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ATH 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology: Additional Resources & Citing

From the Web

  • eSkeleton and eFossils are part interactive website-- eAnthro Labs from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin. There you can find skeleton galleries, taxomic trees, and comparative anatomy, plus forums, an interactive map with discoveries and digs, and much more! 
  • Need some help navigating the some the the nuances in Anthropology theories? Check out Anthropological Theories: a guide for students prepared by students created by graduate students at the University of Alabama
  • The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's What does it mean to be human? is another excellent site to explore. It has multimedia interactive displays covering a variety of subjects related to physical anthropology and our existence. 
  • American Anthropological Association is a the official website of the professional organization. Here you can find out about the goings on of the professional Anthropology community.

Online Resources for Writing & Citing

Formatting Your Paper  & Citations

Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) Chicago Formatting & Style Guide webpage(s) provide some really great, quick help for figuring out how to format your paper, and your citations! I would recommend checking here, as they have an easily navigable display and the citation formatting is broken down in an accessible way.


Other tools you might use are citation builders like these:


Not all citation creators are built equally:

make sure you keep in mind that computer-generated citations can occasionally spit out flawed citations, so go over them with a fine-toothed comb before turning in your assignment!

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