Online Journals and Magazines
- Alaska Native Collections: Sharing Knowledge
Aims to make the vast collections on Alaska and northeast Siberia in the National Museum of Natural History and National Museum of the American Indian accessible.
- American Indian and Alaska Native Data and Links (U.S. Census Bureau)
Includes current materials & information links; population estimates & projections; & previous censuses (RCL 2007. Site visited on Jan. 12/10).
- Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History
Selected as an outstanding academic web site of Social & Behavioral Sciences for 2007 (Choice, Aug. 2008, p. 2114).
- BlackPast.org: Remembered & Reclaimed
Includes primary and secondary sources for research in African American history (Choice, Mar. 2008, p. 1220). The focus is on "general African American history and African American history in the western US."
- Black Voices: African American and Black Culture Community
- California Language Archive
- CPANDA: Cultural Policy and the Arts National Data Archive
Interactive digital archive of policy-relevant data on the arts and cultural policy in the United States.
- Digital Library on American Slavery
Offers abstracted data on individual slaves, slaveholders, and free people of color.
- Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History
Images are searchable by "geographic area, culture, and object name" (Choice, Feb. 2009, p. 1145). Includes "over 200,000 digital images"
- Duke Collection of American Indian Oral History
The Duke Collection provides access to typescripts of interviews (1967-1972) conducted with hundreds of Indians in Oklahoma.
- The Encyclopedia Mythica
"on mythology, folklore, legends". (Reviewed: Mars Best 2001)
- European Social Survey
Aims to measure and explain how peoples social values, cultural norms, and behavior patterns are distributed, the way in which they differ between nations, and the direction and speed at which they are changing in Europe." (Choice, Mar. 2008, p. 1140)
"Underwritten by the European Commission, Europeana … [is] a digital repository focused on European cultural heritage. The site … comprises more than four million digital objects, with plan to expand to more than ten million in … 2010." (Choice, Dec. 2009, p. 647)
- Germanic Mythology
Texts, Translations, Scholarship
- Index of Native American Sources on the Internet
Includes more than 30 subject areas ranging from Culture, History and Education to Virtual Libraries (RCL 2007)
Features "Today's Highlights", including local links, job links & quick links. Among 20 subject areas, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Law, Politics & Sports are included. (RCL 2007)
- Migration Information Source
"For researchers interested in international, national, and local migration issues …. The site is a must for anyone researching immigration, asylum, and refugee questions." (Reviewed: Mars Best 2007)
- National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives
- Native American Heritage Month
The site "is a valuable guide to events and a gateway to educational resources on Native American topics" (Choice, Apr. 2009, p. 1574). Provides "extensive links to digital collections of Native American perspectives, texts, images, and audio/video files."
- Native American Sites
Covers 11 categories from Information on individual Native Nations to General Indian-Oriented Home Pages. (RCL 2007.)
Includes over 30 subjects, ranging from Anthropology & Archaeology to Women. (RCL 2007)
- REESWeb - The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Russian & Eastern European Studies
Provides "access to Internet sites for research into Russian, Soviet, post-Soviet, and Eastern European studies." (Choice, Feb. 2008, p. 965)
- A Roma Journey
Provides a unique opportunity to uncover Romani culture in the Balkans and beyond.
- Sequoyah Research Center/American Native Press Archives
- Smithsonian Education: Celebrate History and Heritage Months
This portal "provides educational materials and resources on African/Americans/blacks, American Indians/Native Americans, Asia-Pacific Americans, Hispanic Americans, and women in US culture and history." (Choice, Sept. 2009, p. 187)
- Snopes.com: Urban Legends Reference Pages
"common fallacies, misinformation, old wives tales, strange news stories, rumor, celebrity gossip" (Reviewed: Mars Best 2006)
- U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs
Includes an interactive map of the U.S. separated into 12 divisions, from Alaska to Rocky Mountain. (RCL 2007)
- Visualising China / from the University of Bristol, UK
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