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Evolutionary Anthropology

This guide was created by Hannah Rozear, Duke's Librarian for Biological Sciences, to highlight resources relevant to research in Evolutionary Anthropology.

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Hannah Rozear
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I'm Hannah Rozear, Duke's Librarian for Evolutionary Anthropology. This guide features resources to help you get started with research in evolutionary anthropology at Duke. I can help you with things like: planning a literature review, using citation managers, or navigating Duke's vast resources. You can email me with any questions you have, or schedule a Zoom consultation for one-on-one research help.

Recommended Starting Points

The following databases are interdisciplinary and allow you to search across thousands of journals for key literature in evolutionary anthropology and related disciplines. See specialized databases for more focused literature related to biology, primatology, or anthropology.

Specialized Databases for Evolutionary Anthropology