Pro tip! When you find a good article, click to get the online PDF. If Berkeley doesn't have that journal, use "interlibrary loan" to request that we buy it from another library.
Annual Review of Anthropology summarize the current literature on a topic like cognitive anthropology, the anthropology of money, or social networks. Start here before your literature review to learn which articles to cite.
Abstracts in Anthropology gives a short summary of recent articles.
Reviews in Anthropology discuss a particular theme ("human-dog relationships") by comparing several recent books.
Browzine lets you see the latest anthropology articles in context, in their original journal, so that you don't miss something important just because you didn't search for the right words. Login to the website or iPad app when on campus and set up an account. Then, create a "bookshelf" of your favorite journals for the subfields you follow. Get notified when a new issue is published, browse the table of contents, and download the interesting articles! See our help guide for more.
Set up Google Scholar Alerts to get notified when Google indexes an academic article in your area. Stay specific (e.g. your librarian tracks the search qualitative librarianship observations to see when qualitative research on libraries comes out).
Wiley-Blackwell holds rights to the AAA's 32 journals in anthropology. Their website has instructions on how to get email updates on new issues.