Writings

Books
2021 Humanity’s Last Stand: Confronting Global Catastrophe. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press 
2016Humanitarian Aftershocks in Haiti. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. 
2012Killing with Kindness: Haiti, International Aid, and NGOs. Foreword by Paul Farmer. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. French edition published 2015. Winner of the Margaret Mead Award. 
   
Co-edited Volumes
   
2016Gregory Button and Mark Schuller, eds. Contextualizing Disaster. New York: Berghahn Books. 
   
2016Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken, Kaiama Glover, Mark Schuller, and Jhon Picard Byron, eds. The Haiti Exception: Anthropology and the Predicament of Narrative. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Francophone Postcolonial Studies, vol. 7. 
   
2012Mark Schuller and Pablo Morales, eds. Tectonic Shifts: Haiti since the Earthquake. Sterling, VA: Kumarian Press. Haitian Creole edition published 2013. 
   
2008Nandini Gunewardena and Mark Schuller, eds. Capitalizing on Catastrophe: Neoliberal Strategies in Disaster Reconstruction. Lanham, MD: Alta Mira Press. 
   
2006marilyn thomas-houston and Mark Schuller, eds. Homing Devices: the Poor as Targets of Public Housing Policy and Practice. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 
 

Documentary
   
2009Renée Bergan and Mark Schuller. Poto Mitan: Haitian Woman, Pillars of the Global Economy. Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources. www.potomitan.net  
Peer-Reviewed Articles
2022Darlène Dubuisson and Mark Schuller. “Beyond Poto Mitan: Challenging the ‘Strong Black Woman’ Archetype and Leaving Space for Tenderness.” Feminist Anthropology, Volume 3, Issue 1 (May): 60-74. 
   
2020 Maldonado, Julie, Mark Schuller, Lacey Benedick, Halle Boddy, Katelyn Kramer, Evan Blankenberger, Ardyn Cieslak, and Christine Jenkins. “‘Imagining a More Just World’: Interview with Julie Maldonado.Annals of Anthropological Practice, Volume 44, Issue 1: 6-13. 
2020K. Jessica Hsu and Mark Schuller. “Humanitarian Aid and Local Power Structures: Lessons from Haiti’s ‘Shadow Disaster.’” Disasters, Volume 44, Issue 4: 641-665 
2020Scott Freeman and Mark Schuller. “Aid Projects: the Effects of Commodification and Exchange.” World Development, Volume 126: 1-9. 
2019Entwodiksyon: Rechèch sou Teren apre Siklòn Matyè,” Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 25, Number 2: 94-96. 
2019Mark Schuller, Bette Gebrian, and Judy Lewis. “Yon Lòt Ayiti Posib: Glimmers of Another Haiti Following the 2010 Earthquake and 2016 Hurricane Matthew.” Human Organization, Volume 78, Issue 4: 267-277. 
2018“Editoryal: les ONG.” Chantiers: Revue des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de l’UEH, Volume 4: 11-20. 
2018“Fè ONG: Yon Nouvo Granmè ONG.” Chantiers, Volume 4: 231-244. 
2017 David Lewis and Mark Schuller. “Engagements with a Productively Unstable Category: Anthropologists and Nongovernmental Organizations,” Current Anthropology, Volume 54, Number 5: 634-651. 
2017  Kendall Thu, Mark Schuller, Tiara Huggins and Valarie Redmond. “Intersections of Tea Partyism, Racism, and Classism in a Low-Income Housing Struggle in DeKalb, Illinois.” Human Organization, Volume 76, Number 4: 348-357. 
2016Mark Schuller and Julie Maldonado. “Disaster Capitalism.” Annals of Anthropological Practice, Volume 40, Number 1: 56-66. 
   
2015Introduction to Special Issue, Seeing Obama’s Election through the Black Americas: Ethnographic Perspectives as a Mirror,” Transforming Anthropology. Volume 23, Number 2: 63-67. 
   
2015Pa Manyen Fanm Nan Konsa: Intersectionality, Structural Violence, and Vulnerability Before and After Haiti’s Earthquake.” Feminist Studies, Volume 41, Number 1: 184-210. 
   
