Originally compiled by Melinda Marsh & Nicole Ryan, Last Updated by Valerie Feria-Isacks
As the internet continues to develop, so too does the amount of comprehensive anthropology link sites. In an attempt to avoid cyber-repetition, we will offer only links to those pages.
Also, don’t forget to view the AAA Internet Resources page for data on:
Academic Job Searching
Graduate School Information
Grants, Funding & Post-Doc Information
Academic Job Searching:
AAA Positions Open Listings
The Chronicle of Higher Education – also has great advice columns
H-NET has very comprehensive listings, including a lot which don’t advertise in the Anthropology News (particularly good if you cross into other disciplines or are interested in small liberal arts colleges).
Photoethnography Career Archive – This provides excellent career advice inside and outside of the field of anthropology about succeeding in an academia career.
NOTE: For non-academic job options, check directly with businesses, government agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs), and research institutions (too many good options out there to even begin to list these).
ArchNet serves as the World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology; you may search by geographic region or subject.
Archaeology on the Net has an extensive index of archaeology links, covering many topics and subjects.
Society for Linguistic Anthropology
Anthro.net – listing of many subjects organized by a table of contents
Anthropologist community on livejournal – While it is not a collection of links, it does provide a discussion forum for anthropologists on livejournal. Usually the latest anthropology related news stories are discussed. Making a livejournal account is free but is not necessary to reply to the posts. Link added by request of one of the moderators.
News from Texas A&M – world news of interest to anthropology
Moving Anthropology Student Network – Association for students to connect in Europe
Yahoo Directory aka Shovel Bums
Graduate School Information:
Basic Guide to Graduate School Admissions in Anthropology
Advice for Undergraduates considering Graduate School
PH’d Comics – Humor for doctoral students and stress relief for their close friends
Grants, Funding and Post-Doc Information:
The Foundation Center – offers a wide variety of resources on everything from computer searching to bibliographic databases
Chronicle of Philanthropy – the premiere magazine in the field of philanthropy
UBC ORS – good for finding grants, concentrating on Canadian ones
Graduate Fellowship Notebook – created by Cornell, good for finding graduate fellowships