Professional, academic, and student organizations, institutes and foundations.
AES, based at Sofia, is a non-governmental organization in the field of anthropology. Provides information on projects.
The primary professional society of anthropologists in the United States since its founding in 1902, is the world's largest professional organization of individuals interested in anthropology.
Organization dedicated to facilitating communication between researchers. Features news, officers, contacts, information on workshops, and events.
A student-run organization designed to serve the needs of undergraduate and graduate students. Offers calendar of events, lecture series and newsletter in PDF format.
Section of the American Anthropological Association raising awareness of feminist issues in all fields of anthropology and supporting women in anthropology.
Features group profile, history and contacts.
A bilingual organization promoting, supporting, and disseminating anthropological research in Canada.
The principal aim of the Society is to promote cooperation and data sharing within Europe in the field of ethnopharmacology.
GAD is a section of the American Anthropological Association and is composed of anthropologists interested in what unifies and cross-cuts the discipline. Provides information on education, publications and awards.
H-Net group affiliated with the Society for the Anthropology of Europe and dedicated to scholars, advanced students, teachers, and professionals desiring academic discussions. Features subject overview, archives, reviews, images, related resources, and subscription details.
An academic society that supports anthropological field research, complemented by historical analysis and a range of social science methods.
Promotes the study of anthropological aspects of health, illness, health care, and related topics. Features mission statement, history and board members.
International, nonprofit organization concerned about the future of the world's biological, cultural and linguistic diversity.
British professional organization encompassing social anthropology, biological anthropology, and the study of material culture. Features history, membership details, publications and contacts.
A private operating foundation that supports basic research in all branches of anthropology.
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