Pro tip! When you find a good article, click "UC e-links" to get a PDF. If Berkeley doesn't have it, use "interlibrary loan" to request it.
1. Use our library VPN to read articles from off-campus.
2. Search for an article title, in quotes, on our library homepage:
3. Search for the title, in quotes, on Google Scholar, and download PDFs posted online.
4. Request digital articles from Interlibrary Loan, and we'll try to get them from another library.
5. Contact your librarian for more help!
Annual Review of Anthropology highlights key literature on broad topics like cognitive anthropology, the anthropology of money, or social networks. Start here to build a good literature review.
Abstracts in Anthropology gives a short summary of recent articles.
Reviews in Anthropology uses several recent books to discuss a particular theme ("human-dog relationships").
Use Browzine to keep up with the latest articles in your area:
Login to the website or iPad app while on campus to set up an account. Create a "bookshelf" of your favorite journals, get notified of new articles, and download them to read later! See our guide for more.
Set up Google Scholar Alerts to see when Google finds a new academic article in your area. You'll want to come up with very specific terms, as they find a lot.
Finally, get email alerts from Wiley when their 32 journals in anthropology publish new issues. Their website has instructions.