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Favorite Anthropology Sites
Anthropology Resources on the Internet
The American Anthropological Association’s compilation of a variety of websites in anthropology.
Covers current and past archaeological projects including clear descriptions of why the work is being undertaken, then gives regular narratives throughout that season's excavation with excellent drawings and photographs of what has been found and how these data fit into a developing understanding of the (pre) history of the site.
Nevada Anthropology Web Sites
Anthropology Web Sites
- American Anthropological Association
- Anthropology Division: American Museum of Natural History
As one of the oldest departments of anthropology in the United States, their collections and archives are important resources for the history and continuing work of anthropology. Includes over 200,000 digital images.
- Anthropology Resources from Voice of the Shuttle
- Becoming Human
Becoming Human brings together interactive multimedia, research and scholarship to promote greater understanding of the course of human evolution. Sponsored by the Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University.
Alaska Native Collections: Sharing Knowledge
, by the Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution.
Covers ten cultures: Iñupiaq, St. Lawrence Island Yup'ik, Northeast Siberian, Athabascan, Unangan, Sugpiaq, Eyak, Tlingit, Tsimshian, and Haida.
The eSkeletons Project,
The University of Texas at Austin has produced this online physical anthropology laboratory with animations and high-resolution three-dimensional digital images of the skeletons and bones of several primates, including humans.
The Giza Archives Project
interactive Web resource from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (MFA). Giza is best known for the great pyramids of Old Kingdom pharaohs. The Web site is based on the museum's vast holdings of pictures, field notes, plans, and artifacts from the MFA-Harvard excavation.
Useful Web Sites on Geography
Nevada Geography Web Sites