Harvard @ Peabody

The Peabody Museum is a center for research and community outreach at Harvard University. An integral part of our mission is to make collections accessible to the Harvard community and to provide students with the opportunity for formal and informal object-based learning. The Museum serves the Harvard community as a valuable resource, through which students, faculty, and staff can explore and celebrate ancient and contemporary cultures, historical events, spirituality, and the creativity and innovations of the peoples and nations of our world.

For more information on the Museum's relationship with the Harvard community, please follow the links at left or download How Harvard Uses the Peabody Museum (Download Adobe Reader).

 

 

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Researching the Peabody Museum Collections Video

Watch a short video about researching the Peabody Museum Collections. 

 

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