Welcome to your guide to library resources at NDSU! I am Megan Browndorf, the Social Sciences Librarian at the NDSU Libraries and the Libraries' liaison to the Department of Anthropology.
Anthropology is a wide-ranging field with four subfields: Cultural/Social Anthropology, Physical/Biological Anthropology, Linguistics and Archaeology. Anthropology also overlaps with a number of other disciplines, including biology, ecology, sociology, psychology, economics, political science, women's studies and various area studies. Therefore, in anthropology, in order to do comprehensive research, it is important to think about which other disciplines may touch on your topic.
I am in the process of developing and updating these pages to assist students, faculty, and staff in researching and locating information about anthropology and related fields. Please keep checking in! Input is welcome and appreciated.
Schedule a Meeting or Instruction Session
I am happy to meet with students and faculty one-on-one, in a group, or as part of an instruction class at any time. In addition to electronic and physical resources, the libraries offer many research and reference services.
These services include, but are not limited to:
- Individual research assistance for undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty
- Discipline, class, and project-specific instruction sessions on finding, using, and citing library resources
- Discipline, class and project-specific tutorials and guides
Faculty can use the link above to request a meeting or an instruction session by e-mail (email@example.com) or call me at 701.231.8817. Please include your class name, the details of the type of instruction you would like, location, number of students, and a preferred time and date. In the case of reference help, please include details about the project. I will contact you for confirmation and other details.
Students can use the above link to request a meeting by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me at 701.231.8817. Please include your class name and department, information on your project, any relevant deadlines, and a selection of times and dates you would be available to meet. I will contact you for confirmation and other details.