GRANT FUNDED PROJECTS

Museum staff pursue ambitious projects that deepen our commitment to collections stewardship and research through grant-funded projects. Grants from external federal agencies, such as the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and foundations, such as the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, as well as Johns Hopkins University grants from programs including the Museums and Society Program, the Program in Race, Immigration, and Citizenship, and the SNF Agora Institute have been crucial to expanding our work.

Some examples of these recent projects are shown here. Please click on any image for more information.

Text for grant funded projects can go here, if there is any. Copy for position only. Our Object Stories page highlights some of the recent research completed on objects in the Archaeological Museum. Some of these stories were generated through courses specifically designed to research artifacts already on view, while other stories describe ongoing and recent museum projects involving the display and long term stabilization of the museum collection. Please click on any image for more information. Some of these stories were generated through courses specifically designed to research artifacts already on view, while other stories describe ongoing and recent museum projects involving the display and long term stabilization of the museum collection.

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