AnthroSource is an online resource for core journals in the field, developed by the American Anthropological Association (AAA). Provides access to complete archives of all AAA journals.
A sample of anthropology journals that publish ethnographies, listed in order of SCIMAGO journal rankings:
Tutt Library subscribes to a database of ethnographies from around the world, the electronic version of Human Relations Area Files or HRAF. eHRAF World Cultures contains ethnographic collections covering all aspects of cultural and social life. Use eHRAF on or off campus.
Finding ethnographies in the library catalog is not simple. There isn't a specific Library of Congress subject heading just for ethnographies. Instead, ethnographies are catalogued with other books about the same regions or subject matter.
So, you have some options.
You can search for ethnographies by author. You can identify an ethnographer from class readings, discussions, or from one of the books in the Anthropology section of our reference collection (for example, Biographical dictionary of social and cultural anthropology, edited by Vered Amit.)
Then search through the following by author:
Start your search for journal articles in these recommended databases.
TIP! You can use the same kind of search strategies in these databases to find ethnographies in the library catalog.