A. Lemke, Europe excavation
Rock art, Peru
Kashmiri shawl, UMMA 17335
P. Duffy, Romania
Great Lakes shipwreck
J.R. Lee, South Korea
Elephant stables, Vijayanagara, India
Michigan field school
Welcome to UMMA
The Museum of Anthropology is an international leader in research and student training. Our research collections include materials from many parts of the New and Old Worlds. The collections support undergraduate and graduate education, and a portion are displayed in the University Exhibit Museum. This web site contains information about faculty research, the Museum's organization, and selected images from field work and collections.
Interested in Archaeology this Summer? To find out more about The University of Michigan Field School at the Berry Site, North Carolina, click here. The field school begins May 27 and runs through June 21. No experience is required to register and students will earn 6 credit hours.
UMMA Publications is pleased to announce that Volume 2, The Wanka Region, of Jeffrey Parsons et al.'s Prehispanic Settlement Patterns in the Upper Mantaro and Tarma Drainages, Junín, Peru, is now available! See all our titles—now listed by both series and region.
Buddhist Thangkas and Treasures: The Walter Koelz Collection, Museum of Anthropology 02/23/2013 - 06/09/2013; 11:00 AM