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Anthropology: Web Resources

Recommended Web Resources

American Anthropological Association style guide: American Anthropological Association style guide.

Anthropology: Digital Objects & Images: An excellent guide to collections from the University of Michigan.

Country Fact Sheets/Background Notes: Information by country, from the US Department of State.

Country Studies - Library of Congress: Overview of life, history, and culture of various countries by the US Library of Congress.

Cultural Survival: This is an international organization dedicated to upholding the rights of indigenous peoples of the world. It publishes the journal, Cultural Survival Quarterly which is available on the web site.

Forensic Anthropology Center: This site has useful resources for students and researchers.

Gender & Sexuality Studies: Links to websites from the VoS project for humanities research at UC Santa Barbara.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology: Located at Harvard University, this is the oldest anthropology museum in the hemisphere.

Primate Info Net: This site is maintained by the library at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for people interested in the field of primatology.

The Leakey Foundation: This site has research resources related to human origins.

University of California at Santa Barbara Anthropology Department: This site has a pointers page to numerous anthropology related sites around the world.


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