University of Michigan – Studying Resources

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Departments and Units

The Doctoral Program in Anthropology and History at the University of Michigan

The Museum of Anthropological Archaeology

Museum Studies

The China Data Center

The Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology (IPCAA) 

The U-M Science, Technology & Society Program 

The University of Michigan Center for Southeast Asian Studies

The University of Michigan History Department

The Universtiy of Michigan History of Art Department 

Islamic Studies Program

University of Michigan Press 

Anthropology Department






Center for Research Libraries – Global Resources Network

Asia Library

The William L. Clements Library

Fine Arts Library

A guide to basic research in History of Art at the University of Michigan

Harlan Hatcher Library, Southeast Asia Collections
While three countries – Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand – have received the most comprehensive attention in collections, the Hatcher Library is also concerned with developing the collection by increasing our holdings for the other seven countries that make up the geographic region: Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Singapore, and Vietnam.

The Hatcher Library collection can be searched online here.

The Bentley Historical Library Philippines Collection
Over the past one hundred years or more, a large number of University of Michigan faculty and alumni and other citizens of the state of Michigan have played a decisive role in shaping relations between the United States and the Philippines. The Bentley Historical Library has collected the papers of many of these men and women.

The Bentley Historical Library offers a research grant twice a year to support writing on the holdings in their collections. Over the years, important works of scholarship on the U.S.-Philippines colonial experience have been supported by this grant. Please see here for more information.

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, housed on the University of Michigan’s North Campus, contains core collections on the war in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos during especially the Nixon and Ford administrations; the flight of refugees from Indochina after April 1975 and the admittance of many to the United States; the accounting of U.S. armed forces MIAs and POWs; and the issue of amnesty/clemency for draft resisters and military absence offenders.

Clark Library 

Aerial Photographs



ACLS Humanities Ebook

The Kelsey Museum

The Philippine Photographs Digital Archive
The Digital photographs archive consists of over 2,100 images taken from the following Special Collections Library photograph collections. In general, the images depict Filipinos, buildings, dwellings, and monuments in and around Manila, Filipino political and military leaders, members of American commissions and military units based in the Philippines, and numerous landscape scenes, particularly on Mindanao and in Lanoa Province. 

The University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology
One of the nation’s largest collections of Southeast Asian archaeology and ethnology. Extensive collections and several online exhibits on the Philippines, Thailand, Sumatra, and New Guinea.

The University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
The UMMA collection of Southeast Asian art is focused on Buddhist and Hindu sculpture from Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia.

The Department of History of Art Archives
The Department of History of Art houses two significant collections:

  • The Southeast Asian Art Foundation Archive (SAAF Archive) contains approximately 100,000 photographs and slides, and features 18 collections of visual materials by photographers and leading scholars of Southeast Asian art. Collections may be viewed through the U-M Digital Library here.
  • The Southeast Asia Archive contains photographs of monuments, sculpture and murals of Thailand and Java.

The Museum of Anthropological Archaeology is an international leader in research and student training. Our research collections—which include materials from many parts of the New and Old Worlds—support undergraduate and graduate education, and a portion is displayed in the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History. This website contains information about faculty research, the Museum’s organization, and selected images from field work and collections.

Museum of Anthropological Archaeology Image Database

Asian Archaeology The Asian Division houses some of the most important core collections of the Museum.

Asian Ethnology Ethnographic collections from Asia have typically been curated within the Museum’s Asia Division (initially known as the “Division of the Orient”). Today, they consist of several thousand objects.


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