The links on this page are to external websites and sources. Many are pdfs from university websites intended for the students of specific courses. If you are the author of any of these resources and would prefer that they are not included, please let me know.
- The First Humans – Origin and Early Evolution of the Genus Homo R. Leakey, I. Tattersall, and F. Fleagle, Eds. (Contributions from the Third Stony Brook Human Evolution Symposium and Workshop October 3 2006) *
- Out of Africa I: The First Hominin Colonization of Eurasia John G. Fleagle, John J. Shea, Frederick E. Grine, Andrea L. Baden, Richard E. Leakey
- Handbook of Paleoanthropology I. Tattersall and W. Henke, Eds.
Geology & Environmental Sciences
- Soil Science for Archaeologists (pdf) From a training course in geology aimed at archaeologists and/or those interested in applying geology to archaeology [source: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
and Southeast Archeological Center, National Park Service].
- Introduction to Quaternary Ecology (website) Course syllabus with links, pdfs, and bibliographies [source: University of Arizona, Geology]
- Palynology resources (website)
- Human Ecology: Contemporary Research and Practice D. Bates and J. Tucker, Eds.
- An Introduction to Archaeological Chemistry T. Price and J. Burton, Eds.
- Statistics for Archaeologists: A Common Sense Approach R. Drennan **
- Integrating Zooarchaeology and Paleoethnobotany: A Consideration of Issues, Methods, and Cases A. Van Derwarker and P. Peres, Eds
- Sourcebook of Paleolithic Transitions: Methods, Theories, and Interpretations M. Camps and P. Chauhan, Eds..
Anatomy & Comparative Biology
- Introduction to human skeletal anatomy (pdf) Basic skeletal anatomy, diagrams, illustrations, descriptions and bacground information aimed at forensic anthropology students. [source: University of New England]
- eSkeletons.org (website) “An interactive environment in which to examine and learn about skeletal anatomy. The purpose of this site is to enable you to view the bones of both human and non-human primates and to gather information about them from our osteology database.” [University of Texas as Austin]
- Zooarchaeology Lab Notes (website) [Ryan Hurtardo, Colarado State University]
- Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology D. Slice