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This guide is designed to inform the UT Tyler Community about resources for studies in all aspects of Anthropology.

What is anthropology?

Anthropology is a broad field of study examining human social, cultural, and biological aspects across time. Anthropology is often divided into four distinct subareas:

  1. Archaeology
  2. Biological Anthropology
  3. Cultural Anthropology
  4. Linguistic Anthropology

To read more about these, visit: AAA What is Anthropology?

Here are a few links to learn more about what kind of work anthropologists perform:

General anthropology websites

Here are some various websites to help you get started learning more about anthropology.

Websites are listed alphabetically. Some sites may require registration or membership to use all features. Clicking on a link will open the website in a new browser window.

Professional organizations

Here's a list of some professional organizations and associations. Many of them have free resources available, but membership is often required to use all of their services. You may want to consider joining some professional groups because membership in them opens up opportunities for conferences, networking, and professional growth.

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