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Anthropology Library Floor Plan and Tour: Home

Floorplan and Visual Tour of the Anthropology Library in 230 Anthropology and Art Practice Building

Welcome To The Anthropology Library

The Anthropology Library includes academic works covering socio-cultural anthropology, traditional cultures, archaeology, folklore methods and theory as well as physical anthropology. Collections focus on historical areas of faculty interest along with current research interests. The library currently holds approximately 59,000 print volumes, with several thousand more stored off-site, and provides access to over 12,000 ebooks on archaeology, ethnography, or anthropology.

The library is located on the second floor of the Anthropology and Art Practice Building, Room 230. It occupies two levels and includes ample space for quiet study as well as two areas for small group collaboration. Computers, scanning and black/white printing are available. 

Please explore our library services by clicking through the tabs above or the links below.

Main Level

Anthropology Library Floorplan - Lower Level

Circulation Desk New Books Current Periodicals
Public Computers Printing Scanning
Quiet Study Area Group Study Space Library Stacks


Upper Level

Anthropology Library Floor Plan Upper Level