Debbie Klein





Resources for Anthropology Students

Area Studies, Activist, & Grant Organizations
California Anthropology Programs
African Studies Association
American Studies Association
Association for Asian Studies
Caribbean Studies Association
Democracy Now!: The War and Peace Report
European Union Studies Association
Fulbright Program
Global Exchange
Middle East Studies Association
Latin American Studies Association
National Endowment for the Humanities
Native American and Indigenous Studies
The Congress on Research in Dance
The Society for Ethnomusicology

Humboldt State

San Diego State

San Francisco State

San José State

Santa Clara University

Sonoma State

Stanford University

Stanislaus State

UC Berkeley

UC Davis

UC Irvine

UC Los Angeles

UC San Diego

UC Santa Barbara

UC Santa Cruz

Anthropology Organizations
Anthropology Journals

Lastest News in Anthropology

American Anthropological Association
Organization of anthropologists, including subsections in archaeology, linguistics, and cultural, physical and applied anthropology.

Resources from AAA

American Association of Physical Anthropologists
Organization of physical anthropologists.

Archaeological Institute of America
Supports archaeological research and publications.

Public Anthropology
Aims to invigorate public conversations with anthropological insights, to reframe and reinvigorate the discipline.

Society for American Archaeology
International organization of archaeologists who specialize in the archaeological heritage of North, Central and South America.

Society for Applied Anthropology

Organization that promotes the integration of anthropological perspectives and methods in solving human problems throughout the world.

Society for Linguistic Anthropology

Supports linguistics research and publications.

Society for Medical Anthropology

Organization that addresses issues of local, national and international health importance.

American Anthropology

Flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association.

American Ethnologist

Connects ethnographic specificity and theoretical originality, conveys the relevance of the ethnographic imagination to the contemporary world.

International journal of world archaeological research.

Electronic version of the popular magazine, Archaeology.

Current Anthropology
Electronic edition of Current Anthropology.

International Journal of American Linguistics
Dedicated to the study of all the languages native to North, Central and South America.

Journal of Human Evolution
Dedicated to covering all aspects of human evolution.


Public Culture

Interdisciplinary journal of cultural studies published for the Society for Transnational Cultural Studies by the Duke University Press.

Cultural Anthropology Websites
Physical Anthropology Websites

American Ethnological Society

Oldest professional anthropological organization in the US.

Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford

Society for Cultural Anthropology

Promotes innovative, interdisciplinary scholarship in any realm of ethnography.

African Primates at Home

East African Research Sites

Neanderthal museum Homepage

Paleo-ethology Homepage

The Electronic Zoo of Primates

Archaeology Websites
Linguistics Websites

National Association of State Archaeologists

Directory of state archaeologists for the US and its possessions.

Nordic Underwater Archaeology

Dedicated to study of maritime finds, usually shipwrecks, but also dwellings and ports.

Society for American Archaeology

International organization dedicated to research, interpretation and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.

Ancient Scripts of the World

Compendium of world-wide writing systems from prehistory to today.

Center for Applied Linguistics

Comprehensive range of research-based information, tools and resources related to language and culture.

Ethnologue - Languages of the World

Encyclopedic reference work cataloging the world’s 6,909 known living languages.


Comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources.


Never doubt that a small group of dedicated and committed people can change the world. Indeed, nothing else ever has.

- Margaret Mead, US Anthropologist (1901-1978)



Writing Resources for Anthropology Students


The Writing Center is in the library building, room 120.

The center serves the campus community by fostering, celebrating and encouraging writers and the varied and multiple purposes and audiences that writing serves. Specially trained student Writing Assistants offer free one-on-one consultations about all kinds of writing assignments (including the essays you’ll write for anthropology classes) on a drop-in and by appointment basis. In the center you can also find computers and free printing.

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