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ANTH 640 - Anthropology of Islam (UNH Durham): Find Books

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Common call number range

Anthropology (Generally):    GN

Physical Anthropology:    GN 49-GN 298  

Ethnology. Social and Cultural Anthropology:    GN 301-GN 673

Prehistoric Archaeology:    GN 700-GN 890  

Folklore:    GR 

Manners and Customs (General):    GT


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This subject is multidisciplinary so useful books will often be found in other call number ranges. For example, descriptions of individual ethnic groups will be found in call number range D through F, not in GN.

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