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Kottak: Cultural Anthropology 9e
Cultural Anthropology, 9/e
Conrad P. Kottak, University of Michigan


Career Opportunities

Applied Anthropology
(http://anthap.oakland.edu/napafaq.htm#Q1)

This applied anthropology Q&A addresses such concerns as undergrad preparation, job opportunities and working conditions.
Careers in Anthropology
(http://www.ukans.edu/~uces/major/anthropology.shtml)

This site lists dozens of careers a young anthropologist could pursue, and includes a separate list of the necessary skills.
Careers in Archaeology
(http://www.museum.state.il.us/ismdepts/anthro/dlcfaq.html#one)

This archaeological FAQ tells students what they can do now to get ready for a successful career in archaeology.
Careers in Forensic Anthropology
(http://people.uncw.edu/albertm/faqs.htm)

This website provides detailed advice and explanations about the career of a forensic anthropologist.
Career Resources in Anthropology
(http://www.nku.edu/~anthro/careers.html#careers)

Teeming with information and resources, this is a quality-if very wordy-site for students who want to know more about anthropology careers in general. The organizations listed are all local to NKU (Northern Kentucky University).
Student Guide to Becoming a Primatologist
(http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/careers/)

This is a very thorough student guide to becoming a primatologist.
Careers in Physical Anthropology
(http://weber.ucsd.edu/~jmoore/bioanthro/brochure2.html)

Students interested in a non-academic career in physical anthropology can investigate some of their options here.
Finding a Job in Anthropology
(http://www.anthro.umt.edu/jobs/default.htm)

Summer Job in Archaeology
(http://www.anthro.umt.edu/jobs/sumjobar.htm)

If you want a summer job on an archaeological dig, students can find a sample cover letter and more from a Brown University professor.
Guide to Start a Forensic Anthropology Career
(http://www.anthro.umt.edu/studguid/forensic.htm)

This website contains a wonderful A to Z guide for students who desire a forensic anthropology career.
Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunites
(http://www.cincpac.com/afos-cgi-bin/show-opps.pl)

This site posts archaeological fieldwork opportunities from around the globe.
Primatology Jobs
(http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/jobs/listings-avail.html)

Primatology jobs at all levels are posted here.
Princeton Review
(http://www.review.com/career/careerProfile.cfm?id=8)

Princeton Review gives a "day in the life" snapshot of what it's like to be an anthropologist.
The Nation Association of Student Anthroplogists
(http://www.aaanet.org/nasa/)

The National Association of Student Anthropologists addresses the concerns of students and encourages them to get involved as young anthropologists.
Forensic Anthropology Graduate Program
(http://medstat.med.utah.edu/kw/osteo/index2.html)

This is a good guide to getting into a forensic anthropology graduate program.