The assignments for ANTH 2215 are short essays. You'll need to find information to support your perspectives, from reference texts to scholarly articles to necrologies - start here!
Festschriften (German) or melanges (French)
These are celebratory volumes of work published in honour of a prominent scholar.
Useful ways to search for these include the terms "in honour of," "in celebration of," "a festschrift for," and the honoured scholar's name.
Necrologies are a listing of people who have died during a specific time period; obituaries are short notices of death. Many newspapers will have a specific search for obituaries. Look for a link or select "obituary" under type.
In most databases, you can choose to search within book reviews as a type. This is a good way of understanding the context of a scholar's work from a critical perspective.
Use * to say "I don't care how this word ends"
OR to combine alternate terms for the same concept group,
AND to combine different concepts,
e.g. (Syro-Palestinian OR Palestininan OR Levantine) AND (Judean Pillar Figurines OR pillar figurines OR JPF)
Finding too much?
Finding too little?
For better searching, think of multiple ways to describe your topic
Citation is stating where you got your information.
The reasons you cite:
You need to cite: