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Professional Societies

  • SEAC - European Society for Astronomy in Culture (Europe)
  • SIAC La Sociedad Interamericana de Astronomía en la Cultura (Latin America)
  • SCAAS - Society for Cultural Astornomy in the American Southwest (USA)
  • SMART - Society for Maori Astronomical Research and Traditions (New Zealand)
  • ASIAAustralian Society for Indigenous Astronomy (Australia)
  • HOKULE'A - Polynesian Voyaging Society (USA)
  • INSAP - Inspriation of Astronomical Phenomena (UK)

Research Groups

Journals & Publishers

In addition to ISAAC's flagship journal, Journal of Astronomy in Culture, which replaces the society's previous (now defunct) journal, Archaeoastronomy, there are a range of journals publishing research on topics in cultural and historical astronomy, listed alphabetically below:

Journal of Astronomy in Culture (New!)

Archaeoastronomy and Ancient Technologies

Culture and Cosmos

Journal for the History of Astronomy

Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage

Journal of Astrosociology

Journal of Skyscape Archaeology

Ocarina Books

University Courses & Degree Programs


University of Wales - Trinity Saint David

Master of Arts in Cultural Astornomy and the History of Astrology


Ilia Chavchavadze State University, Georgia

PhD in Cultural Astronomy



University of Leicester, UK

AR3015: An Introduction to Archaeoastronomy


Colorado State University, USA

OSHR 1603 - Archaeoastronomy in the Americas: Sky Phenomena, Life, and Culture


Windward Community College, Hawaii (USA)

ASTR 130: Introduction to Archaeoastronomy


Texas Christian University, USA

Physics 10293: Archaeoastronomy


Yale University, USA

ASTR 135b: Archaeoastronomy


University of Colorado-Boulder (USA)

Ancient Astronomies of the World (ASTR 2000)


University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

ATSI 3006: Astronomy of Indigenous Australians (on hiatus)


University of Melbourne, Australia

HPSC 30008: Astronomy in World History


National University of Singapore

GEK 1506: Heavenly Mathematics and Cultural Astronomy


Educational Materials

The Astronomy of Many Cultures (Berkeley)

Multicultural Astronomy: The Astronomy of Non-western Cultures: A Resource Guide

StarTeach: the Astronomy of Ancient Cultures



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UNESCO’s Portal to the Heritage of Astronomy contains information on a number of archaeoastronomical heritage sites