Related Publication Series at Brown

Several programs at Brown edit publication series that focus on or include topics relevant to research in early cultures:

Haffenreffer Museum Publication Series:

The staff of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology have produced many books, articles, and research reports through the years, many of which can be downloaded electronically from the Museum's website.

Relevant titles include:

Joukowsky Institute Publications (JIP):

The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World's publication series, Joukowsky Institute Publications (JIP), is edited by Professor John F. Cherry.  These volumes are focused on dissemination of the results of conferences and workshops held under the Institute’s aegis, on fieldwork reports and other scholarly studies by faculty associated with the Institute, and on the publication of archaeological material in Brown collections.

Recent titles include:

Brown Judaic Studies Monograph Series:

Brown Judaic Studies is a peer-reviewed monograph series that publishes books focusing on any historical period from antiquity to the present, aimed primarily at a scholarly audience. The series editors are particularly interested in historical, literary and philosophical studies.

Relevant titles include:

Wilbour Studies in Egyptology and Assyriology Publication Series:

The Department of Egyptology and Assyriology of Brown University publishes a series of scholarly monographs, Wilbour Studies. The series editors, James P. Allen (Egyptology) and John M. Steele (Assyriology), invite submissions of manuscripts from all areas of ancient Egyptian and ancient Near Eastern studies, with particular emphasis on recent Ph.D. dissertations of distinction from North American universities.

Recent titles include:

  • Vol. 3: Coping with Obscurity, edited by James P. Allen, Mark Collier, and Andréas Stauder (May 2016)
  • Vol.4: The Theology of Hathor of Dendera, by Barbara A. Richter (2016)