Yes, you have access to their resources BUT ONLY ONSITE NOT REMOTELY
So yes, this would require a trip to Cal State East Bay but you would have access to specialized databases like:
Anthropology, archaeology, applied anthropology, cultural and social anthropology, ethnohistory,
ethnomusicology, folklore, and linguistic anthropology
Includes index to articles published from the late 19th century to the present, including the complete contents of Anthropological Literature: An Index to Periodical Articles and Essays published quarterly since 1979. In many cases, you will need to find the print copy of the journal the article it contains of which you then look up the journal in CSU East Bay's Library Catalog.
*note: when you visit Cal State East Bay Library see a Reference Librarian (he/she will guide you to the appropriate resources)
If you visit Cal State East Bay Library you will also have access to the following journal titles:
American Journal of Physical Anthropology