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Anthropology

A subject guide for the UCL Department of Anthropology

Other Libraries

Find out more about using other libraries, and links to other library catalogues. To locate material not held by UCL you can use the Library Hub Discover site: an online catalogue with records of the holdings the top research libraries in the country.

 

  • Senate House Library: (University of London Library in Malet Street) has a strong collection in languages, the arts and social and historical sciences, and is especially strong in periodicals holdings. Any registered member of UCL can join the library and borrow from there.
     
  • The LSE library: holds the best collection in the UK for economics and has substantial material on social sciences and anthropology. It is available for reference use by any member of UCL, but only academic staff and research postgraduates may borrow from there.
     
  • The SOAS Library: (School of Oriental & African Studies) has excellent collections in African, Asian and Middle East material, which is relevant for regional studies. It is available for reference use by any member of UCL, but only academic staff and research postgraduates may borrow from there.
     
  • The Anthropology Library at British Museum is part of the Museum's Anthropology Library and Research Centre and is one of the world's major specialist anthropological collections. The library is open to the public for reference and research only. Fellows of the RAI are eligible to borrow books donated by the RAI.
     
  • British Library: UCL staff and students can apply directly for reference access.The British Library Map Room contains maps from all over the world dating from the 15th Century and is the national map library of Great Britain.

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