Research into the influence of popular culture on the decoration of barber shops in Arusha, Tanzania by Brad Weiss, of the College of William and Mary. Features photos with brief captions.
A collection of articles that examine issues of power, exploitation and resistance from an anthropological perspective.
Online version of the series of books that include: Plenitude, Transformation, Commotion. The series offers an anthropological account of modern life by Grant McCracken.
Features information and contact details for the project hosted by the University of Northern British Columbia. Summer 2003.
Research in architecture on the phenomenology of space of O. F. Bollnow. [in English, French and German].
Encyclopedia features cross-cultural information on sexual behavior development. Offers researchers the opportunity to participate in the project and bibliography.
Paul Roquet's project comparing the acoustic ecology of living places in the Cook Islands, Fiji, Tonga, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Nepal, and Bhutan. Features research proposal, bibliography and guestbook.
Dedicated to fostering and disseminating comparative research. Features news, staff profiles, events and contacts at the Australian National University.
Open content project collecting observations made by travelers on behavior in other cultures. Features project description, technical details, and contacts.
Features software and data for comparative ethnographic analysis.