A searchable database of social and cultural anthropological texts
- Anthropology Net
Anthropology.net's mission is to create a cohesive online community of individuals interested in anthropology. This website intends to promote and facilitate discussion, review research, extend stewardship of resources, and disseminate knowledge. To serve the public interest, we seek the widest possible engagement with all segments of society, including professionals, students, and anyone who is interested in advancing knowledge and enhancing awareness of anthropology.
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- Archaeological Resources Technology
California Historical Resources Information System Centers
- Archaeology Fieldwork
Forum, Employment Listings,
- Bradshaw Foundation
Since its inception the Bradshaw Foundation has done much to promote the study of early man’s artistic achievement. From the resources provided by the Board, the Trustees first expedition to the Bradshaw ancient Rock paintings culminated in a spectacular book by Grahame Walsh. This much prized book is now out of print, but Grahame Walsh is in the process of editing a second edition to be published in 2001.
Bradshaw Foundation Rock Art site, features rock art and cave art paintings from around the world. Includes articles on archaeology, anthropology, migration, prehistory, paleolithic rock art and cave paintings.
anthropology archaeology art bradshaw carvings cave foundation migration paintings petroglyph prehistory rock rockart
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- Current Anthropology
- Dienekes' Anthropology Blog
Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.
- IFRAO - Australia
The International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO) is a federation of national and regional Organizations promoting the study of palaeoart and cognitive archaeology globally. It was established in September 1988 in Darwin, Australia, by nine founding members (see history of IFRAO). Currently IFRAO has 43 regional members covering most of the globe. The IFRAO home-page is located at CeSMAP in Italy, this page is the home-page of the Australian support group.
- Public Anthropology
Center for a Public Anthropology maintained by Robert Borofsky
- Regional Folklore and Mythology
Here you will find links to information about folklore and mythology topics broken down by cultural and geographical region. The regions appear in alphabetical order. careful with using this for academia - sources fishy.
- Roger Frost's Dataloggerama
ways with ICT in science education
- Shovel Bums
Jobs in Archaeology and CRM, archaeology field schools, No intelligent design as science petition
The Next-Generation Research Tool
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Archaeological News & Information via web, audio, and podcasted.
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