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EVANTH 495S: Advanced Research in Evolutionary Anthropology

Subject Librarian

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Elena Feinstein
Contact:
Perkins Library
elena.feinstein@duke.edu
919-660-1578

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Access Tips

Getting the Full-Text of Articles

Many databases only provide abstracts and not the full-text of articles.  Look for the Get It @ Duke button  near an article citation and click on it to see if the library provides online access.

Off-Campus Access to E-Resources

Most online library databases and journals can be accessed off-campus via proxy server. You will need to connect to these e-resources using your NetID and password. Details, including VPN and other options, are here.

Interlibrary Request

If the library doesn't provide access to a particular article or book, you can still get it through Interlibrary Request. For each article or book, fill out this form.

Source Tips

By this point, most of you will find it easy to distinguish between popular and scholarly sources. However, it can take years of practice to become skilled at quickly determining whether a given article is relevant for your specific research question and to efficiently understand its conclusions and limitations. Some of the links below may be helpful.