2014Being an Insider Without: Activist Anthropological Engagement in Haiti after the Earthquake.” American Anthropologist, Volume 116, Number 2 (June): 409-412. 
   
2014Mark Schuller and Tania Levey. “Kabrit Ki Gen Twòp Mèt: Understanding Persistent Gaps in Water and Sanitation Services in Haiti’s IDP Camps.” Disasters. Volume 38, issue s1 (April): S1-S24. 
   
2013Archiving Violence: A Conversation between Mark Schuller and Deborah Thomas on the Making of Poto Mitan and Bad Friday.” Transition. Volume 112: 153-168. 
   
2013“Enpak Èd Entènasyonal sou Enfrastrikti Sivik: ONG nan Kan pou Deplase Yo.” Haïti Perspectives. Volume 2, Issue 2 (Summer): 38-45. 
   
2012Challenges to Solidarity across Multiple Borders: Haiti’s Free Trade Zone.” Caribbean Quarterly. Volume 58, Number 4 (December): 87-110. 
   
2012Genetically Modified Organizations? Understanding and Supporting Local Civil Society in Urban Haiti.” Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 18, Issue 1 (Spring): 50-73. 
   
2011Elizabeth Currans, Mark Schuller, and Tiffany Willoughby-Herard. “Negotiating Treacherous Terrain: Disciplinary Power, Security Cultures, and Affective Ties in a Local Anti-War Movement.” Social Justice, Volume 38, Issue 3: 1-24. 
   
2011They Have Forgotten about Us!’ Gender and Haiti’s IDP Camps.” meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, Volume 11, Issue 1: 149-157. 
   
2011Rasin Neyoliberal Kriz Lavi Chè a” (The Neoliberal roots of Haiti’s food crisis). Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 17, Issue 1: 140-154. 
   
2010Haiti’s Disaster after the Disaster: the IDP Camps and Cholera.” Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, http://sites.tufts.edu/jha/archives/869 
   
2009Gluing Globalization: NGOs as Intermediaries in Haiti.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Volume 32, Issue 1 (May): 84-104. Republished on online issue, new postscript. 
   
2008Participation, More than Add Women and Stir? A Comparative Case Analysis in Post-Coup Haiti.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, issue 2: 1-34. 
   
2007Invasion or Infusion? Understanding the Roles of NGOs in Contemporary Haiti.” Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 13, Issue 2: 61-85. 
   
2007Haiti’s 200-Year Ménage-à-Trois: Globalization, the State, and Civil Society.” Caribbean Studies, Volume 35, Issue 1 (January – June 2007): 141-179. 
   
2007Seeing Like a ‘Failed’ NGO: Globalization’s Impacts on State and Civil Society in Haiti.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Volume 30, Issue 1 (Spring): 67-89. Republished on online issue, new postscript. 
   


Book Chapters / Encyclopedia Articles
2022“Dear Little Mothers: Governing the ‘Republic of NGOs.’” In Andria Timmer and Elizabeth Wirtz, eds. Gender, Power, and Non-Governance: Is Female to Male as NGO Is to State? New York: Berghahn Books, 193-216. 
   
2020“Conclusion – Rewriting the Disaster Narrative: the Archaeological Imagination.” In Felix Riede and Payson Sheets, eds. Going Forward by Looking Back: Archaeological Perspectives on Socio-Ecological Crisis, Response, and Collapse. New York: Berghahn Books, 425-433. 
2020“Challenges of ‘Communiversity’ Organizing in Trumplandia.” In Anna J. Willow and Kelly A. Yotebieng, eds. Anthropology and Activism: New Contexts, New Conversations.  New York: Routledge Press, 175-189. 
2019 “‘Haitians Need to Be Patient:’ Notes on Policy Advocacy in Washington following Haiti’s Earthquake.” In Roberto Barrios and Susanna Hoffman, eds. Disaster Upon Disaster: Exploring the Gap between Risk and Disaster Knowledge and What Enters Policy and Practice. New York: Berghahn Books, 241-263. 
2017“Dilemmas of Dual Roles, Studying NGOs, and Donor Driven ‘Democracy.’” In Amanda Lashaw, Stephen Sampson, and Christian Vannier, eds. Cultures of Doing Good: Anthropologists and NGOs. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press: 21-25. 
2016  “The Tremors Felt Round the World: Haiti’s Earthquake as Global Imagined Community.” In Gregory V. Button and Mark Schuller, editors, Contextualizing Disaster: 66-88. 
2016The Anthropological Uses of Haiti: a Long Durée Approach.” In Alessandra Benedicty, Jhon Picard Byron, Kaiama Glover, and Mark Schuller, editors, The Haiti Exception: 15-32. 
   
