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A guide to resources that support anthropological & archeological research
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Welcome to the Anthropology & Archeology Research Guide! This guide will help you to find library and online resources (books, scholarly articles) useful for your research. It also will point you out to other online resources that may be useful for your research.

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In this Thursday, March 1, 2012 photo, Brazilian anthropologist Juliana Mol works, unearthing ruins from the 1800s in Rio de Janeiro, when that port area of the city was at the center of slave trade. Inside the trenches dug by a team led by archaeologists, layers of the city's own past offer themselves up to view. The deepest are Valongo's walkways, laid in 1811 on the outskirts of Rio when city administrators decided they didn't want the filth, smell and health hazard that came with having slaves unloaded and paraded, naked and often sick, in the center of town. The history of slave trade in the city, where up to a million slaves were traded, is being unearthed as part of a multi-billion dollar project remaking Rio's port region into a tourism and business hub ahead of the 2016 Olympics. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Photo Caption: In this Thursday, March 1, 2012 photo, Brazilian anthropologist Juliana Mol works, unearthing ruins from the 1800s in Rio de Janeiro, when that port area of the city was at the center of slave trade. Inside the trenches dug by a team led by archaeologists, layers of the city's own past offer themselves up to view. The deepest are Valongo's walkways, laid in 1811 on the outskirts of Rio when city administrators decided they didn't want the filth, smell and health hazard that came with having slaves unloaded and paraded, naked and often sick, in the center of town. The history of slave trade in the city, where up to a million slaves were traded, is being unearthed as part of a multi-billion dollar project remaking Rio's port region into a tourism and business hub ahead of the 2016 Olympics. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

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