DaVinci's "The Vitruvian Man (c.1485)"
Anthropology (Oxford English Dictionary):
1. The study or description of human beings or human nature (generally, rather than as a distinct field of study; cf. sense 2); a theory or account of this, as held by a specific person or group.
2b. The scientific study of the human race; the branch of science which investigates the human species as a part of the animal kingdom, including comparative anatomy and psychology of humans and their closest animal relatives, human palaeontology and ecology, theories of human evolution, and the development and variety of human populations and their societies and cultures. Also: this discipline as a subject of academic study.
Albertsons Library provides access to over 320+ research databases and indexes via the Databases tab on the library's homepage: http://library.boisestate.edu
We have created several subject-specific lists of databases germane to your topic. For Anthropology, the following databases cover the spectrum of anthropological research and scholarship:
Ethnographic Video Online
Provides the largest, most comprehensive resource for the study of human culture and behavior–-more than 750 hours and 1,000 films at completion
Useful tutorials and how-to videos from the Human Relation Area Files (HRAF)