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Anthropology: Home

Resources for Anthropology coursework.

What Is A Database?

A library database is a digital library that provides access to published sources such as: eBooks, reference sources, magazine articles, academic journal articles and scientific studies, newspapers, and films. 

Users can search for their topic by a variety of ways: keyword, subject, author, magazine title, article title, etc. 


Reference Sources


Search in Credo Reference for definitions and in-depth coverage from specialized encyclopedias about events, peoples,cultures/customs and other Anthropology related concepts.

Alternative Databases


All Databases

To search your topic in discipline specific database, select Databases A-Z and read the description to understand the scope and focus of each database. 

Databases A-Z

Off Campus Login

When accessing the library databases from home, you will be prompted to log in with your KCTCS email and password.

Off Campus Log In


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If you are a student or faculty member who would like one-on-one help with a reference librarian, contact Katie Meyer (270) 706-8443 or Laurie MacKellar (270) 706-8439 to set up a research appointment.