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26 Jan

Originally posted on American Anthropological Association:

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The American Anthropological Association is delighted to announce its eAnthroGuide online, a directory of more than 800 academic departments; museums; government agencies; nonprofits, NGOs, and foundations; research and consulting firms. To promote study of the discipline, we offer a freely available program search in which students and faculty advisers may look up institutions by Country, State, degree offered, subdisciplinary specialization, internships, and more.

As a benefit of joining AAA, we also offer a more robust search engine of degrees and programs, including searches of 10,000+ anthropological and archaeological specialists. Members may login to use the premium eAnthroGuide to locate subject experts as well as programs. After logging in, look in left-hand menu for eAnthroGuide Members Only Institution Search and eAnthroGuide Members Only Individual Search.

To read more about the print AnthroGuide and its history, go to: http://www.aaanet.org/publications/guide.cfm.

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