Here are some popular magazines on a number of different
topics involving archeology and anthropology that may be of interest.
We've organized the list by appropriate reading level for your convenience.
Check with your local library for more information. You may also want
to check with your state
State Historic Preservation Officer for information on state or
Published in cooperation with the Archaeological Institute of America,
this magazine for kids covers a broad range of contemporary archeological
topics across the world.
Magazine of world cultures, written for readers 9-14.
Innovative online magazine for kids, covering a range of archeological
Magazine covering American history, written for ages 9-14.
for General Audiences
The Archaeological Conservancy's magazine covering archeology in the
United States, with some additional coverage of Canada and Latin America.
Magazine covers discusses American history and heritage, with articles directly related to cultural anthropology and archeology.
Archaeological Institute of America's magazine, covering a broad range
of contemporary archeological topics across the world.
The National Park Service's magazine dedicated to archeology and anthropology
in the public interest.
The National Park Service's magazine dedicated to contemporary issues
within the Cultural Resource Management field.
Magazine focusing on a number of issues related to anthropology and human cultures.
Published by the National Geographic Society, National Geographic magazine
explores issues related to human cultures around the world.
Americas: Hemispheric Journal of Indigenous Issues
Magazine focusing on contemporary Native American political and cultural
Magazine published by the American Museum of Natural History.
Magazine focusing on a number of issues related to anthropology and
The weekly newsmagazine of Science focusing on issues related to anthropology
Magazine focusing on science, technology, business and culture.
Magazine published by the Smithsonian Institution, focuses on culture, arts and history.
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