Anthropology: Web Resources
The American Anthropological Association site
American Association of physical anthropology which lists information on careers and graduate programs
Society of American Anthropology lists details of government affairs, careeer opportunities and meetings
The Archeological Institute of America is the oldest association in North America dealing with world archaeology
Archaeology Channel has new discoveries from around the globe
A link to a lot of different links that might interest anthropologists
Society for Medical Anthropology contains academic resources and interest groups
Smithsonian Museum Web site has information on exhibitions, events, and research
Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City
Canadian Museum of Civilization.
British Museum site.
Resources from the Near and Middle East region.
This Web site illuminates areas beyond the discipline to foster social change.
Their goal is to promote rights, voices, and visions of indigenous people.
Contains a virtual library of archaeology.
This has some good forensic anthropology sources.
This is a searchable database of anthropology resources.
This is from the Field Museum and points to some of their collections.
The IHO brings together scientists from diverse disciplines to develop integrated, bio-behavioral investigations of human evolution.
primate literature and research from the University of Wisconsin up to November 2010
Race from the American Anthropological Association
This is an interesting Web site specifically concerned with a group of people in Nigeria, the Mambila.
This is an archeological database of the United States, that has maps, permits and maps and interesting findings about archeology in the Americas.This "gray literature" represents a large portion of the primary information available on archeological sites in the U.S.
This is cool! It is one from the National Geographic Andes expedition. Tons of photos, resources and even a virtual autopsy.
Here’s a link to a mid eastern music site, that has old songs and things as well as pictures, and sources of Arabic music.