Visitors at the McCormick Freedom Museum hear our nation’s founders conveying their understanding of liberty in three vertically oriented plasma displays.

Two interactives encourage visitors to make their own judgments on several important Supreme Court cases related to the First Amendment.

Structured by quotations from Courbet and his contemporaries, this video examines many of the techniques the artist is thought to have employed at various stages of his painting process.

Over the centuries, physicians, surgeons, and other medical professionals have struggled to develop scientific methods that translate views of the body into “visible proofs”: evidence that testifies on behalf of the victims of violent crime and against the guilty.

A medical examiner’s table becomes the screen for a group-based interactive autopsy.

An interactive lecture by an anthropologist explores the origin and evolution of human rights forensics.