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H-Asia
Online exhibit - Harvard Peabody Museum of Anthropology
and Ethnology
Discussion published by Michelle Damian on Monday, May 2, 2016
Dear H-Asia members,
I'd like to invite you to view a student-created exhibit that highlights the ship model collection at the
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University. Undergraduates were
assigned a model vessel to research as part of the introduction to maritime archaeology class. Many
of the vessels represent Asian and Southeast Asian boats. They have created several publicly-focused
posts on the historical background and construction of their vessel, and as their final project will
rewrite those as a more formal academic term paper.
We would love to have feedback from the public on their work so far. The online exhibit can be found
here:
https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/node/2619
the right -- ed.]
[For further pages click on the two headings on
Comments, questions, and suggestions can be emailed directly to me or to the class email account:
[email protected] .
Thank you for your interest.
Best,
Michelle Damian
Lecturer in Anthropology
Postdoctoral Fellow
Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies
Harvard University
[email protected]
Citation: Michelle Damian. Online exhibit - Harvard Peabody Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology. H-Asia. 05-02-2016.
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