The Society for Cultural Anthropology is a burgeoning, innovative, and intellectually stimulating organization with an impressive academic journal and an engaging web presence. As part of its mission to bring anthropology into public discourse, the Society offers a continually updated and culturally relevant set of teaching tools that coincide with the magazine's published material. Readers will find such captivating entries as Teaching Anthropology Electric, styled after Walt Whitman's classic stanza, "I Sing the Body Electric." The editors are sure to note that the entry is not a curriculum or syllabus, but "an inspiration and invitation" for educational use. The same could be said of many of these teaching tools, which are designed for the adventurous educator, one looking for inspiration rather than structure. The upswing of this energetic approach is that most of the links and resources will provide inspiration for a variety of readers, from high school teachers to college and community college professors, and anybody fascinated by the developing field of cultural anthropology.