Category Archives: eHRAF Highlights

Featured eHRAF teaching exercise: Comparison of prehistoric burial practices

This week’s featured eHRAF teaching exercise was produced in-house here at HRAF by Christiane Cunnar. Designed for classroom use or as a homework assignment, Exercise 2.3 Burial Practices: A world-wide comparison of burial practices in…

HRAF at Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Conference in Vancouver, B.C. (29 Mar-2 Apr 2017)

Dear Archaeology Faculty, If you are attending the 2017 Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Conference in Vancouver, B.C., please join me at the HRAF booth #225 for a tour of HRAF’s award-winning online cross-cultural databases and…

HRAF at Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference in Baltimore, MD (22-24 Mar 2017)

Dear Librarians, If you are attending the 2017 Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, please join me at the HRAF booth #1054 for an informative tour of HRAF’s award-winning online…

Trick or treat: Ghosts, demons and zombies found in eHRAF

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year for ghastly ghouls, wicked witches and terrifying things that go bump in the night. From haunted houses to headless horsemen, there are many spooky legends in Western culture.…

New Cross-Cultural Resources for Teaching & Research

HRAF is pleased to announce the release of our two latest resources for teaching and research. The first, Explaining Human Culture (just launched in a beta version at hraf.yale.edu/ehc), is a publicly accessible database containing information on…