Anthropology Reference Tools
- AAA Style Guide
Style Guide (American Journal of Physical Anthropology)
& Archaeology Journals, Publishers, and Guides
reviews of anthropological books, audiovisual materials, software
& multimedia, etc.
Manual of Style Online, 16th edition
Style guide for preparing academic manuscripts. Covers rights and permissions,
grammar, quotations, illustrations, tables, abbreviations, and citation formats
for footnotes and bibliographies.
- Columbia Gazetteer
includes ancient places and archaeological sites
a global registry designed to "provide rapid, easy-to-use information
about scientists and the funding of science"
Yee's Book Reviews
of Mesoamerican Cultures
- Encyclopedia Mythica
an encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, legends, and more
a catalogue of more than 6,700 languages spoken in 228 countries.
of Archaeological Terms (SMU)
- Guide to Anthropological
Fieldnotes and Manuscripts in Archival Repositories
"This guide provides the location of more than 850 anthropological
collections in non-Smithsonian archives. A complementary publication, Guide
to the Collections of the National Anthropological Archives, describes
an additional 640 collections in the Smithsonian's anthropological archives."
Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
This seminal reference work, the first update in over 30 years,
is now in a searchable, fully indexed format with fulltext of articles in
PDF and other formats. The encyclopedia contains over 3,800 reference articles,
150 biographical articles, and over 122,000 index entries. Browsing is available
through the subject sections, which include Anthropology, Archaeology, Area
and International Studies, Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical
and Applied Psychology, Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science, Economics,
Education, Environmental/Ecological Studies, Ethics of Research and Applications,
Evolutionary Sciences, Gender Studies, Geography, Health, History, Law, Linguistics,
Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Media Studies, Organizational and Management
Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy, Science and Technology
Studies, Sociology, Statistics, and Urban Studies.
A cross-searchable hypertexted product providing access to Oxford
University Press' reference resources, such as The Concise Oxford Dictionary
of Archaeology, Dictionary of the Social Sciences, A Dictionary of World Mythology,
The Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, and the Oxford Encyclopedia of
Food and Drink in America.
for American Archaeology Style Guide