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Anthropology in the News     View
Links to free news stories published on the web, in suject areas such as archaeology, bioanthropology, lingustics, and social and cultural history. Includes links to video news reports.

Anthropological Theories     View
A guide created for students by students which covers major theories in Anthropology from the University of Alabama.

KACIKE: Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology     View
"The main purpose of this serial is to gather in one primary forum, ungoing research and writing on Caribbean Amerindians. It features an historical dimension to the study of Caribbean Amerindian society and culture, extending before 1492 and after. ...

Indian Museum, Kolkata     View
"The Museum is divided into six sections dealing with Archaeology, Art, Anthropology, Geology, Zoology and Industry including Botany and is controlled by a Board of Trustees for the co-ordination of the various sections. "

American Association of Physical Anthropologists     View
"The AAPA is the world's leading professional organization for physical anthropologists. Formed by 83 charter members in 1930, the AAPA now has an international membership of over 1,500. The Association's annual meetings draw more than a thousand sci ...

Etnografiska museet | Museum of Ethnography     View
This Swedish museum features items from around the world.

A Century of Collecting     View
An exhibit of annotated images of artifacts from the Hearst Museum collected around the world during the years 1901 through 2001. Browsable by chronology and country. In addition, "explains how anthropology museums go about their work of preserv ...

Kathy Reichs     View
This official Web page for forensic anthropologist and mystery novelist Kathy Reichs includes a brief biography, information about her novels (featuring a female forensic anthropologist, Temperance Brennan, as the heroine), and book reviews.

Revista de Antropologia Experimental     View
An e-zine covering the field of experimental anthropolgy

Migrations in History     View
"The Smithsonian's multidisciplinary archives show how war, blight, greed, totalitarianism, curiosity, faith and optimism have mobilized people to leave home for parts unknown. Read about how migrations produce distinctive religions and cultures, suc ...




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