Publications

The Peabody Museum Press, the publishing arm of the Peabody Museum, publishes the unique resources of the Museum and the work of its affiliated scholars with an emphasis on bringing the Museum's collections to the awareness of a broad general audience. The Press publishes original research in Old World and New World archaeology, zooarchaeology, biological and sociocultural anthropology, indigenous arts, anthropology and aesthetics, and material culture. The Press also publishes Res: A Journal of Anthropology and Aesthetics.

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NEW

THE JOURNEY OF "A GOOD TYPE"
From Artistry to Ethnography in Early Japanese Photographs

David Odo
 

"This important study of the nineteenth-century photographs in the Peabody Museum is written with verve and clarity of thought and will be welcomed by specialists and general readers alike."
—Luke Gartlan