Anthropology
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Anthropology at the University of Kent (UK)
Maintained by the Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing. The aim of the Centre is to advance anthropology by developing new methods and means for investigating anthropological problems, to promote the use of computers in 'ordinary' anthropology, and to provide advise and information resources for the anthropology community worldwide.

Anthropology Biography Web - "Anthropology Biographies"
This biography web has been developed by the anthropology students at Minnesota State University, Mankato as a part of our EMuseum. We strive to produce brief descriptions of anthropologists and other scientists that have direct influence on the discipline of anthropology. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but we are continuing to add and it grows each semester. We presently have biographies on 285 people who have influenced anthropology in some way.

Anthropology Exhibits on the WWW (UK)
From: Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing (UK) and University of Kent at Canterbury (UK).

Anthropology Home Page
Palomar College offers anthropology courses that satisfy both natural and social/behavioral science general education requirements. In addition, students can earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Archaeology and occupational certificates in Archaeological Excavation and Archaeological Surveying.

Anthropology in the News
From: Texas A&M University. Links to news stories published on the web by ABC, CNN, USA Today, Washington Post, Nando, Archaeology, university press releases and other sources. Some services require that you register and select a password in order to retrieve articles, but none of the services listed here charge a fee to retrieve these news stories.

Anthropology Resources on the Internet
guide to anthropology resources available on the Internet, including archaeology, linguistics, cultural anthropology, physical anthropology with more than 1800 web sites.

Anthropology Subject Guide
From: Louisiana State University Libraries contains - College Departments, Government Resources, Listservs, Organizations, Periodicals, Projects, Reference Materials & Other Indexes.

Lawrence Library: Internet Subject Guide: Anthropology
Internet Resources for Anthropology
From: Lawrence University, WI.

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico
The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, holds over 10 million individual items in its archaeological , ethnological , archival, photo and skeletal collections. The collections come from all parts of the world, but have a Southwestern emphasis. The Maxwell is the only museum in the Southwest whose mission encompasses the entire history of mankind and culture around the world.

UBC Library: Subject Page - Anthropology
(A resource listing.)

UR-LIST:
The Ur-List: Web Resources for Visual Anthropology facilitates web searches by cross-indexing three hundred and seventy-five anthropological sites according to the categories of information they contain. The Ur-List's cross-index is more accurate than most Web-resource guides which typically reduce a site's multifaceted content to only one category. In the Ur-List, sites may be accessed according to the twenty-two subject-categories listed above. Multifaceted sites are cross-referenced under all appropriate categories.

WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology
The objective of the WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology is to provide a comprehensive listing of Internet resources relating to anthropology. This library serves as a starting point for research projects, networking opportunities, and general information pertaining to the broad discipline of anthropology. This library categorizes Internet resources that are specifically produced by anthropologists and also resources that are applicable to the various sub-fields of Anthropology.



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