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Selected Web Resources
American Anthropological Association
The AAA is the most important organization for anthropologists in the United States. It is a good starting point for anyone wanting to understand the values, issues and trends that predominate in the field of anthropology today. The website is a good source of information about news and people as well as publications and resources related to anthropology.
Anthropology News provides timely and important links to news stories that are drawn from a variety of sources. Each story includes the source and the date that the story originally appeared. The site is not only informative and entertaining, it is a good way to keep abreast of recent issues and discoveries in the field.
Anthropology Journals Online
The Directory of Open Access Journals has created this collection of links to anthropology journals that make their contents available online. The site includes links to specific journals, along with links to sites that provide lists of anthropology journals. Related journals, general sciences journals and food journal links can be found here as well. Links are arranged alphabetically by title.
The American Anthropological Association originally produced this guide in 2003 and then revised it as a downloadable PDF in 2009. It provides general guidelines, orthography, and numerous examples of how to reference different types of documents,
Worldwide Email Directory of Anthropologists
WEDA is a site that offers a convenient way to search for anthropologists around the globe. Use the handy online form to type in whatever information you have about the person. You can search by name, institutional affiliation or geographic location. If you are interested in finding anthropologists with similar interests, you can also search by research interests. Spanish and French versions are also available.
*An Extensive List of Anthropology Resources is Available at: http://www.webpages.ttu.edu/bquinn/