Do you always read articles from start to finish? There may be a better way! This helpful guide by Frederique Laubepin explains the typical parts of a scholarly journal article, and strategies for reading.
Use this encyclopedia to get a comprehensive overview of the current state of knowledge in the field of primatology. Sample entries: "Ancient DNA," "Evolution of the Hominoidea," and "Asian Origin Theory."
These subject-specific journals publish review articles in the biomedical sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences. Try a search on "human evolution" or "chimpanzees" to see what's out there on the topics you are studying in class.
OneSearch is the Brandeis Library's main catalog and database search tool.
Library Catalog: Your first stop to connect to items that the Library owns or has immediate access to. Brandeis and More: Your second stop if you want to broaden your search beyond Brandeis. Request materials from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan. Course Reserves: Search for books and films that have been set aside for your courses. Archives and Special Collections: Search for rare and unique materials (both physical and digital) held by Brandeis Library. Brandeis ScholarWorks: Search for research and creative work created by Brandeis faculty, students, and staff.
If you want to explore more about the topics covered in this class, take a look at our research guides for the fields of anthropology, archaeology, and biology.