Museum Publications

Many publications have emerged from the decades of research involving the McClung Museum’s collections. Authors of these studies include our curators, as well as visiting and invited researchers. The publications explore a wide range of topics related to natural history and culture.

Publications are available for sale in our museum shop and others are available as PDFs below. For those publications marked as Out of Print, click the link to locate it at a library local to you, or contact the museum at museum@utk.edu for information about obtaining copies.

All publications below are arranged by subject and are in chronological order.

Also, see Videos & Presentations and Current Research to learn more about research and projects at the McClung.

  • Brightly Beaded: North American Indian Glass Beadwork, January 18-June 1, 2014, Exhibit Brochure, Michael H. Logan, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, 2014.
  • Glass of the Ancient Mediterranean, January 18-June 1, 2014, Exhibit Brochure, Sara E. Cole, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, 2014.
  • Sacred beauty: A millennium of religious art, 600-1600 : an exhibition, September 8, 2007-January 6, 2008, Frank H. McClung Museum, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Occasional Paper No. 19, Knoxville: McClung Museum, The University of Tennessee, 2007. Locate publication.
  • With Pride They Made These: Tribal Styles in Plains Indian Art. Michael H. Logan and Douglas A. Schmittou, McClung Occasional Paper, No. 12, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, 1995. Out of Print. Locate publication.
  • Windows on the Maghrib: Tribal and Urban Weavings of Morocco, Jefferson Hyde, Janice Harmer, Miriam Lorimer, and W. Russell Pickering, McClung Research Occasional Paper, No. 11, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, 1991. Out of Print. Locate publication.
  • Tradition, Innovation & Romantic Images: The Architecture of Historic Knoxville, William Ross McNabb, McClung Research Occasional Paper, No. 10, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, 1991. Out of print. Locate publication.
  • A Guide to Materials: Ceramics, Glass, and Metals, Elaine Altman Evans, McClung Research Occasional Paper, No. 4, Knoxville, TN: McClung Museum, 1985.

  • Cumberlandian Mussels and Similar Looking Species, Gerald Dinkins, Curator of Malacology, McClung Museum, and mussel expert, Steven A. Ahlstedt, Presentation given at the 2010 Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society workshop, St. Louis, Missouri.