www.archaeologyfieldwork.com - offers employment listings in archaeology and related disciplines, resume postings, field schools, volunteer opportunities, a students section, discussion board, and many resources for those in the internet archaeology community
ArchNet -the World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology
eHRAF Collection of Archaeology Compiled by Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), this full-text database contains information on the archaeological traditions of the world. It is a unique database for research and teaching. For password and further information contact www.yale.edu/hraf.
eHRAF Collection of Ethnography Compiled by Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), this full-text database contains information on the cultures and ethnic groups of the world. It is a unique database for research and teaching. For password and further information contact www.yale.edu/hraf.
OSEA The Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology is a non-degree school without walls that offers ethnographic training programs to undergraduates and graduate students. It offers a summer field school, a winter ethnography study abroad program and an ethnography writer's workshop. Programs are held in Yucatán, México.
AusAnthrop - This site is dedicated to research and resources in anthropology, for academics as well as the layman. Special accent is on Aboriginal Australia, and more specifically on the Western Desert cultural bloc.
eHRAF Collection of Ethnography - Compiled by Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), this full-text database contains information on the cultures and ethnic groups of the world. It is a unique database for research and teaching. For password and further information contact www.yale.edu/hraf.
Evolution Web site - The site explores the major themes of each of the seven shows in the PBS Evolution broadcast series through interactive Web activities, timelines, expert roundtables and provocative polls. It also provides links to an extensive multimedia Evolution library and a wealth of teacher and student materials.
Integrated Approaches to Participatory Development (IAPAD) - Participatory Avenues promotes the diffusion of Participatory 3D Modeling (P3DM) as best practice for merging peoples' knowledge and traditional spatial information. The website supports the culture of knowledge dissemination and acts as focal point for sharing information and technical progress on community-based mapping and Public Participation GIS (PPGIS). P3DM has a wide range of applications ranging from collaborative research and planning for natural resource management, to dealing with conflict resolution and resource tenure.
PapuaWeb - Papuaweb is a collaborative research project between the State University of Papua (UNIPA), Cenderawasih State University (UNCEN) and the Australian National University (ANU). Papuaweb welcomes contributions of research materials to enhance the resources of this website.
PopPlanet - Examines the relationship among population, health, and environmental issues.
PreservationDirectory.Com - is a research tool and resource for preservation organizations, restoration professionals and the general public.
Studio Antropologico - Non-English site - The site proposes themes of History of Religions, Anthropology and Ethnology. Studioantropologico wants to be a virtual laboratory and workroom, consisting of historical documentary parts and deepining parts, as well as more dynamic sections, for example interviews to experts on different subjects, or opened spaces for discussions between everybody interested.
Symbolic Anthropology - Symbolic Anthropology is a field of Cultural Anthropology which explores symbols (e.g. narratives, dreams and myth). Anthropologists examine the link between symbols and a society's cognitive structure, rules of moral conduct and patterns of social interactions. By studying the meaning and the structure, the anthropologist attempts to generalize the culture of global societies.
AnthroLounge: A forum where we can talk about everything anthropology! There is a general anthropology discussion, student lounge, as well as forums on upcoming conferences, career interests, and websites of interest for doing online research and/or making a difference in communities If you are an anthropologist, a student of anthropology, or simply interested in the field, feel free to join us!
URBANTH-L is the listserv of the Society for Urban, National and Transnational/Global Anthropology (SUNTA), as well as for all those with an interest in the field of urban anthropology. To subscribe, please visit the listserv website at http://lists.ysu.edu/mailman/listinfo.cgi/urbanth-l
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The Institute for Development Anthropology (IDA) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational institution that engages in envrionmentally sustainable development through equitable economic growth and respect for human rights.
International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers (IAMAT) - a non-profit Foundation established in 1960, whose aim is to advise travellers about health risks; geographical distribution of diseases; immunization requirements for all countries; and to make available to travellers around the world competent medical care by western-trained doctors who speak English besides their mother tongue.
On-line Course Packets - Bell & Howell Information and Learning has a service called ProQuest CoursePacks which "enables professors to create customized, copyright-cleared reading materials to supplement textbook sources."
Bullfrog Films is a leading source of educational videos, with a collection of over 500 titles
California Newsreel is a resource for films and videos on African cinema, race and diversity and media and society for educational use.
DocuSeek is a search site for independent documentary, social issue, and educational videos. DocuSeek allows you to simultaneously search several leading film distributors' complete collections, representing the highest quality documentary and instructional media, films and videos available.
The Ur-list of Anthropological Web Resources - Compiled by Peter Biella, the Ur-List has a special emphasis on visual anthropology and media. It facilitates web searches by cross-indexing more than 200 anthropological sites according to the categories of information they contain.
<a href="http://www.aaanet.org/resources/A-Public-Education-Program.cfm">Discover the Race Project</a>
In Focus: Reflections on Anthropology News
In Focus: Reflections on Anthropology News
A new forum where Anthropology News readers can discuss issues central to “In Focus” thematic commentary series and other AN content. We welcome your comments! We welcome your comments!>