HRAF News Vol. 2019-2
Announcing two open positions!
It's that time again! Our year-long internship in honor of Melvin Ember , HRAF president from 1987 to 2009, is open for applicants. We're looking for a college graduate or graduate student who wants to learn the ropes of cross-cultural research by contributing to our ongoing and new projects.

We are also seeking an Outreach Coordinator to fulfill an engaged, creative role at the intersection of anthropology, design, and education.

In other news, our Year-in-Review article is ready for you to recap 2018 with us. And for how to use ethnographic cross-cultural findings to illuminate the archaeological record, see Jeffrey Vadala's new article. Finally, note that we offer 60-day, institution-wide trials to eHRAF —let us know if you want to try out our databases this spring semester.
Click here to see the full description of the Melvin Ember internship program, including application instructions.

Or, learn more about the Outreach Coordinator position .

For information about HRAF as an organization, visit our About page.
Read our annual Year-in-Review! Topics include culture collections added to eHRAF in 2018 and projected for 2019, new membership options, our research projects, conferences attended, personnel updates, and more.

" Given that the archaeological record is often incomplete, how can archaeologists make reliable conclusions about human behavior in the past? ... One especially interesting method in this toolkit involves strategically exploring how humans behave today in order to shed light on how ancient peoples may have acted in the past."

We offer free 60-day trials to all institutions across the world! Are you interested in complimentary access to eHRAF World Cultures or eHRAF Archaeology for your academic institution or public library? We are happy to reach out to your librarians and administrators to get the ball rolling. Just fill out this form or get in touch with me directly.

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