You can find all of SFU's books and journals (both online and print) in the SFU Library Catalogue.
Check out our new books in Archaeology.
- 3D laser scanning for heritage : advice and guidance on the use of laser scanning in archaeology and architecture
- Identified skeletal collections : the testing ground of anthropology?
- Making intangible heritage : El Condor Pasa and other stories from UNESCO
- Adventures in archaeology : the wreck of the Orca II and other explorations
- The monumental challenge of preservation : the past in a volatile world
- NATURE AND CHALLENGES OF INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGIES.
- The long journeys home : the repatriations of Henry 'Ōpūkaha'ia and Albert Afraid of Hawk
- Making Machu Picchu : the politics of tourism in twentieth-century Peru
- Bioarchaeology of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica : an interdisciplinary approach
- Titanic lives : on board, destination Canada
- World heritage and sustainable development : new directions in world heritage management
See Archaeology: SFU Library Databases for a list of databases subscribed to by the SFU Library which contain articles.
For information on a specific site, try searching:
- The Library's Archaeology and Anthropology databases by site name.
- The Library Catalogue:
- By keyword, using "site report" and place name; or the subject terms below.
- By subject heading, using:
- Excavations (archaeology) -- [Place].
- Indians of North America -- [Place] -- Antiquities.
- [Place] -- Antiquities.
- New! Issue 47. Archaeogaming: a book review by Krijn Boom
- New! Issue 47. Day of Archaeology 2011-2017: Global Community, Public Engagement, and Digital Practice
- New! Issue 47. Archaeological and environmental investigation of three prehistoric field systems in Gwynedd, north-west Wales
- New! Issue 47. Recent Investigations at Two Long Barrows and Reflections on their Context in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site and Environs
- New! Issue 50. Big Data on the Roman Table: new approaches to tablewares in the Roman world Edited by Penelope Allison, Martin Pitts and Sarah Colley
From Stone Pages (Stonehenge, stone circles, and other archaeology of megalithic Europe)