Sociology & Anthropology
This page contains links to both subscribed resources available through the Archibald Library and recommended free resources.
Academic Search Complete is the world's most comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database. It contains a wide range of journal articles and other literature across virtually all academic disciplines.
E-books on EbscoHost (formerly NetLibrary)
This collection contains over 150,000 full-length e-books in virtually every academic discipline, with significant representation in the social sciences. The database allows for searching within the text of the books as well as title and subject searching.
JSTOR (Arts & Science I, II, III, & V)
JSTOR provides access to back issues of important journals in the arts and sciences. The library currently has access to four of their arts and science collections. Subject areas covered include: humanities, social sciences, business, music, and language.
Expanded Academic is a multi-disciplinary database of journal articles, with over 2,000 journals not represented in other library databases.
Recommended Internet Sources:
Info (Resource Directory)
A directory of useful links and resources sorted by specific subject areas. Most links include both printed reference works and electronic resources.
Links to thousands of full-text digital books from commercial and non-commercial publishers, universities, and various private sites. Most of these books, texts, and documents are free.
Directory of Open Access
Full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and many languages.
Access part or all of hundreds of thousands of books from university library collections. Google books can also be a great way to search inside books held in the Archibald Library's print collection.
Access scholarly literature in various forms including journal articles and conference papers. Also track citations of specific works.
Voice of the
Shuttle (Resource Directory)
Links to humanities and humanities-related resources (both primary and secondary).