"In addition to understanding contemporary Haiti, Schuller’s research contributes to globalization, NGOs, civil society, and development. APLA paper prize winner, Schuller has published five peer-reviewed articles and two book chapters about Haiti, in addition to several on-line articles in public media. He co-edited Capitalizing on Catastrophe: Neoliberal Strategies in Disaster Reconstruction (2008, Alta Mira) and co-directed / co-produced documentary Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy (2009, Documentary Educational Resources). Schuller also co-edited Homing Devices: the Poor as Targets of Public Housing Policy and Practice (2006, Lexington), culminating four years of full time organizer experience in Minnesota." 
Contributors to Capitalizing on Catastrophe
- Sara E. Alexander, Gregory Button, Bettina Damiani, Antonio Donini, Elizabeth Guillette, Nandini Gunewardena, Wahneema Lubiano, Anthony Oliver-Smith, Adolph Reed, Jr., Anna Belinda Sandoval Girón, Mark Schuller, and Susan Stonich.
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Related Sourcewatch articles
- His PhD supervisor was Susan Stonich.
- Mark Schuller, CUNY, accessed January 30, 2010.