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This module is concerned with how anthropology can contribute to - and gain insight from - the analysis of visual forms... see more

AMERICAN RADIOWORKS® is the national documentary unit of American Public Media. It is public radio's largest documentary... see more

This is a free, online textbook/course that starts "by looking at the Cambrian explosion, when many forms of animal life... see more

This is a free, online textbook that address human rights and cultural influences.  Because it is a wikibook, it is... see more

Professor, Louise Krasniewicz (University of Pennsylvania), discusses her experience of using video projects in her... see more

This course is an anthropological exploration of religions in diverse cultural and historical contexts. Our focus will be... see more

Listen to this report by Julie McCarthy who looked at polygamy in Saudi Arabia. This audio can be used with Marriage and... see more

This course provides a solid introduction for students who are new to the branch of cultural anthropology. Students are... see more

The Secret in the Cellar webcomic is a forensic science mystery based closely on the case of the Leavy Neck boy, a... see more

This Web site--an online ethnographic museum--explores and explains a striking social phenomenon: the Soviet... see more

These resources are contemporary teaching case studies related to Native Americans and their lived issues. These involve... see more

Introduces the field of physical anthropology; Physical anthropology: study of human biology, nonhuman primates, and... see more

An online museum with pictures and articles about human ancestors, along with links to books and other websites with... see more

Through documentary photography and interviews we explore the social repercussions of cultural diversity in ancient... see more

This website provides basic information about the relationship between the ritual preparation of tea and Zen. There are... see more

Romeo lists the status of publisher copyright policies and author-archiving policies of academic journals, indicating, by... see more

GDN has linked policy research institutes from 11 regions and more than 100 countries. GDN offers a range of journals... see more

***Please note: website is no longer available, however Wesleyan has a Virtual Instrument Museum YouTube channel with... see more

USU OCW is a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners, throughout Utah and around the... see more

What is race? Does everyone think about race in the same way? How did the concept of "race" evolve?

MIT OCW is a large scale, web-based electronic publishing initiative whose goals are to : Provide free, searchable access... see more

India is indeed a place of great antiquity and great mystery - the culture is deeply mysterious, but by no means... see more

This site is home of the digital ethnography working group, a team of cultural anthropology undergraduates led byDr.... see more