RLG Adds Anthropological Literature to CitaDel

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The Research Libraries Group (RLG) has added Anthropological Literature--a file of over 83,000 citations compiled by Tozzer Library, Harvard's anthropology library--to its CitaDel citation and document delivery service. The file is the most comprehensive index to research in anthropology available today.

File citations refer to articles from over 800 scholarly journals and 200 monographic series on anthropology and related fields from the Tozzer Library collection. Coverage, dating mainly from 1984 to the present, includes research articles and reports, commentaries, review essays and obituaries. Subjects include archaeology, cultural and social anthropology, biological and physical anthropology, linguistics, sociology, history, economics, art history, religious studies, music area studies (Latin American, Africa, East Asia), and African-American studies. Materials are in a variety of languages--English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Croatian, Catalan, and Afrikaans. Online records contain English translations of the title if supplied by the journal or edited work.

Anthropological Literature will be updated quarterly with approximately 2000 new citations. …