A portal offering prehistory news, research and conference information.
Concerned with prehistory world-wide, its membership is drawn from many countries. Newsletters online, lectures, events, grants, merchandise.
An interactive tutorial produced by the Learning Commons of Washington State University.
Overview of construction by early humans. Includes a summary of environmental alteration by prehistoric peoples.
Offers an overview of prehistory ranging from topics on early hominids to regional discussions of prehistory in the Near East and the American Southwest.
Offers links categorized in five areas: art, daily life, maps, pictures, and research on early man.
An overview of how populations altered ecosystems and extinguished species prior to developing advanced technology.
A talk by Jared Diamond, Ph.D. from UCLA that addresses the question of why human history unfolded differently on different continents for the last 13,000 years.
Offers an overview of human evolution and prehistory with a particular emphasis on early human developments in the Old World. The graphically enhanced tours open with a discussion of the origins of the study of "hominid evolution".
Portion of World History course, which provides an overview of both the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods as well as a section on different theoretical models used to conceptualize prehistory.