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Academic Info: Anthropology
Gateway to resources in several fields of anthropological study.
ADS: Archaeology Data Service
Supports learning & research with high quality, dependable digital resources.
Ancient East Asia Web Site
A new independent website devoted to the archaeology and prehistory of China, Japan and Korea, inviting contributions from archaeologists, scholars and interested members of the public.
A database of thousands of reviewed web sites and bibliographic references.
Anthropology Resources
A directory of links and resources.
Anthropology Resources
Resources from the University of Oxford.
Latest news in Archaeology- updated daily.
An official online publication of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Archaeology Fieldwork.com
Job listings, dig information, news, and more.
Archaeology on the Net
Links and information.
Site dedicated to Croatian archaeology.
Archeology for Educators
A web page for educators wishing to incorporate Archaeology into their classrooms.
Archeology Today
Thousands of archaeology links.
ArchNet - Library for Archaeology
ArchNet serves as the World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology.
British & Irish Archaeology
Links to sites dealing with British & Irish archaeology. From the University if Minnesota Duluth.
Center for Social Anthropology & Computing
From the University of Kent at Canterbury.
Discover Archaeology
Links and resources to archaeology sites.
FAQ's about Careers in Archaeology
Career information.
Hopkins in Egypt Today
Information on a Johns Hopkins dig in Luxor.
International Organization of Palaeobotany: Plant Fossil Record
A database of descriptions and occurrences of thousands of extinct plants.
Jamestown Rediscovery
The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities' Jamestown Rediscovery archaeological project.
Japanese American Network
Works to encourage the use of the Internet and interactive communications technologies to exchange information about Japanese Americans -- art, culture, community, history, news, events, social services, and public policy issues.
Library of Congress: American Folklife Center
Collection of American folklife throughout U.S. history.
Links to Aboriginal Resources
Links to information on native societies around the world.
Minnesota State University eMuseum
Online resources for anthropology, archaeology, prehistory, and more.
NASA: Remote Sensing Archeology
NASA project showing how remote sensing helps archeologists study the impact of man on his surroundings.
Native Web: Anthropology & Archaeology Resources
Internet resources for anthropology/archaeology.
Gives basic information of different aspects of the study of forensic anthropology.
Public Anthropology
A public forum for ideas on how Anthropology can address larger current issues.
Radiocarbon Journal
An international journal of cosmogenic isotope research.
radiocarbon WEB-info
Information on the radio carbon dating system from the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Southwestern Archaeology
Resources and information on archaeology in the American Southwest.
Stones of Ireland
Ancient Irish stones & monuments.
Tel Hazor Excavation Project
Updated information & reports about the Tel Hazor site, as well as information on volunteering to work at the site.
Teotihuacan-The City of the Gods
Site is about the discoveries, archeology, layout, & academic journals surrounding Teotihucan.
The Biological Anthropology Web
Varied information and discussion topics about human biological & cultural adaptation.
The Dead Sea Scrolls
Presents twelve Dead Sea Scroll fragments and archaeological artifacts courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority as well as supplementary materials from the Library of Congress.
The Labyrinth
Resources for medieval studies from Georgetown University.
The National Park Service: Links to the Past
Resources for study and teaching.
The Wadsworth Anthropology Resource Center
An excellent resource on anthropology and archaeology. Using a Thomson text? Find your book companion web site here!
The Yanomamo
Information on the Yanomamo tribe of Brazil. Includes introduction, lineage organization, marriage, kinship terminology, and intergroup relationships.
Theban Mapping Project
Information on the Valley of Kings and the Theban Necropolis.
Theory in Anthropology
From Professor Richard Wilk at Indiana University's Anthropology Department.
Tibet Information Network
Tibet Information Network (TIN) is the only independent, comprehensive news and research service in the world specializing in Tibet.
UCMP Exhibit Hall: Evolution
Learn about the theory of evolution and the history of evolutionary thought.
Vinland Archaeology
Researches sites showing interaction of Vikings with North American Indians 500 years before Columbus.
Voices of the Wintercount
This site is dedicated to sharing the thoughts, ideas, and words of traditional Indigenous/Native peoples. These are original, unedited comments by real people, taking a stand for their way of life.
American Museum of Natural History
Dickson Mounds Museum
A major on-site archaeological museum.
Fiji Museum
Information on the history of Fiji and the surrounding South Pacific region.
Heritage of the Americas Museum
This museum is an educational and cultural center featuring the prehistoric and historic art, culture, and natural history of the Americas.
Minnesota State University eMuseum
Online resources for anthropology, archaeology, prehistory, and more.
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
From the University of Pennsylvania.
National Anthropological Archives
From the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History.
National Museum of Natural History, Anthropology
Oriental Institute Museum
From the University of Chicago, this is a showcase of the history, art, and archaeology of the ancient Near East.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Online exhibits, resources, and more.
The San Diego Museum of Man
San Diego's only Anthropological Museum.
The Smithsonian Institute
Official site of America's world famous museum system.
The Sukuma
An African museum in Tanzania.
The University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology
A leading archaeological research and teaching facility in the U.S.
Virtual Library: Museums Page
A directory of on-line museums from countries around the world.
Professional Organizations
American Cultural Resources Association
Works to promote the professional, ethical and business practices of the cultural resources industry, including all of its affiliated disciplines, for the benefit of the resources, the public, and the members of the association.
American Indian Studies Research Institute
In 1985 the American Indian Studies Research Institute (AISRI) was founded at Indiana University to serve as an interdisciplinary research center for projects focusing on the native peoples of the Americas.
Association for Environmental Archaeology
The AEA promotes the advancement of the study of human interaction with the environment in the past through archaeology and related disciplines.
Center for American Archeology
The CAA's mission is to discover and disseminate the unwritten story of earlier Americans' lifeways, accomplishments, and changing natural environment.
Gallup Organization
The Gallup Organization has studied human nature and behavior for more than 70 years.
National Association of State Archaeologists
This site provides a directory of State Archaeologists for the United States and its possessions.
Society for American Archaeology
An international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.
Society for Historical Archaeology
The Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) is the largest scholarly group concerned with the archaeology of the modern world (A.D. 1400-present).
Society for Medical Anthropology
This web site serves the needs of medical anthropology graduate students, practicing anthropologists, scholars, and scholar activists who address issues of local, national and international health importance.
Society for the Anthropology of Europe
The SAE provides a forum for debate and discussion about European societies and cultures.
The Paleontological Society
An international organization devoted to the advancement of paleontology.
The Royal Anthropological Institute
The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) is the world's longest-established scholarly association dedicated to the furtherance of anthropology (the study of humankind) in its broadest and most inclusive sense.
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