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  1. Cultural Anthropology: The Field Study of Human Beings by Alexander Moore, 1998-05-01
  2. Applying Cultural Anthropology: An Introductory Reader by Aaron Podolefsky, Peter Brown, et all 2008-10-28
  3. Cultural Anthropology in a Globalizing World (2nd Edition) by Barbara Miller, 2009-12-16
  4. Biological Anthropology: The Natural History of Humankind by Craig Stanford, John S. Allen, et all 2005-03-04
  5. Exploring Medical Anthropology (3rd Edition) by Donald Joralemon, 2009-09-03
  6. Culture Counts: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology by Serena Nanda, Richard L. Warms, 2008-09-29
  7. Cultural Anthropology (12th Edition) by Carol R. Ember, Melvin R. Ember, 2006-04-15
  8. The New Testament World: Insights from Cultural Anthropology 3rd edition by Bruce J. Malina, 2001-03
  9. Cultural Anthropology by Serena Nanda, Richard L. Warms, 2010-01-01
  10. Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition by Emily A. Schultz, Robert H. Lavenda, 2008-03-31
  11. Essentials of Physical Anthropology: Discovering Our Origins by Clark Spencer Larsen, 2009-09-23
  12. Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 09/10 by Elvio Angeloni, 2008-10-14
  13. Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method by John,Jr. Collier, Malcolm Collier, 1986-10-01
  14. Introducing Cultural Anthropology by Roberta Lenkeit, 2008-10-17

41. JSTOR: Yearbook Of Anthropology
Yearbook of anthropology. (continued by Current anthropology) JSTORcoverage 1955. Journal Information for Yearbook of anthropology.
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42. CCSU Anthropology Main Page
Subfields include cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics, with concentrations in biological anthropology and crosscultural comparison.

Welcome to the CCSU Anthropology Home Page.
CCSU anthropology students and faculty are involved in a range of research and service projects at home and abroad. The links below will point you to those programs and projects as well as to other aspects related to Anthropology at CCSU. At CCSU we pride ourselves on our commitment to our discipline and our students. We hope you find this page and its links helpful. Please contact us at the CCSU Anthropology Department for further information.
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43. JSTOR: Anthropology Today
anthropology Today. (continues RAIN) Journal Information for anthropology Today.Publisher Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
Anthropology Today
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44. Department Of Anthropology, Sociology, And Social Work
anthropology, Sociology Social Work (Richmond, KY)

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45. Welcome To University Of Pennsylvania Museum Of Archaeology And Anthropology
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46. Department Of Sociology,Anthropology, & Social Work
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47. Museum Of Anthropology
Exhibits, collections, calendars, and programs from the museum specializing in First Nations culture.Category Reference Museums Science anthropology......Museum of anthropology at the University of British Columbia. The missionof the Museum of anthropology is to investigate, preserve
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48. The Society For Applied Anthropology
Promotes the investigation of human behavior and practical applications to contemporary issues. Features Category Science Social Sciences Organizations......©2003 Society for Applied anthropology. All rights reserved.

49. The Gnostic Institute
Founded by V.M. Samael Aun Weor. Gnosis is the science of awakening the consciousness, the narrow and difficult way to Life, and to direct, experiential knowledge of the divine.
Certainly, one of the most difficult problems of our epoch stems from the intricate labyrinth of theories. Undoubtedly, in these times there is an exorbitant multiplicity of pseudo-esoteric and pseudo-occultist schools here, there and everywhere. The marketing of souls, books and theories is frightening. Rare are those who really manage to find the Secret Path among the many cobwebs of contradictory ideas. Gravest of all is intellectual fascination. There is a tendency to nourish ourselves only intellectually with all that reaches the mind. The vagabonds of the intellect are no longer content with all the subjective literature and the ordinary types of books found in abundance in the bookstores. Now, to make matters worse, they also stuff themselves to the point of indigestion with cheap pseudo-esoterism and pseudo-occultism that abound everywhere like weeds. The result of all this is a gibberish of confusion and manifest disorientation... Read More Topics: The Antichrist The Awakening of the Consciousness Darkness Direct Knowledge ... Kundalini, Tantra and Sexuality

50. Anthropology Home
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51. WebRing: Hub
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52. Anthropology Internet Resources
Index of Internet resources in anthropology and Native American Studies, maintained by the Social Category Science Social Sciences anthropology Directories...... Western Connecticut State University Department of Social Sciences. WCSU Listanthropology Internet Resources. U. Louisville What is anthropology?
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53. The Anthropology Of Mythology
An introduction to the meaning of myths, with glossary and links.

