Specialises in social science research, publishing, and other needs; offering services in research, database design and maintenance, graphic design, GIS mapping, and other areas for the social science, American Indian, and business communities.
A non-university institute for applied cultural research and cultural documentation based in Vienna. Site provides selected publications in PDF, links for current projects, and event information, as well as additional content in German.
Offers undergraduate and post-graduate degree programs. Features faculty profiles, current research, news, course syllabi and internship opportunities. Located in Shatin, New Territories. [English, Chinese]
Offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Features course descriptions and faculty information. Located in Fredericton.
Features an overview of department goals and staff profiles. Situated in Cliffton.
Official website with information on her book, publication dates, calendar of readings and talks, extensive list of links to published reviews, interviews and articles, and contacts for media enquires.
A tax-exempt organization serving families and friends of missing persons founded by the scientist.
Biography from a site listing noteworthy German-Americans.
Research interests include mapping inter-organizational relationships through the flow of material assemblages. York University, Toronto, Canada.
Offers articles, photos, crafts, artwork, and professional qualifications.
Sociologist and anthropologist conducting research at the University in Leiden (The Netherlands). His research interests include studying Muslim religion and health care.
A biographical sketch of the anthropologist associated with the Culture Area concept.
Obituary published in American Ethnography.
Provides web resources for the anthropological community and general public. Services include Web site design and a searchable directory of related resources.
A social science consulting firm specializing in aboriginal issues in Canada. Offers staff profiles, descriptions of projects and research services, as well as contact information and a list of clients.
Promotes the investigation of human behavior and practical applications to contemporary issues. Features statement of purpose, awards, employment opportunities, news, and publications.
Section of the American Anthropological Association founded to promote the profession. Provides bylaws, ethical guidelines, list of officers, news, and links.
Studies the controlling forces or ideas that explain the interactions between humans. Professionals in this field work in a variety of areas, such as advertising and educational research. Includes online articles [in PDF format], events and member news.
Organization based in Belgium. Offers contacts, mission statement, links, and photo gallery.
Features information on the research programs in human anthropology, human ecology, social anthropology and human ethology.
An association of professional physical anthropologists, graduate students, and biologists.
Bringing together physical anthropologists, archaeologists, paleontologists, geologists, and other researchers interested in hominid behavioral and biological evolution.
Promoting standards for professional forensic anthropologists and certifying members who meet those standards.
A portal dedicated to preserving national traditions and promoting research. Offers photos, articles, and fieldwork reports, as well as a calendar of local events.
Online version of the series of books that include: Plenitude, Transformation, Commotion. The series offers an anthropological account of modern life by Grant McCracken.
Open content project collecting observations made by travelers on behavior in other cultures. Features project description, technical details, and contacts.
Features mission statement, group member profiles and journal.
Includes historic texts and current anthropological works, lists and links to Trobriand Island scholars.
A directory of links to thumbnail sketch ethnographies of West African cultures.