The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum) has produced the results of research conducted by the Museum since our first expedition to Nippur in 1889. Over the years, the Museum's publishing program has expanded to include site reports, exhibition catalogs and gallery guides, conference proceedings, and stand-alone scholarly monographs and popular books.
For the marketing, sales, and distribution of our books, we collaborate with the University of Pennsylvania Press (Penn Press). All titles that are currently in print are available for purchase online at the Penn Press website, and you can find our most recent titles right here.
For all of our books that include supplementary materials on CD or DVD, these resources are available to the public on the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) website. You will need to sign a usage agreement and create an account to access these materials, but there is no cost associated with this.
Prospective authors should contact Penn Museum Publications to discuss the nature of their proposed manuscript before submitting the forms below.
Submission Forms for Authors
- Final Manuscript Preparation and Submission (PDF)
- Preparing Artwork for Publication (PDF)
- Guidelines and Responsibilities for Volume Editors (PDF)
- Manuscript Preparation Checklist (PDF)
- Author Questionnaire (PDF)
Self-Archiving and Digital Repositories
For authors wishing to self-archive their work published with Penn Museum Publications, we follow the policy of our sales, marketing, and distribution partner Penn Press.
Over 100 Years of Scholarship
A complete online archive of nearly 2,000 articles published in Expedition from 1958 up to last year. Read about new galleries, Museum excavations, upcoming exhibitions, and research from around the world.Browse the Archive
Short accounts of the current excavations, descriptions of recent acquisitions to the collections, and the activities of the Museum that are of general interest from 1930 - 1958.Browse the Archive
The history of expeditions in the field, new acquisitions, exploration and research from 1910 - 1935.Browse the Archive