The AnthroGuide has been the premiere information source for the study of anthropology since 1962 when the first directory of anthropology programs was published. The AAA Executive Board issued a directive to publish a volume that would "assist students who want to go into the field, by providing such basic information as degrees offered; name, rank and specialties of the staff; basic strengths of the graduate programs, including number of courses offered in geographic areas and specialties; and where to write for catalogues and other information."
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The AnthroGuide is included as a DSP Partnership benefit. The AnthroGuide cannot be purchased separately. These are the following DSP programs you can join, depending on your highest degree conferred:
*Although the AnthroGuide is a benefit of being a DSP Partner, Bachelors Programs and Affiliated Institutions/Field Schools/Museums are exceptions who may list in the AnthroGuide complimentarily without being DSP Partners. You can indicate this on the DSP join/renew application.