Looking for a school or course?
If you are searching for information on a school or a summer course in archaeology, visit the Academic Departments & Programs page. Over 70 anthropology and/or archaeology departments world-wide have on-line information about undergraduate and graduate programs.
Looking for a person?
If you are looking for a particular person, we suggest you consult WEDA, the World EMail Directory of Anthropologists & Archaeologists. This resource, maintained by Hugh Jarvis, contains email and WWW addresses for hundreds of anthropologists, archaeologists, and institutions.
Questions regarding archaeology in your state?
Every state in the US has an appointed archaeologist. The National Association of State Archaeologists has contact information for all 50 states and US possessions. If you have a question regarding archaeology in your state, would like to work as a volunteer, want to know the laws regarding archaeology, this site provides a good starting place.
You might also want to contact your local Historical Society or State Historic Preservation Office.
Listservers are email based systems which allow users to exchange information. List subscribers can submit and receive questions and/or comments via email.
There are a large number of the archaeology focused listservers.
Click here for a list of archaeology related newsgroups and listservers.
Newsgroups contain threaded discussions on a wide range of topics. This is
a good place to post a question regarding a particular site, a book or article,
or artifact type. Note: to use the newsgroups you must have
local access to a news server.
Some useful news groups are:
World Wide Web Search Engines
There are many resources related to archaeology which are not registered with
ArchNet. In order to find the most recently added sites or a subject
not directly related to archaeology we suggest using one of the large
WWW Search Engines, such as:
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