A database of ethnographic resources of all types in the US and around the world. Provides annotated entries for identifying archives, museums, and libraries; directories and web resources; grant giving organizations; higher education programs; public sector organizations; publishers and dealers of books and recordings; research groups; and societies.
A peer-reviewed e-zine produced by a network of European researchers in multiple languages (including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and English - not all articles are available in English). Dates back to 1999.
"The EUscreen project [coordinated by Sonja de Leeuw, Professor at the University of Utrecht] aims to promote the use of television content to explore Europe's rich and diverse cultural history." "EUscreen offers free online access to videos, stills, texts and audio from European broadcasters and audiovisual archives. Explore selected content from early 1900s until today." Click on the "Explore" option to get started. You will find, you can explore videos by "Topics", "Genres", "Languages" (choose from nineteen different languages, including English; note that even when videos are in a foreign language, they all contain a brief, written summary in English), "Providers" and "Decades".
eSkeletons provides an interactive environment in which to examine and learn about skeletal anatomy. The purpose of this site is to enable you to view the bones of both human and non-human primates and to gather information about them from our osteology database.
The Handbook of Forensic Services provides guidance and procedures for safe and efficient methods of collecting, preserving, packaging, and shipping evidence and describes the forensic examinations performed by the FBI’s Laboratory Division and Operational Technology Division.
Searchable online database of the quarterly journal of the Florida Anthropological Society, first published in May 1948. The journal publishes on a wide variety of anthropological topics relative to Florida.
An expanded bibliographic inventory of over 350,000 reports on archeological investigation and planning, mostly of limited circulation. This database represents a large portion of the primary information available on archeological sites in the United States.
Searchable database of information on over 7000 unique languages, using over 47,000 language names and alternate names. This database keeps track of those languages which have become extinct or are in imminent danger of becoming extinct.