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Selected On-line Sources of Archaeology Information...
Anthropology and Environment Section
Association for Africanist Anthropology
Association for Feminist Anthropology
Association of Senior Anthropologists
Biological Anthropology Section
Central States Anthropological Society
Council for Museum Anthropology
Council on Anthropology and Education
Evolutionary Anthropology Society
National Association of Student Anthropologists
Society for Anthropological Sciences
Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges
Society for Cultural Anthropology
Society for East Asian Anthropology
Society for Humanistic Anthropology
Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Society for Linguistic Anthropology
Society for Medical Anthropology
Interest Groups of the Society of Medical Anthropology
Society for Psychological Anthropology
Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness
Society for the Anthropology of Europe
Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition
Society for the Anthropology of North America
Society for the Anthropology of Religion
Society for the Anthropology of Work
Society for Urban, National and Transnational/Global Anthropology
Society for Visual Anthropology
Some Major Archaeology Web Portals
More than 8000 linked pages of archaeology content managed by K. Kris Hirst.
On-Line publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
Archaeology & Paleontology News (National Geographic)
Archaeological news stories, podcasts, and videos archived at the National Geographic Society web page.
National Park Service Archeology Program
Visit the National Park Service's Archeology Program web page often to plan your travels, view online exhibits, to find out about what federal archeology is and what archeologists do, and much more. This web site also includes standards and guidelines for professionals, educational and training resources, and publications.
National Park Service Public Pages
A great source of information about the public aspects of archaeology, archaeology education, and the public benefits of archaeology.
Archaeology Streaming Media Web Sites
Explore cultural heritage through streaming media. Travel through time and feel the thrill of discovery. Examine the wonderful diversity of the human experience!
Audio News from Archaeologica (hosted by The Archaeology Channel)
The news of the week in audio, compiled and written by Michelle Hilling of Archaeologica and read by Laura Kelley. The audio news is compiled from Archaeologica’s daily news updates.
Archaeology Online Social Networks
Online social networks (e.g., MySpace, Facebook, and Friendster) use internet applications -- blogs, images, web pages, streaming video -- to connect individuals together. ArchaeoSeek is an archaeology-based social network where people can meet and discuss and find information about archaeology sites and archaeological issues. Membership is open to professional archaeologists, students, and avocational archaeologists. All fields are covered, from underwater to terrestrial. ArchaeoSeek is operated by Anita Cohen-Williams.
Archaeology Blogs at about.com
Kris Hirst of about.com organizes a list of archaeology blogs (or weblogs)
Mud-brick.com is a community of archaeologists who are dedicated to providing current perspectives on archaeological issues for anyone who is interested. Their bloggers are professional archaeologists employed in academic departments, cultural resource management firms, museums, or excavation projects all over the world.
Web Sites where the archaeology excavations are brought to you!
Web Sites (on Archaeological Projects)
Explore the world of archaeology via the Internet! Plan a vacation stop or find information for your homework assignment. Here you can find archaeological web sites organized in multiple ways:
...by geographical region
Africa, Southeast Asia, Australia, the American West, Southern USA, Mid-West USA, etc., etc.
Interactive activities evaluated for public-friendliness, some designed for classroom use.
Shipwrecks, 3D and Virtual Archaeology Tours, urban archaeology sites, African American Archaeology, metal detecting projects, and much much more!