2015Pa Manyen Fanm Nan Konsa: Understanding Violence against Women after Haiti’s Earthquake.” In Jennifer Wies and Hillary Haldane, eds. Applying Anthropology to Gender Based Violence. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books: 107-118. 
   
2014Mark Schuller and David Lewis. “Anthropology of NGOs.” In John L. Jackson, ed. Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. New York: Oxford University Press. 
2014“Spotlights and Mirrors: Media and the Humanitarian Community in Haiti’s Disaster.” In Michele Acuto, ed. Negotiating Relief: The Dialectics of Humanitarian Aid. London: Hurst: 99-109. 
   
2013Cholera and the Camps: Reaping the Republic of NGOs.” In Millery Polyné, ed. The Idea of Haiti: History, Development and the Creation of New Narratives. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press: 181-201. 
   
2012“Haiti’s Bitter Harvest: the NGOization of Humanitarian Aid.” In Antonio Donini, ed. The Golden Fleece: Manipulation and Independence in Humanitarian Action. Sterling, VA: Kumarian Press: 171-193. 
   
2010“Mister Blan, or the Incredible Whiteness of Being an Anthropologist.” In Erin Taylor, ed. Fieldwork Identities in the Caribbean. Coconut Creek, FL: Caribbean Studies Press, 125-150. 
   
2008“Deconstructing the Disaster after the Disaster: Conceptualizing Disaster Capitalism.” In Gunewardena and Schuller, eds. Capitalizing on Catastrophe, 17-27. 
   
2008“Haiti Is Finished! Haiti’s ‘End of History’ meets Ends of Capitalism.” In Gunewardena and Schuller, eds. Capitalizing on Catastrophe, 191-214. 
   
2006“Jamming the Meatgrinder World: Lessons Learned from Tenants Organizing in St. Paul.” In thomas-houston and Schuller, eds. Homing Devices, 159-180. 
   
2006Mark Schuller and Marilyn Thomas-Houston. “Introduction: No Place Like Home, No Time Like the Present.” In Thomas-Houston and Schuller, eds. Homing Devices, 1-19. 
   
Editor-reviewed articles
   
2022Haiti: What Does Solidarity Really Mean?” Anthropology Now, Volume 13, Number 3: 31-41. 
   
2022Building Back Bitter.” Hot Spots: Society for Cultural Anthropology. May 3. 
   
2021Mamyrah Dougé-Prosper and Mark Schuller. “End of Empire? A View from Haiti.” NACLA Report on the Americas, Volume 53, Issue 1 (March): 1-6. 
   
2020Humanity’s Last Stand: Confronting Global Catastrophe.” Anthropology Now, Volume 12, Issue 3 (December): 136-145. 
   
2020Mamyrah Dougé-Prosper and Mark Schuller. “Haiti’s Petro-Realité.” NACLA Report on the Americas, Volume 52, issue 1 (March): 20-25. 
2017  “Haiti’s Republic of NGOs.” Current History. Volume 116, number 787 (February): 68-73. 
2015Humanitarian Occupation in Haiti.” NACLA Report on the Americas, July 28. 
   
2013Working with Students on a Mixed-Methods, Social Justice Approach to Understanding Haiti’s IDP Camps,” Practicing Anthropology, Volume 35, Issue 3 (Summer 2013): 3-7. 
   
2010Shattered and Scattered: Haiti’s Earthquake within the Lens of Human Rights.” NACLA Report on the Americas, Volume 43, issue 5: (July-August 2010): 20-27. 
   
2010Trauma and Solidarity in the New Haiti.” NACLA Report on the Americas, Volume 43, issue 2 (March-April 2010): 4. 
   
2010From Activist to Applied Anthropologist to Anthropologist? On the Politics of Collaboration.” Practicing Anthropology, Volume 32, issue 1 (Winter 2010), 43-47. 
   
