The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland archives are available for use by Flinders academic staff, researchers and students through Wiley Digital Archives.
“The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (RAI) was founded in 1871, with roots dating back to 1837. Today, it is the world’s longest-established scholarly association dedicated to the furtherance of anthropology, in its broadest and most inclusive sense.”
These archives include more than 150 years of research and over a million primary source items, including personal papers, fieldwork, photographs and uncatalogued material, conserved and digitised by Wiley.
To help you get acquainted with the archives, Wiley offers a training hub with videos, tutorials, search tips and frequently asked questions.
Click here to access the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland archives.
Image: “Sun Enters Capricornus …, Aries.” Miscellaneous Notes on Religion, Magic, Rites, Customs, Prehistory, Etc. with Particular Reference to India, 22 Dec. 1911. Wiley Digital Archives, http://WDAgo.com/s/e82e4b5c. Accessed 18 May, 2020.