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Anthropologist About Town
Find out what anthropologists across the pond are doing at this blog run as part of the Royal Anthropological Institute's Discover Anthropology Outreach programme.
Stay up to date on the latest happenings within the world of archaeology.
Created by an archeology undergrad now working professionally as an on-line search engine optimizer
Maintained by the Institute for Human Origins (IHO) within the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) at Arizona State University.
The Bradshaw Foundaton
Dedicated to preserving and interpreting humankind’s earliest creative accomplishments.
Context and Variation
A blog from Scientific American magazine
from The Smithsonian
John Hawks Weblog
John Hawks is an anthropologist who studies the bones and genes of ancient humans. He's worked on almost every part of the evolutionary story, from the very origin of our lineage among the apes up to the last 10,000 years of our history.
This collaboration between cultural anthropologist Greg Downey and neuroscientist Daniel Lende. Sometimes it’s straight-up neuroscience, sometimes it’s all anthropology, most of the time it’s somewhere in the middle.
Powered by Osteons
maintained by Dr. Kristina Killgrove, a bioarchaeologist at the University of West Florida. This is her personal blog about archaeology, bioanthropology, and the classical world.
Savage Minds : Notes & Queries in Anthropology
Savage Minds is a group blog devoted to ‘doing anthropology in public’ — providing well-written relevant discussion of sociocultural anthropology that everyone will find accessible. Our authors range from graduate students to tenured professors to anthropologists working outside the academy.
A collaborative website covering the intersections of medical anthropology, science and technology studies, cultural psychiatry, psychology and bioethics.
This is Anthropology
Learn more about the discipline of anthropology, use our interactive map to learn about anthropology projects in different parts of the world, explore the skills and careers anthropologists have, and find out how you can become an anthropologist.
This project originally stemmed from a project about anthropology, but has transcended narrow disciplinary concerns. Fitzgerald and Gould, writing about U.S. intervention in Afghanistan over the past 30+ years, state: “It is therefore appropriate to think of Zero line as the vanishing point for the American empire, the point beyond which its power and influence disappears.” The same should be said about anthropology after empire, one that needs to devour its own waste before imperial anthropology can vanish, and one that needs to concern itself with contemporary imperialism.
Extrait de Ramayana de Hazra Chitrakar (Naya Bengale)
The American Anthropological Association maintains a list of web links to anthropology sources on the open web, organized by topic.
Check out the page for other useful resources, too-- there's a list of open access journals in Anthropology, as well as listservs for the profession as well.
Recommended Web Resources
Archaeology on the Net
This page aims to provide a large collection of archaeology related links on the internet.
Anthropology.net ~ Beyond Bones & Stones
This website intends to promote and facilitate discussion, review research, extend stewardship of resources, and disseminate knowledge.
Anthropology Resources on the Internet
World directory of archaeology and anthropology web sites, 4000 relevant links to archaeology, prehistory and anthropology resources
from Arizona State University
Folklife Sourcebook Database
form the American Folklife Center (Library of Congress Research Centers). Search the database for ethnographic resources of all types in the US and around the world.
Native American Sites
Also the home of the American Indian Library Association Web Page
NativeWeb is an international, nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to using telecommunications including computer technology and the Internet to disseminate information from and about indigenous nations, peoples, and organizations around the world; to foster communication between native and non-native peoples; to conduct research involving indigenous peoples' usage of technology and the Internet; and to provide resources, mentoring, and services to facilitate indigenous peoples' use of this technology.
RACE: Are We So Different?
Looking through the eyes of history, science and lived experience, the RACE Project explains differences among people and reveals the reality – and unreality – of race. The story of race is complex and may challenge how we think about race and human variation, about the differences and similarities among people.
WWW Virtual Library - American Indians
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
Associations and Societies
International Festivals Archive
from the Society for Visual Anthropology
Margaret Mead Film Festival
The Margaret Mead Film Festival is an annual film festival held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
Royal Anthropological Institute Film Festival
The RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film is held biennially with the first edition held at in 1985. Host institutions in the past have included Leeds Met University, University of Manchester, University of Oxford, University of Durham, University of Kent at Canterbury, Goldsmiths College, SOAS and UCL (London).
Society for Visual Anthorpology Fim and Media Festival
The Society for Visual Anthropology’s Film and Media Festival screens work by students, professional anthropologists, and professional filmmakers at the American Anthropological Association’s annual conference.
Archives/Websites that List Resources
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