LIBRARY OPERATING STATUS: The Richard E. Bjork Library is open now. Occupancy is limited to 141 people and all patrons must wear a mask. Curbside service is also available. Librarians are available for virtual reference.
Produced by the University of Texas-Austin, this web site is devoted to the study of human and primate comparative anatomy. It offers a unique set of digitized versions of skeletons in 2-D and 3-D in full color, animations, and much supplemental information.
The EVIA Digital Archive Project is a joint effort of Indiana University and the University of Michigan to establish a digital archive of ethnographic video for use by scholars and instructors. Media in the EVIA Project consists of video collections that have been selected for inclusion by an editorial committee, and annotations have gone through a scholarly review process.
Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the NAA and HSFA collect and preserve historical and contemporary anthropological materials that document the world's cultures and the history of anthropology. The web site includes several online exhibits.
The purpose of the Forensic Anthropology Center is to provide research, training and service with compassion. The FAC includes the Anthropology Research Facility (a.k.a. the "Body Farm") as well as the Forensic Data Bank.