Social Sciences Resource Links

  1. Anthropology

  2. Psychology

  3. Womens History

  4. Other Social Sciences Resources


Links to the Past From the National Park Service. Information for teachers on archaeology, cultural heritage, etc. in the nation's parks.

Flints and Stones Introduction to the world of late Stone Age hunter gathers through an exhibit of Europe's inhabitants.

Archaeological Resources Guide for Europe A virtual library of European archaeology with over 1,000 links to current work and information resources around Europe.

Southwestern Archaeology The "type" site for Web archaeology in the Southwestern United States.

The Inca Trail and Machu Picchu A virtual tour on an ancient Inca roadway leading to the city of Machu Picchu.

Archeology at Andersonville Dig at the former Civil War prison camp.

Virtual Autopsy National Geographic's autopsy of a 500 year old Incan Mummy, piece by piece.

American Folklife Center Home Page From the Library of Congress.

Smithsonian Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Events Sponsor of the annual folklife festival on the mall.

Native American Ages Access to home pages of individual Native Americans, nations, and other sites.

Native Americans and Other Indigenous Peoples Bookmarks

The Jane Goodall Institute

Canadian Museum of Civilization

University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology

Oriental Institute Virtual Muesum

Scrolls from the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumram and Modern Scholarship

Peabody Museum Exhibits On-line

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C. G. Jung, Analytical Psychology, and Culture

Neuroscience for Kids  A clear, detailed, graphical explanation of the neurosystem.

Psychology Place  - see your teacher for a login and password

Psychology Virtual Library

Psych Web

ShrinkTank: A Psychology/Mental Health BBS

Sigmund Freud and the Freud Archives

The auditory brain, The Brain and Vision

DANA Brain Alliance - Sensory/Perception resources

Activity - perception

Hearing, Seeing and Tasting the World

Illusions and other Surprises

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Womens History

A Celebration of Women Writers An incredible list of women authors from Jane Addams to Helen Zimmern whose works are available on-line.

Distinguished Women of Past and Present  Biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many different ways. The database may be searched by field of activity or by name.

History of the Suffrage Movement  Includes an excellent timeline from 1792 to today

National Women's History Project Organizer of Women's History Month activities and materials.  Information about the PBS program of the same name, as well as the following sections: "The History of the Suffrage Movement," "A Brief Timeline of the Women Suffrage Movement," "Discussion Questions for the Classroom," and "Suggested Readings."

"Votes for Women" Collection of pictures related to the women's suffrage movement in the Americam Memory project sponsored by the Library of Congress.

A long and comprehensive list of Internet links from the Distinguished Women of Past and Present website.

Women in America, 1820 to 1842 The experiences of women in the new republic as recorded by eighteen European travelers to the United States during the first half of the nineteenth century. The writings are organized both chronologically and topically, allowing readers to compare the writing of several authors on a given subject.

Women in World History Interactive site full of information and resources about women's experiences in world history. Includes Female Heroes, Lessons, Reviews, Current Events, and Words of Wisdom.

Women in the Workforce Quiz An introductory quiz compiled by the Department of Labor to test your knowledge on women's roles in the workforce. Answers are included.

Women in the Workplace Articles from the magazine Women's History

Women's Studies Links(Yale) A categorized linking of hundreds of web sites related to women's studies

Women's Studies Resources (University of Maryland, College Park) The database contains collections of conference announcements, calls for papers, and employment opportunities, as well as a picture gallery, and a significant number of government documents, and much more.

Woman Suffrage and the 19th Ammendment  A National Archives resource including primary documents and lessons.

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Other Social Sciences Resources

Channel One Site

Comprehensive World History Site

Discovery Channel Site

dMarie Time Capsule
Find out what happened on a given date in history.

HyperHistory Online

Time Magazine
Time Magazine's most influential people of the 20th Century.

USA Today

Washington Post Online

The Southern Center for International Studies (SCIS)
SCIS, founded in 1962, is a non-profit educational institution based in Atlanta, Georgia. The primary mission of SCIS is to inform and internationalize the thinking of the American public.