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I have created this guide as a helpful starting point for your research in Law and Anthropology, especially in terms of finding relevant source material, including both quantitative and qualitative data. The links I include here by no means exhaust the resources LUMS Library makes available for your research, so if you don't find something you're looking for, please email me or make an appointment to meet with me using the contact information on this page.
Gad and Birgit Rausing Library is a multi-disciplinary library serving the faculty, students, researchers, and staff of the university. It is providing quality innovativeservices to its' patrons.
Pakistan Association of Anthropology will provide a platform to Anthropologist..."Bridging Change". Our Slogan is "DEVELOPMENT OF PAKISTAN THROUGH PRACTICING ANTHROPOLOGY"
Your bibliography must follow either the APA, MLA or The Chicago Manual of Style. Whatever style you use, make sure you use it correctly and consistently. Do not have more than one style in a bibliography.
The Gurmani Centre for Languages and Literature has launched its blog! Keep updated with the newest research, opinions and musing of the Gurmani faculty and fellows.
Plagiarism Detection Service
Library facilitates LUMS faculty's access to online plagiarism detection and management software i-e Turnitin. Library also provides similarity report and certificate according to HEC rules for final thesis and projects.For similarity Index reports and certificates contact: