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ANTH 231: Native North American Cultures: Books

Anthologies vs. Monographs

Edited anthologies are book-length texts that include a set of essays or articles by a variety of authors. Monographs are a book-length text (not a collection of essays or articles).  You can't always tell from the record in the catalog whether a book is an edited volume or not--you may need to actually look at the physical book or go into the ebook to figure it out. If a book is written by one or two authors, it is considered a monograph.  If the book contains chapters or essays by a bunch of different authors, that is an anthology.  

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Call Number

If you would like to browse in the stacks for books about Native Americans, you will find many of them located in the following call number area:

E75-99      Indians of North America