Anthropology Online Resources

Anthropology Online Resources


The Center for Anthropology and Science Communications

World Wide Web Virtual Library

NEAA conference website


Biological Focus

American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA). At this site, students will find out ‘What physical anthropologists do.’ In addition, they will obtain the following:

  • A definition of physical anthropology
  • A history of physical anthropology
  • Current research and publications
  • Annual meeting information
  • Graduate schools and career information

http://www.albany.edu/anthro/ualbany_bioanth.html
http://anthropology.berkeley.edu/programs/graduate/biological.php
The websites directly above are examples of M.A. and Ph.D. programs: University of Albany State University of New York and University of California at Berkeley
FAQ about becoming a Forensic Anthropologist
Forensic Anthropology Programs
One of the top forensic anthropology programs in the country offering M.A. and Ph.D. degrees —

Links to Field School and Other Student Opportunities

1. Climate and Culture Change in the Andes: Winter Session
The Center for Social Well Being is now approaching its 11th year offering our 3 week training program in interdisciplinary qualitative field methods, as well as Spanish and Quechua language classes, in the Peruvian Andes. The combined undergraduate and graduate level seminar is held at the center's rural base, an adobe lodge on an ecological ranch in the Cordillera Blanca mountain range of the Callejón de Huaylas, 7 hours northeast of Lima. Coursework provides in-depth orientation to theory and practice in field investigation that emphasizes methods in Participatory Action Research and Andean Ethnography centered on themes of Climate Change with respect to Ecology, Health, Education, Community Organization and related topics. Students have the opportunity to actively engage in ongoing investigations in local agricultural communities to develop effective field research techniques, and to acquire language skills. In addition, the program provides excursions to museums, archaeological sites, glacial lakes and hotsprings; optional recreational activities include hiking, mountain biking, rafting, kayaking, rock climbing and trekking. Total cost is $3,200 US dollars. This includes all in-country travel, food and accommodations at the rural center, and course materials. The program is under the direction of Applied Medical Anthropologist, Patricia J. Hammer, Ph.D., and Ecologist, Flor de María Barreto Tosi.

Center for Social Well Being-Peru

2. The MA in Professional Studies/Art History at Towson University that concentrates on museology. Students with backgrounds in art history, history, historic preservation and anthropology are ideal candidates for this program.

3. Bloomsburg University's Masters in Public Policy and International Affairs, beginning Fall 2011.

4. The Balkan Heritage (BH) Field School has just opened the application session for eight projects (in 2012) in the following areas: Archaeology, Art History, Restoration and Conservation of Artifacts, Monuments and Christian Art and Culture. Thank to the partnership with New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria 6 academic credits (for two-week projects) and 9 academic credits (for four-week projects) will be granted upon request to students who attend to these projects.
Affiliated partner institutions/organizations: New Bulgarian University, Blagoevgrad Regional Museum of History, Archaeological Museum of Sozopol (Bulgaria), Fulbright Commission (USA/ Bulgaria); Youth Cultural Center - Bitola, National Institute of Stobi, National Institute and Museum - Bitola (Macedonia), Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Nanterre (France).

Balkan Heritage (BH) Field School (est. 2003) functions as a legal part of Balkan Heritage Foundation – a Bulgarian public, non-profit, non-governmental organization. It implements various educative projects in the areas of Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, Folklore, Art History, Restoration and Conservation of artefacts and monuments, Fine Arts and Theology with participation of students, scholars and volunteers from all over the World. Balkan Heritage Mission is to support study, protection, restoration and promotion of sites, artefacts and practices belonging or related to the cultural heritage of South-Eastern Europe.

Project location: Bulgaria, Macedonia.
Project language: ENGLISH

Projects in 2012

"FRESCO-HUNTING" PHOTO EXPEDITION TO MEDIEVAL BALKAN CHURCHES (Western Bulgaria)
An expedition for documentation of medieval frescoes preserved in abandoned churches and chapels in remote areas of Western Bulgaria.The task of the expedition envisioned for 2012 is to enhance the database created during the previous seasons by documenting frescoes and their condition as well as collecting new data on history, architecture, artefacts and environment of the ecclesiastical buildings they belong to.
Standard Field School Session: 26 May 2012
Extended Field School Session: 12 May - 2 June, 2012
Academic credits available for students: up to 9

BIRTH OF EUROPE - EXCAVATION OF THE EARLY NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT ILINDENTSI
Excavations of one of the very first Neolithic settlements in Europe (6200-5500 BC), near Ilindentsi, Southwestern Bulgaria. Two field school sessions are available:
Session 1: 17 June - 1 July, 2012
Session 2: 2 - 16 July, 2012
Academic credits available for students: up to 9

6. Anthropology Field School Summer School 2012 - The Islet of Gozo (Malta) July 8-28. For mor information go to WWW.XPEDITIONS.EU; WWW.ANTHROPOLOGICALFIELDSCHOOL.ORG; OR WWW.KUL.BE at the University of Leuven, lead professor: Marc.Vanlangendonck@wet.kuleuven.be

7. Summer 2012 Archaeology Field School: Archaeology of Pirates

Join the University of South Florida (USF) for the adventure of a lifetime “on the high seas,”' investigating the pirate and buccaneer history of Roatan Island in the western Caribbean. Recent archaeological excavations on Roatan have unearthed an 18th century village of English settlers, who had to battle pirates and other tropical pests for their survival. The new USF Education Abroad program, which runs from late May to early July of 2012, will take students to the scene of the action as they explore the events surrounding the establishment and eventual destruction of the village. The program takes the form of an archaeological expedition and field school, where students will learn how to excavate the past, study artifacts, and contribute to the budding heritage tourism industry of “pirates of the Caribbean.” Undergraduates and graduate students welcome. No experience necessary. No language requirements. For details, visit our website (http://uweb.cas.usf.edu/~ecwells/roatan) or contact Dr. Christian Wells, ecwells@usf.edu

8. To My Fellow Anthropologists: I am writing to you in regards to the Northern Arizona University's Faculty-led Medical & Cultural Studies Expedition to the Indian Himalayas this upcoming summer of 2012. I will be participating on the trip as the Yoga and Meditation instructor. I am a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified instructor and have my BA in Anthropology from the University of Colorado. I participated in this program as a student in 2007, and it was truly life changing.

Our 23-day journey through ancient Himalayan settlements will provide students a rare opportunity to attend 7 days of active medical clinics led by US board certified physicians. It will also provide a chance to study, be participant observers, and investigate relationships between local religious beliefs and cultures and the impact of globalization. Daily schedule will include teachings led by Professor Paul Donnelly as well as clinicians, and integration of a daily yoga and meditation practice. Students may apply to the program. Expedition dates are June 24-July 15, 2012. Participation is open to undergraduate and graduate students 20 years and above.