List of discussion lists in Anthropology

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Table of Contents

  1. Cultural Anthropology
  2. Archaeology
  3. Linguistics
  4. Physical Anthropology
  5. Museum Studies

    Cultural Anthropology

    ANSS-L: Discussion list for information specialists (librarians) in anthropology, sociology, and related fields. LISTSERV@UCI.EDU

    ANTHAP4: Issues relating to refugees, internally displaced persons, forced and involuntary migration and resettlement. You do not have to be a member of the Society for Applied Anthropology to join. GEIGER@PEGASUS.CC.UCF.EDU

    ANTHRO-L: General anthropology list, covering the four fields. LISTSERV@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU

    ANTHRO-LIB: Liberation Anthropology Group. Third- and fourth-world peoples and cultures. LISTPROC@LISTS.COLORADO.EDU

    ASAONET: Problems and issues concerning Oceania. List is a ssemi-official organ of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, but it is open to everyone. LISTSERV@UICVM.UIC.EDU

    CELTIC-L: Celtic culture list. LISTSERV@IRLEARN.UCD.IE

    COSWA-L: Women in anthropology list. LISTSERV@RELAY.DOIT.WISC.EDU

    CRFA-L: List for the Center for Research and Fieldwork in Anthropology at the University of Texas at Arlington. LISTSERV@UTARLVM1.UTA.EDU

    DANCE-L: Folk and traditional dance. LISTSERV@HEARN.NIC.SURFNET.NL

    EASIANTH: East Asia anthropology. LISTSERV@VM.TEMPLE.EDU

    ETHMUS-L: Global ethnomusicology. LISTSERV@UMDD.UMD.EDU

    ETHNET-L: Irish and British ethnographic research. LISTSERV@YSUB.YSU.EDU

    ETHNO: Ethnomethodology/conversation analysis. COMSERVE@VM.ECS.RPI.EDU



    H-SAE: An H-Net list for the Anthropology of Europe. LISTSERV@MSU.EDU

    HERB: Medicinal and aromatic planTs. Covers cross-cultural and folk/herbal medicine. LISTSERV@TREARNPC.EGE.EDU.TR

    IND-NET: American Indian discussion list. LISTPROC@LISTPROC.WSU.EDU

    MAPC: Materialist Anthropology and the Production of Culture Workshop. LISTSERV@VM.UTCC.UTORONTO.CA)

    NativeNet: A group of lists dealing with aboriginal issues, all located at LISTSERV@TAMVM1.TAMU.EDU. NATIVE-L: General information exchange. NAT-CHAT: General discussion. NAT-1492: Post-1492 issues. NAT-LANG: Languages. NAT-HLTH: Health issues.

    NAT-EDU: Aboriginal education issues. LISTSERV@INDYCMS.IUPUI.EDU


    NAT-WORK: Native American work issues. LISTSERV@AKRONVM.UAKRON.EDU

    ORTRAD-L: Interdisciplinary forum for discussion on oral traditions. LISTSERV@MIZZOU1.MISSOURI.EDU

    SBANTH-L: Anthropology Graduate students. LISTSERV@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU

    SEANET-L: Southeast Asian studies. LISTSERV@NUSVM.BITNET

    SEASIA-L: Southeast Asia. SEASIA-L@MSU.EDU


    AEGEANET: Pre-Classical Aegean world. MAJORDOMO@ACPUB.DUKE.EDU

    AIA-L: Archaeological Institute of America. Open to all. LISTSERV@BRYNMAWR.EDU

    ANCIEN-L: History of the ancient Mediterranean. LISTSERV@ULKYVM.LOUISVILLE.EDU

    ANE: Ancient Near East. From the Indus to the Nile and from the beginnings of human habitation to the rise of Islam. MAJORDOMO@OI.UCHICAGO.EDU

    ARCH-ARCTIC: Arctic archaeology. MAISER@NATMUS.MIN.DK

    ARCH-L: General archaeology list. Has files of bibliographies available. LISTSERV@TAMVM1.TAMU.EDU

    ARCH-METALS: All aspects of metals and metallurgy (and related aspects of Materials Science) in archaeology. Send message "Join arch-metals yourname" to MAILBASE@MAILBASE.AC.UK.

