Author: Charlene Mires

Contract extended for MARCH role in The Public Historian

Together with the National Council on Public History (NCPH) and the University of California Santa Barbara, we are pleased to announce a three-year renewal of the co-editor position.

This Month at MARCH: Experiential Education

This month our rowhouse in the Cooper Street Historic District has been lively with undergraduate and graduate students as well as the ongoing activities of our staff.

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National History Day Webinar

Teachers, please join us on Wednesday, November 2, at 4:30 p.m. for a free webinar tutorial with The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia’s education outreach coordinator, Melissa Callahan. The webinar will provide an overview of the resources available from the Encyclopedia

This Month at MARCH

Because MARCH makes its home on a college campus, the new school year is always a time of renewed energy. This September has been a month of extraordinary transformations for our center and its programs.

Revisiting a Preview: The National Museum of African American History

As the opening of the National Museum of African American History approaches, revisit our 2012 preview and interview with Director Lonnie Bunch.

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Join us on Rutgers Day for Discovery Tours and Encyclopedia Fun

April 30 is Rutgers Day, and the MARCH team will be there to offer a close-up look at two of our ongoing research and civic engagement projects: the Cooper Street Historic District and The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., walking tours will depart from Johnson Park every half-hour to explore the history, public art, and architecture of the park and the Cooper Street Historic District. A rotation of four tours, each lasting about one hour, will be offered throughout the day. Also visit us in the Campus Center, where the staff of The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia will challenge you to explore the region with a digital scavenger hunt and a Camden Connections game based on newly published coverage of Camden history.

Call for Authors: The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, produced at MARCH, has reached a milestone of 250 published topics and now seeks authors for the next sixth-month phase of expansion. The new call for authors includes new subject categories as well as new topics in established areas. We are entering the final six months of our current grant cycle, so now is the time to add your expertise to a resource used daily by teachers and students, journalists, scholars, and general readers.

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