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ArchaeologyFieldwork.com - Offers employment listings in archaeology and related disciplines, resume postings, field schools, volunteer opportunities, a students section, discussion board, and many resources for those in the internet archaeology community
Teach Ludlow, Co: An Archaeological Teaching Tool This website offers information about Ludlow, a digital archive of particular archaeological artifacts from the excavations at Ludlow, Colorado, an online exhibit outlining the history of the Colorado Coalfield Strike and the Ludlow Massacre, and a set of activities for teaching on this subject.
OSEA The Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology Non-degree school that offers ethnographic training programs to undergraduates and graduate students, including a summer field school, a winter ethnography study abroad program and an ethnography writer's workshop. Programs are held in Yucatán, México.
AusAnthrop - This site is dedicated to research and resources in anthropology, for academics as well as the general public. Special emphaiss on Aboriginal Australia, and more specifically, on the Western Desert cultural bloc.
Evolution Web site Explores the major themes of each of the seven shows in the PBS Evolution broadcast series through interactive Web activities, timelines, expert roundtables and provocative polls. It also provides links to an extensive multimedia evolution library and a wealth of teacher and student materials.
PapuaWeb Papuaweb is a collaborative research project between the State University of Papua (UNIPA), Cenderawasih State University (UNCEN) and the Australian National University (ANU). Papuaweb welcomes contributions of research materials to enhance the resources of this website.
PopPlanet Examines the relationship among population, health, and environmental issues.
PreservationDirectory.Com Research tool and resource for preservation organizations, restoration professionals and the general public.
HRAF Collection of Ethnography - Compiled by Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), this full-text database contains information on the cultures and ethnic groups of the world. It is a unique database for research and teaching. For password and further information contact www.yale.edu/hraf.