The School for Advanced Research’s online resources are created to engage students and scholars of all ages in topics related to our mission. Feel free to use these materials for your own education as well as a teaching tool for our present-day students and future artists, scholars, and museum professionals.
Online exhibitions give visitors a peek into our collections and associated materials through topics related to the School for Advanced Research’s mission. Topics include Pueblo embroidery, tourism and commodification, and katsinam.
Through recordings of lectures and other events occurring at the School for Advanced Research, our goal is to be able to increase access to the wonderful resources available at this institution. Topics include Native collections and research, Native arts, and the anthropology of museums.
The School for Advanced Research supports learning at any age. These materials are especially geared toward grade-school students and include lesson plans, and pre- and post-visit materials.
For additional resources, check out the online catalog (PDF, 5 MB) at the SAR Press. The Press is the publishing arm of SAR, publishing scholarly and general-interest books on anthropology including an extensive list of archaeology titles, Native American art, and the American Southwest.