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A complex and highly detailed virtual tour of 18th century Edo (now Tokyo) using traditional Japanese woodblock prints to... see more

Very comprehensive collection of links to online resources on nonverbal behavior: papers and abstracts, books,... see more

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

This annotated listing includes over 90 books, articles, and websites that deal with the astronomy of diverse cultures... see more

A multimedia human evolution site. A journey through time and pre-history to view the origins of the human species.

?Whose Mummy Is It?? is a new way to learn about an old subject. It is a complete mini-course in Egyptology and covers... see more

CogPrints (1997) is an open access, electronic archive in which authors can self-archive papers in any area of Cognitive... see more

This course is an introduction to the cross-cultural study of bio-medical ethics. It examines moral foundations of the... see more

The Open Library of Humanities is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, open to submissions from researchers working in... see more

The Paris Codex is a digitally reproduced version of an ancient Maya book. Pre-Columbian Maya texts are called codices or... see more

This lesson has students analyzing lynching postcards from the site withoutsanctuary.org.  A simple writing prompt will... see more

This course looks at medicine from a cross-cultural perspective, focusing on the human, as opposed to biological, side of... see more

This course seeks to examine how people experience gender - what it means to be a man or a woman - and sexuality in a... see more

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

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

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

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

What we learn matters, but how we learn matters more.Culture Unplugged is about social and conscious documentaries and... see more

Educator's Guide, examines a national documentary project about twelve diverse communities exploring the changing face of... see more

Delve into our Timeline of Bad Habits to discover how habits have shifted over time. Then join the debate on OpenLearn.... see more

Astrobiology Survey is an introductory course on astrobiology whose purpose is to provide a survey, or introduction, to... see more

In this game developed for Unicef, players guide a Haitian family of five through their struggle to survive with limited... see more

Article by Dr. Barry S. Hewlett, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Vancouver

Hypothes.is provides educators, students, journalists, publishers, and researchers with a free and open source software... see more