American Folklife Center - This specialized research faculty (part of the Library of Congress) was created in 1976 with the mandate to collect, preserve and analyze Americas folk cultures. Links to the Archives of Folk Music, Center Publications, and the essay "American Folklife: A Commonwealth of Cultures" are among the features of this site.
Arctic Studies Center - A well-designed, easy-to-use site filled with attractive illustrations. A simple search engine allows the user further investigations of the Center's resources and provides access to specific elements of the exhibits that lead to additional details on Arctic peoples and the cultures.
Caribbean Primate Research Center - Founded as the Cayo Santiago rhesus monkey colony in 1938, this primate site offers a bibliography of behavioral and biological research publications (1939-1996) data on the two field populations, and the massive primate skeletal collection.
Center for Applied Linguistics - A nonprofit organization of scholars using the techniques of linguistics and allied fields to identify language-related problems.
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, (Oxford) - The largest graduate anthropology department in the United Kingdom. Staff research interests emphasize the ethnography of the non-Euro-American world. Visitors to the page should review the documents listed under "ISCA Web Projects" for further inf
International Dunhuang Project - An international cooperative effort to make available over 100,000 images of paintings, manuscripts and other artifacts from Dunhuang and other siteso n the Silk Road of Central Asia.
The Rosetta Project - The Rosetta Project is a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers working to develop a contemporary version of the historic Rosetta Stone. In this updated iteration, our goal is a meaningful survey and near permanent archive of 1,000 languages.