore, anthropology, and related disciplines.
Annual Review of Anthropology
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.
This site offers the ability to search or browse free, online resources that are geared toward academic use. Each of the hundreds of resources listed in the database are well annotated.
National Anthropological Archives
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.
National Archaeology Database
This database, a joint project with the National Park Service and the University of Arkansas, provides access to a repository of 350,000 archaeological citations as well as other resources.
Films on Demand
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.
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