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The Yellow Pages -- Anthropology 

Directories and Search Engines

American Anthropology Association

The AAA's Guide to anthropology resources on the Internet.

American Society for Ethnohistory (ASE)

ASE sponsors the journal Ethnohistory. News and links to ethnohistory resources.

AnthroNet Search Engine

Searches for links and references for anthropology, archaeology, history, linguistics, psychology, sociology and other social sciences. The Anthro.Net database contains thousands of reviewed web sites and bibliographic references.


Anthropology and archeology virtual library. Directory to anthropology resources, discussion forums, organizations, publications, job opportunities.


Run by the Archaelogical Research Institute, "ArchNet is designed to promote appreciation, understanding, and knowledge about archaeology and the preservation and interpretation of cultural resources, both prehistoric and historic." Links to museums, journals and publishers, academic departments, and has views by region and subject.

LANIC (Latin American Network Information Center) Anthropology and Archaelogy Website

University of Texas site with links to regional, country, and international anthropology and archaeology resources.

UCSB Department of Anthropology North American Links Directory

UCSB Links to Anthropology Portals and Search Engines

Yahoo Directory for Archaeology and Anthropology

Lists link information by categories.

Other Resources

American Folklife Center at The Library of Congress

>The American Folklife Center provides a reading room, archive of folk culture collections, folklife publications, the Veterans History Project, guides to special collections, and links to other Ethnographic resources.

American Society for Ethnohistory (ASE)

ASE sponsors the journal Ethnohistory. News and links to ethnohistory resources.

Anthropology in the News

A site from Texas A&M University providing links to "breaking news" in anthropology.

Archeology and Ethnography

National Park Service site with information on archeological sites across the country, research within parks, archeological protocol, the Applied Ethnograpy Program, and links to other archeological resources.

The Archaeology Channel

Video and audio resources, teacher resources.

Arctic Studies Center

A variety of exhibits covering the culture and history of the Arctic region. Co-sponsored by the Smithsonian.

Asia Source

All aspects of Asian culture, from Asian current affairs to pronunciation guides for Asian languages. News, book reviews, profiles, worldwide calendar, timelines.

Indivisible: Stories of American Community

Duke University site that explores community life in America by some of this country's most accomplished photographers, radio producers, and folklorists.

MSU EMuseum

>This online museum from Minnesota State University is divided into the sections: "Cultural Anthropology," "Physical Anthropology," and "Theories and People."

The Mudcat Cafe

An online magazine "dedicated to blues and folk music." The site features a keyword search tool for its thousands of digitized recordings and lyrics and a forum for music lovers or researchers.


Offers News and resources for indigenous cultures around the world.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: Anthropology

Online exhibits, guide to collections, film archives, information on teaching and learning anthropology, information on research programs.

Tennessee Archaeology Net

Their Bibliographies page includes a number of resources around the world and in America.

Theory in Anthropology

A site tracing anthropological theory, subdisciplines, and organizations—compiled by students at Indiana University.

Last update 
January 25, 2004