Fragments: Haiti Four Years after the Earthquake opens November 2013. Based on the activist anthropology of Professor Mark Schuller, this powerful exhibit explores the lives and living conditions of Haitians today. Help us tell the story! Your contribution empowers the exhibit team to include dynamic elements such as photographs, videos, tents and cinder block homes, that create a more evocative, personal story. Donate Now
NIU Professor of Anthropology Mark Schuller will be hosting a screening of his film Poto Miton: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy follwed by a Q&A at the Chicago Cultural Center on Oct 29th at 7:00pm. The event is free. link to flyer
The Anthropology Museum is a teaching museum with collections available for research. Research may be conducted by students for coursework, Independent Studies, Graduate Thesis, and by NIU faculty and staff. Researchers outside the NIU community can also access the collection for research with specific requests.