In and Around Conservation
For information on selecting a conservator, see AIC's Find a Conservator, a free service provided by FAIC.
The Conservation Register (Icon)
IADA Mitglieder Liste
IADA Membership Directory (English)
This very valuable resource lists CAPC geographically and by specialty, indicating which members accept private commissions, accreditation status, as well as contact information.
CAPHC Members, in the following categories: Archivists; Building Specialists; Conservators; Craft & Trade Specialists; Cultural Tourism & Marketing Specialists; Educators; Environmental Assessment Specialists; Historians; Landscape Specialists; Museum Specialists; Photographers, Illustrators, Recorders; Planners; Public Sector Representatives; Other Specialists
The Worldwide Email Directory of Anthropologists (WEDA) is a searchable directory of anthropologists and scholars in related disciplines from around the world. Here, anthropology is meant in its broadest sense, to include not only those in the four subfields of anthropology (archaeology, physical and social/cultural anthropology, and linguistics), but also scholars in the physical and social science, as well as those in the humanities such as art historians, modern and ancient languages, and classical studies. The names and mailing addresses of academic & research institutions, museums, government and private organisations, individual scholars, journals, laboratories, and electronic databases are listed. Each entry includes the regular street/postal address, telephone and fax numbers, and then the names and email addresses of faculty and staff members.
Includes registry of musical instrument repair technicians, and directories of instrument makers, musical instrument manufacturers, trade associations, publications, educational resources, and suppliers
International Directory of Photography Historians
Alternate Photographic Processes, a directory of photographers around the world who practice so-called 'alternative' or 'non-silver' photo processes. These processes include Cyanotype, Kallitype, Platinum/Palladium, Van Dyke and Gum Bichromate among others.
Including mycologists, ichthyologists, herpetologists, plant taxonomists, etc.
"This is a complete listing of all current Board Certified Forensic Entomologists, certified by the American Board of Forensic Entomology."