Sources of Pubications in Archaeoastronomy
- Ocarina Books has been providing archaeoastronomy-related publications since 1995.
- Center for Archaeoastronomy Publications includes ARCHAEOASTRONOMY: The Journal of Astronomy in Culture, special history of science and archaeoastronomy books, and the Oxford Conference collections.
- Journal for the History of Astronomy: Archaeoastronomy Supplement
- Online Book: How the Shaman Stole the Moon by William Calvin.
Resources in Archaeoastronomy
- The Center for Archaeoastronomy publishes its own journal as well as provides the archaeoastronomy community with a central hub for journal archives, news, and conference announcements.
- Stephen McCluskey's web site contains sample syllabi of his courses in archaeoastronomy and history.
- David Dearborn made a list of archaeoastronomy websites with the help of The Mining Company a few years ago.
- Archaeoastronomy, Ancient Astronomy and Ethnoastronomy Links A huge list of related links from Wolfgang Dick.
- The Archaeology Network has lists of archaeology websites around the web.
- Cultural Astronomy, part of the University of Chicago's Digital Library.
Professional Archaeoastronomy Organizations
- ISAAC is the International Society of Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture.
- SEAC is the Société Européenne pour l'Astronomie dans la Culture (European Society for Astronomy in Culture).
Professional Academic Conferences in Archaeoastronomy or Cultural Astronomy
- SEAC meets usually once a year to share current research projects and news with members.
- The 'Oxford' Conferences on Archaeoastronomy are a series of international meetings, normally held every three to five years.
- The triennial INSAP (Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena) conferences.
- The talks and poster sessions of the Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting have an Archaeoastronomy category.