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What is the AnthroGuide?

A fully searchable reference of anthropologists within universities, colleges, museums, non-profits, government agencies, and businesses. The online version of the AnthroGuide allows you to search for organizations by name, location, degrees offered, available internships, field schools, and more.

The Guide also highlights key organizational information including the names and specialties of faculty/staff. Click here to search for programs by faculty/staff expertise.

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Pursuing a Degree?

Looking for an Anthropology Program that offers BA/BS, MA/MS, PhD, and certificates? Search the database of AnthroGuide institutions by location, highest degree offered, degree type, online classes, anthropology clubs, or faculty/staff expertise.

Want information on how to fund your graduate studies? Check out our Fellowships & Support page.

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Field Schools in the AnthroGuide

Field schools provide the training ground for anthropology students to learn field methods and gain experience. Search the online AnthroGuide for field school opportunities in archaeology, linguistic anthropology, sociocultural anthropology, and biological anthropology.

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Internships in the AnthroGuide

Explore the internship opportunities available through organizations listed in the AnthroGuide by keyword and location.

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Dissertations and Theses

Find recently awarded dissertations and theses in cultural anthropology, medical anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology, and other fields. Search by title, author, year awarded, and topic.

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As part of the AAA’s new Comprehensive Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault, we now require field schools and other research experiences advertised on our website or through AAA-supported social media, draft and make available on demand a code of conduct prohibiting sexual assault and sexual harassment. Appropriate reporting mechanisms for those who do experience or witness sexual harassment or sexual assault will also be required.

History of the AnthroGuide