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Online subject resources
Most of the resources below are freely available on the internet. In addition, the Library subscribes to a vast range of online resources: see other pages within this guide for subscription databases and online reference works.
Online tutorials for Anthropology
- University of Kent: Anthropology Resources
- BUBL Link social science
- Anthropology resources on the internet
- Academic Info: Anthropology
- eHRAF World Cultures (Human Relations Area Files) via library website
- Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
- Forensic anthropology and human osteology resources
- Guide to internet resources in Anthropology (compiled by Richard Robbins at Plattsburg University)
- INTUTE: gateways to individual social sciences subject areas, plus links to many other associations and societies. Owing to funding difficulties no new resources are being added to the Intute database, but this is still a useful resource for finding relevant institutions and organisations related to the subject areas.
- Library of Congress Anthropology resources page: links to useful websites
- Persee Revues Scientifiques (gateway to free French online journals - all subject areas)
- Visual Arts Data Service online images from major collections
- CESSDA (Council of European Social Science Data Archives)
- Economic and social data service (ESDS)
- National statistics online (UK)
- American Anthropological Association
- American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- Association of Social Anthropologists (ASA)
- British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology
- Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing (University of Kent)
- International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE)
- Museum Ethnographers' Group
- National Centre for Social Research (UK)
- Society for Applied Anthropology
- The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI)
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