Anthropology Department Resources
The Anthropology Department is equipped with facilities, equipment and personnel which students will find useful during their careers as Anthropology students. Support ranges from advising to awards, computing laboratories, a student lounge, student societies, and equipment.
- Scholarships and Awards
- Housing in San Francisco
- Anthropology Student Association
- Student Writing Handbook
- Policies and Regulations
Combined Colleges Resources
The Anthropology Department is part of the College of Liberal and Creative Arts, and the College had a wide range of resources that can be of help to Anthropology students. College resources include Advising, Computing, Facilities, Publications, and the Student Resource Center.
San Francisco State University Resources
At the larger level of the University, all students have an extensive network of support and advice and this ranges from counseling to study abroad programs to health services and academic assistance. The key web pages that most students need are as follows:
- Associated Students
- Cesar Chavez Student Center
- Office of the Registrars
- Office of Student Affairs
- Student forms
- SFSU Bulletin
Across California there are many learned associations and local and state government agencies of interest or use to San Francisco State Anthropology students. In addition, San Francisco and the Bay Area are home to a phenomenal concentration of educational institutions and cultural centers. Follow the underlined link for a list of resources and links.
- Anthropology dept of UC Berkeley
- Anthropology dept of Standford
- Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA
- UCLA Anthropology Association
- UCLA Archaeology Field Program
Ur-List in Visual Anthropology: Peter Biella maintains the most complete compilation of websites dedicated to the field.
National and International Resources
At the national level, Anthropology students should become aware of the existence, benefits, and resources available from the the major professional associations that represent Anthropology as a discipline. On a larger scale, there are international associations to which students are directed for information and support. Follow the underlined link for a list of resources and links.
- American Anthropological Association
- Anthropology Exhibits on the Web
- Anthropology in the News
- Anthropology Related Websites
- Anthropology Tutorials
- ArchNet:WWW Virtual Library for Archaeology
- Archaeology at the Mining Company
- Archaeological Institute of America/Archaeology Magazine
Link to site by Professor Kojan which lists varied resources for jobs and field schools
- Maya Research Program, Blue Creek, Belize
- Worldwide Email Directory of Anthropologists