The Kelsey Museum cosponsors a number of special on-line exhibitions in collaboration with other University units. To visit these exhibitions, click on the titles below, then on the title links.
An on-line exhibition mounted by students in the class "Death in the Ancient World" during the Winter 1998 term.
An exhibition in the Special Collections Library at the University of Michigan Library dealing with manuals of magical practices, various protective devices, and the uses of ancient magic.
An Internet Public Library exhibition of selected Egyptian artifacts--both real and fake. How and why museums come to acquire forgeries, and what we mean when we talk about different kinds of fakes.
In 1919, University of Michigan professor Francis W. Kelsey launched an expedition to acquire early Christian manuscripts and to photograph sites of archaeological interest. (A Cultural Heritage Initiative for Community Outreach [CHICO] project)
A collection of amulets belonging primarily to young children who wore them to protect against evil and to prolong their lives. (A Cultural Heritage Initiative for Community Outreach [CHICO] project)
A database of art, architectural, and museum object images from four collections: the University of Michigan Museum of Art, the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, the Department of the History of Art, and the Los Angeles Chicano Murals Private Photograph Collection