Faculty Department of Anthropology

> Dr. David T. Hughes (Archaeological Anthropologist)
> Dr. Donald Blakeslee (Archaeological Anthropologist)
> Dr. Dorothy K. Billings (Cultural Anthropologist - Emeritus)
> Dr. Jens Kreinath (Cultural Anthropologist)
> Dr. Peer Moore-Jansen (Biological Anthropologist)
> Dr. Sarah Taylor (Cultural Anthropologist)
> Dr. Angela Demovic (Cultural Anthropologist)
> Rachelle Meinecke (Museum Director, Museum Studies)

Major Web Projects

Ceramics collections
Current exhibitions
Museum Studies
Virtual Exhibition
Contact us


The Holmes Museum  is open to the public from: Monday -Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Closed Saturday and Sunday.)

The Museum is closed in June, July and August. Groups tours are welcome with a two week notice.

The museum is free to the public, donations are accepted.



The Morgan collection of southwest pottery


A Lutheran missionary family in New Guinea


Art and culture of Asmat

Through the eyes of the pot

The Wagner collection field journal, 1955-1969

The Asmat collection

The Morgan website is a unique educational tool that provides information on the style and history of contemporary Southwestern pottery. This includes information about the potters, and the culture and history of pueblos of the southwest, using the pottery as a visual focal point.

A multimedia website describing the experiences of Rev Bill and Mrs. Ruth Wagner while living amongst the Enga, Duna, and Hewa Peoples of the Highlands in Papua, New Guinea. The Wagner family donated their New Guinea collection to the L. D. Holmes Museum in memory of Rev. Wagner.

This multimedia website contains information on Asmat culture, a catalog of the Holmes Museum's extensive collection of Asmat art and how the objects are important to Asmat life and ritual.


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