Opening February 2020, "Transient Matter: Assemblages of Migration in the Mediterranean"

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is proud to announce our next exhibit installation, opening February 20th 2020, Transient Matter: Assemblages of Migration in the Mediterranean. 

Every year, hundreds of thousands of migrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Congo, and other countries across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia try to cross the Mediterranean Sea, hoping to enter the European Union. These open-water crossings have become the deadliest migratory routes in the world. Since 2014, nearly 1.2 million of these migrants have attempted to reach Europe through the Eastern Mediterranean route, crossing from Turkey to Greece. 

(Distributed December 20, 2019)

Now Hiring: Two Collections Assistants

Brown University’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is accepting applications for two grant-funded Collection Assistant positions. These are full-time, term-limited, 3.5-year positions with benefits, funded through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Collection Assistants will provide direct care of the museum’s archaeological and ethnographic collections during a phased relocation to a new facility.

(Distributed November 25, 2019)

Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

The Haffenreffer Museum Gallery will be closed from November 23rd through December 3rd for the Thanksgiving Holiday break. We are wishing everyone a safe and pleasent holiday! 

(Distributed November 22, 2019)

Welcome to the New Community Engagement Specialist

We are proud to welcome Leah Hopkins to the Haffenreffer Museum's team as our new Community Engagement Specialist. Leah is a citizen of the Narragansett Indian Tribe. She has a background in museum and tribal education that spans over 10 years, working at the  Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), and with other regional institutions, organizations and tribal communities.  

(Distributed November 3, 2019)
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