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Explore the Richness and Diversity of the World's Cultures!

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is Brown University's teaching museum. A resource across the university, we inspire creative and critical thinking about culture by fostering interdisciplinary understanding of the material world. We provide opportunities for faculty and students to work with collections and the public, teaching through objects and programs in classrooms, in the CultureLab in Manning Hall, and at the Collections Research Center. 

Recent News

Project Coordinator Hired for Arctic Collection Inventory

We are proud to welcome Annalisa Heppner to the Haffenreffer Museum team as new Project Coordinator for the inventory and rehousing of the Alaskan archaeological collections. Heppner joins us from Portland, Oregon, where she has been working as an archaeological project manager for a cultural resources management firm. Hepner holds an MA from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, with experience in Northwestern and Western Alaskan archaeology and ethnography. She has also helped manage sensitive collections in academic and museum settings.  

(Distributed February 2, 2018)

International Postdoctoral Fellowship in Critical Cultural Heritage: Accepting Applications

International Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology and Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World have announced a postdoctoral position opportunity accepting applications. The International Postdoctoral Fellowship in Critical Cultural Heritage position is to be held jointly with the Cogut Institute for the Humanities for a term of two years, beginning July 2018. 

(Distributed January 10, 2018)