54. The University Of Michigan Museum Of Anthropology
Archaeological research and training facility at the University of Michigan. Images and information Category Reference Education Libraries and Museums Museums...... Search Engine, email Questions? The Museum of anthropology is one of the majorarchaeological research and teaching facilities in the United States.
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The Museum of Anthropology is one of the major archaeological research and teaching facilities in the United States. The Museum does not maintain exhibit space and its collections are usually not available for public viewing. This web site is designed to make available images and information about selected collections from the Museum holdings. We also provide information about our publications archaeological site lists for the state of Michigan and NAGPRA inventories. This is a graphically intensive site. A high speed connection is recommended. We anticipate that development of this web site will be an on going process and hope you will visit frequently to view new exhibits. The Museum is divided into eight divisions or "ranges" for curation of collections. These are Ethnology Ethnobotany Asian Great Lakes ... New World , and Physical . Physical access to the collection and purchase of images of the collection or from the Photographic collection may be requested through a Request Form All text and images presented in the Museum website are for personal educational use. Any commercial use or publication in any form is strictly forbidden without prior consent.

55. Anabaptist Sociology & Anthropology Association
Welcome to the ASAA website! We are an organization for sociologists and anthropologists (and fellow travelers of these disciplines) who either embrace or study the several Christian movements descended from the Anabaptist movement of the 16th century (e.g., Amish, Brethren, Hutterite, Mennonite). The purpose of the page is to provide information on the Association, and to help its members and friends keep in touch. Use the menu at the left to find the information and resources available here.
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56. Sociology And Anthropology
Sociology and anthropology (Radford, VA)

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  • 57. Coming Onto The Land
    An article from Discover Magazine describing the discovery of Acanthostega gunnari, an animal that helped revolutionize paleontologists view of tetrapod evolution.
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    Carl Zimmer
    The evolution of fish into walking land animals was one of the greatest chapters in the history of life. Now a remarkable fossil creature shows that all the real excitement happened underwater. When you consider the years paleontologists often spend in daily and intimate contact with their fossils, it's not very surprising that they come to regard their long-gone animals as pets. Some work on the show dogs of the fossil world; they brag about how fast their velociraptor ran or how efficiently their saber-toothed tiger could sever a spinal cord. But when you listen to Jenny Clack talk about her pet, a fossil creature named Acanthostega that she has been working on for seven years, she sounds like the owner of a sweet, homely mongrel. "It wasn't very smart," she says. "It probably spent a lot of its time sitting at the bottom of lagoons, hidden in the muck, waiting for something to come by it could eat." Clack has helped make a reconstruction of it; its salamander-like body has big glassy eyes sitting on top of a flat, Muppet-style head, its mouth permanently caught in a foolish smile. Acanthostega mixes the anatomy of a newt with the charm of a mutt. But though it may not have their flair, in terms of evolutionary significance Acanthostega can easily go nose to nose with any of its fossilized companions. Velociraptors and sabertooths are both tetrapodsthat is, they have four limbs, along with fingers and toes, hips and shoulders. We humans are also tetrapods, as are iguanas, ravens, bullfrogs, porcupines, and every vertebrate that has ever walked on dry land. Even whales and snakes are tetrapods, although they shed their legs long ago. Acanthostega was a tetrapod, too, but at 360 million years old, it has a special distinction: aside from creatures suggested by a few older fossil fragments, it is the most primitive tetrapod known. That means that Jenny Clack's sweet, unprepossessing pet holds answers to the great mystery of how our ancestors changed from fish and hauled their bodies out of the water.

    58. Music & Anthropology
    Music anthropology, Journal of Mediterranean Musical anthropologyHome site at University of Bologna (Italy)

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    Università di Bologna Fondazione Olga e Ugo Levi Mirror site at UMBC (USA) © 1996 Dipartimento di Musica e Spettacolo dell'Università di Bologna, Via Barberia , 4

    59. Division Of The Social Sciences | University Of Chicago
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