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Carolyn Cunningham
Anthropology Bibliographer

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Department of Anthropology

Department of Anthropology Faculty


Anthropology is the study of humanity. As taught at the University of Texas at Austin, the program includes research, teaching, and community engagement that builds upon the historical strengths of archaeology, folklore and public culture, linguistic anthropology, physical anthropology, and social/cultural anthropology. Given the large scope of this discipline, researchers in Anthropology may find that the best source is in an unlikely place.

Search for Anthropology information

Databases | Anthropology Internet Resources | Professional Associations and Scholarly Organizations | Helpful Library Links

Databases for Anthropology | Anthropology Plus | AnthroSource | Google Scholar | JSTOR | PrimateLit | Web of Science

Anthropology Internet Resources
Anthropology Biography Web | Anthropology Resources on the Internet | ARCHnet | Latin American Anthropology & Archeology | National Anthropological Archives (NAA) | National Archaeological Database | NativeWeb | WWW Virtual Library

Professional Associations and Scholarly Organizations
American Anthropological Association (AAA) | American Association of Physical Anthropologists | American Folklife Center | Association for Political and Legal Anthropology | Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) | Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (RAI) | School of American Research | Society for Applied Anthropology (SFAA)

Helpful Library Links
How Do I Start My Research? | Using the Library Catalog | Finding Articles on a Topic


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