    ARCHSTUD: Graduate and undergraduate students in historical archaeology. LISTSERV@SUVM.SYR.EDU

    ARCH-THEORY: Archaeological theory, social theory, material culture, cultural identity, and perspectives from anthropology and history. Send message "Join arch-theory yourname" to MAILBASE@MAILBASE.AC.UK.

    ARTIFACT: Study of material culture. LISTSERV@UMDD.UMD.EDU

    AZTLAN: Pre-Columbian history of the Americas. LISTSERV@ULKYVM.LOUISVILLE.EDU

    C14-L: List for researchers involved in radiocarbon and other radioisotopes used in dating, and in scientific dating issues in general. LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ARIZONA.EDU

    CONSERVATION DISTLIST: Moderated list for professionals engaged in the conservation of cultural materials. To subscribe, send a note to CONSDIST-REQUEST@LINDY.STANFORD.EDU

    GAARCH-L: Georgia Archaeology list. LISTSERV@SUN.CC.WESTGA.EDU

    HISTARCH: Historical archaeology. LISTSERV@ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU

    LT-ANTIQ: Late Antiquity AD260-640. Late Roman, Early Byzantine, Early Medieval and Early Islamic periods. Geographic coverage: Western Europe to the Middle East and from the Sahara to Russia. LISTSERV@UNIVSCVM.CSD.SCAROLINA.EDU

    NAGPRA-L: Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1990) discussion list. MAJORDOMO@WORLD.STD.COM

    NUMISM-L: Ancient and medieval numismatics. LISTSERV@UNIVSCVM.CSD.SCAROLINA.EDU

    OZARK-L: Covers Ozark highlands of Missouri, Arkansas and surrounding regions. Topics include archaeological and historical studies of this area.

    PACARC-L: Pacific Rim archaeology. LISTPROC@LISTPROC.WSU.EDU

    PAPY: Papyrology and the history, epigraphy and archaeology of Greco-Roman Egypt. PAPY@IGL.KU.DK

    PRESERVATION-L: Architectural restoration and preservation. LISTSERV@NETCOM.COM

    QUATERNARY: Research in the Quaternary sciences, particularly in Canada. LISTSERV@MORGAN.UCS.MUN.CA


    ROMARCH: Roman art and archaeology. Covers a) the material culture of ancient Italy, from ca. 1000 B.C. to A.D.600, including Etruscans, Samnites, Romans, Greeks, etc.; b) material cultures of all Roman provinces, including Roman interaction with local populations and cultures. MAJORDOMO@ROME.CLASSICS.LSA.UMICH.EDU

    SPANBORD: History and archaeology of the Spanish borderlands, 1521-1900. LISTSERV@ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU

    SUB-ARCH: Underwater archaeology. LISTSERV@ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU



    GERLINGL: Older Germanic languages (to 1500). GERLINGL@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU


    LATAMLIN: Latin American linguistics and languages. LATAMLIN@MITVMA.MIT.EDU

    LINGUIST: Linguistics and related fields. LISTSERV@TAMVM1.TAMU.EDU

    Physical Anthropology

    CBR-L: Craniofacial Biology Research list. Focuses on the growth and development of the human head. MAJORDOMO@PO.CWRU.EDU

    COLORCAT: Color Categorization. Explores how the color continuum is partitione d into categories by various human processes. LISTSERV@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU

    HUMEVO-L: Human Evolutionary research. LISTSERV@PSUORVM.CC.PDX.EDU

    LPN-L: Laboratory Primate Newsletter. LISTSERV@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU

    PAN-L: Physical anthropology. LISTSERV@PSUORVM.CC.PDX.EDU

    PRIMATOLOGY: Study of human and nonhuman primates. To subscribe, send a message saying "Join primatology yourname" to MAILBASE@MAILBASE.AC.UK

    Museum Studies

    H-LOCAL: State and local history, and museum studies. LISTSERV@MSU.EDU

    MUSEUM-L: General museum list for museum professionals. LISTSERV@UNMVMA.UNM.EDU