Category Archives: World Cultures Database Highlights

Weekly live & interactive online training for eHRAF Databases

In our weekly scheduled webinars, you can learn more about the eHRAF databases, including how the culture collections are organized by regions, sub-regions, sample(s) and subsistence types; HRAF’s very detailed human curation of documents and…

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…

eHRAF databases rated “highly recommended” by Choice magazine

Full-text reviews: eHRAF World Cultures; eHRAF Archaeology. HRAF’s cross-cultural databases – eHRAF Archaeology and eHRAF World Cultures – have each been reviewed as “highly recommended” for undergraduates, researchers, faculty and professionals/practitioners in the October 2015…

Citing from the eHRAF databases and HRAF home page

When citing a document from the eHRAF World Cultures or the eHRAF Archaeology database, please include both the original publication citation (if applicable) followed by information about where and when you found it. Evans-Pritchard, E.…

Exploring Cultures by Regions and Subregions

Searching for cultures across regions (e.g. Africa) and subregions (e.g. Eastern Africa) is one of eHRAF’s unique features. This is especially important for regional comparisons of ethnic groups, indigenous people, and preindustrial societies. The major…