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Go Beyond!

Don't just collect and gather---commit to a process of discovery and the construction of knowledge!

Applying the information you obtain to real-world issues can help you form valuable research insights.The pages below specifically discuss current issues in applied anthropology:

Applied Anthropology for Undergraduates


As an Applied Anthropologist, you will develop the skills to efficiently analyze collective human experience in local and global contexts.Use this guide to find library resources to support your research and coursework in Anthropology at USF. Use the tabs to the left of the page to locate different types of resources and services, waiting to be discovered!  

Each page holds links and tips to materials that can help enhance your knowledge of the various formats information can take, the many search methods you can use, and the different ways to incorporate the USF Libraries services into your anthropological studies. 

Seek Interdisciplinary Support

Many topics in Anthropology are interdisciplinary. In order to create a comprehensive literature review, you may want to search for information in other USF Libraries research guides: