September 2008 Entries
RAL is a refereed series dedicated to the five subfields of Anthropology (Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Linguistics and Social Anthropology) with a regional focus on New Zealand, the Pacific, and Australasia.
Early English Books Online (EEBO) has a new Introductions Series, which provides concise and informative commentaries on some of the less well known texts in EEBO. Each contribution to the series has been prepared by a specialist in the field of early modern studies and offers insights into a range of contextual, bibliographical, and reception-based issues associated with a given
The Entring Book is the longest and richest diary of public life in England during the era of the Glorious Revolution.
The book together with a fully searchable CD-ROM of the entire Entring Book is available here in the Library.
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga initiated and developed the National Māori and Indigenous (MAI) post-graduate programme which has succeeded in achieving its target of over 500 new enrolled or completed Māori doctorate graduates within a five-year period. Nga Pae o te Māramatanga is now offering a similar programme focusing on developing indigenous scholarship at honours and masters level.
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā karangatanga maha o ngā hau e whā, malo e lelei, fakalofa lahi atu, talofa lava, ni sa bula, kia orana, tēnā koutou. Ki a rātou kua rūpeke atu ki tua, kua ea, hoki ki a tātou o te ora, tēnā koutou katoa.
To those currently undertaking the task of research pertaining to Māori or Pasifika perceptions, then please do not hesitate to come and visit our services on Ground Floor, General Library | Te Herenga Mātauranga Whānui, Far corner by the computers.
The latest addition to the Germanica Pacifica series is Following a South Seas Dream: August Engelhardt and the Sonnenorden by Sven Mönter, a PhD candidate with the Anthropology and History Departments.
There will be Library tutorials for ANTHRO 100 on 17th and 19th September. This is to help you with the essay Assignment Two. The tutorial will cover keyword searching in Voyager and an introduction to databases.
Please book online for your regular tutorial time.
There is no 9 o'clock session (as the essay workshop is on at that time). If you would normally attend a 9 o'clock tutorial please book for one of the later ses
The journal IRAQ is now available in JSTOR.
Library tutorials for Development Studies students are being held in September, covering finding 'news'.
The BBC Monitoring Library is a searchable online database from BBC Monitoring, part of the Global News Division of the BBC.
The trial runs until 28 September 2008.
The FTV Collection of videos and DVDs is now all catalogued on Voyager. This is the place you should go to search for all videos and DVDs held at the Audiovisual Library. Please do not rely on information found in the FTV database anymore as it is not being updated.
This is a searchable online encyclopedia published by Wiley-Blackwell in association with the International Communication Association. It comprises over 1,330 newley-commissioned A-Z entries, divided into 29 editorial areas representing major fields of inquiry, each of which is headed by a leading expert in the field.
Click here to access trial.