2008Haiti’s Food Riots: an Early Warning Sign of the World’s Food Crisis.” International Socialist Review, issue 59 (May-June 2008), 3-5. 
 
Book Reviews
   
2018Deadly River: Cholera and Cover-Up in Post-Earthquake Haiti, Ralph R. Frerichs. NWIG, Volume 92, Issue 1-2: 41-42. 
   
2015Theorizing NGOs: States, Feminisms, and Neoliberalism, edited by Victoria Bernal and Inderpal Grewal. Anthropos, Volume 110: 598-600. 
   
2015“Organic Intellectuals: Los Angeles Community Action Network’s Defense of ‘Skid Row’ and the Right to Housing,” National Political Science Review. Volume 17, Issue 1: 123-125. 
2013Fault Lines: Views across Haiti’s Divide by Beverly Bell (2013). Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 19, Issue 2: Fall: 208-211. 
   
2013Driven from New Orleans: How Nonprofits Betray Public Housing and Promote Privatization by John Arena (2012). Working USA: the Journal of Labor and Society, Volume 16, Issue 2: 312-316. 
   
2011Five Decades of Anthropological Engagement in the Caribbean: Sidney Mintz’ Three Ancient Colonies (2010).” Anthropology Now, Volume 3, Issue 2: 78-83. 
   
2008Twinning Faith and Development: Catholic Parish Partnering in the US and Haiti by Tara Hefferan 2007). Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, Volume 13, Issue 2: November, 478-480. 
   
2003When the Hands Are Many by Jennie Smith (2001) Journal of Haitian Studies, Volume 9, Issue 1, spring 2003. 
 

Other Publications
   
2012Homeward Bound? Assessing Progress of Relocation from Haiti’s IDP Camps. Report published on November 16 by NIU and Université d’État d’Haïti: http://ijdh.org/archives/29560 
   
2012Is it Time for MINUSTAH to Leave? Popular Perceptions of the UN Stabilization Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, report published on February 14 by York College: http://ijdh.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/MINUSTAH-Report.pdf 
   
2011Mèt Kò Veye Kò: Foreign Responsibility in the Failure to Protect against Cholera and Other Man-Made Disasters, report published on January 22 by CUNY and Université d’État d’Haïti: http://ijdh.org/archives/16896 
   
2010Unstable Foundations: Impacts of NGOs on Human Rights for Port-au-Prince’s Internally Displaced People, report published on October 4 by CUNY and the Faculté d’Ethnologie, Université d’État d’Haïti: http://ijdh.org/archives/14855. 
   
2010 – presentColumnist for Huffington Post. Over forty articles published since 2010, re-published elsewhere with permission. 
   
2010“Uncertain Ground: Haiti’s Earthquake and its Aftermath,” published on Counterpunch, February 10. 
   
2010“Starfish and Seawalls: Responding to Haiti’s Earthquake, Now and Long-Term,” published on Common Dreams, January 14. 
   
2009“Haiti’s Elections: ‘Beat the Dog Too Hard,’” published on Counterpunch, Common Dreams, and others: June. 
   
2009Report: “Haiti Needs New Development Approaches, not More of the Same,” published on HaitiAnalysis.com, Commonwealth Institute, and others: June. 
   
2008Gluing Globalization: NGOs as Intermediaries in Haiti.” Anthropology News: vol. 49, no. 2: February, 40. 
   
2007Sex, Lies, and International Aid: a Tale of Two Scandals.” Anthropology News: vol. 48, no. 6: September, 44. 
   
2007-2013Columnist, SfAA Newsletter 
   
2006“Break the Chains of Haiti’s Debt.” Report for Jubilee USA, May 20. 
2006“‘Privatizing the State’ in Haiti.” Anthropology News: vol. 47, no. 4: April, 41. 
   
2006“Assessing Participation in Haitian Health NGOs.” Within Reach: vol. 4, no. 4. 
   
2000Will the Real Superman Please Stand Up? Original play, directed by JB Becker, debuted at Minnesota Fringe Festival. 
   
2000Davis, Laura, Laura Jelinek, Melissa Manderschied, and Mark Schuller. 2000. “CDBG Workbook.” Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota, January 2000.