In its 37-year history, the Museum of Chinese in America has evolved from activist-inspired community organization to major cultural institution, even as its staff has maintained the museum’s original vision and core values.
A new ten-week course in American Architectural History begins in February. Reserve your seat today for the class and other one-day workshops.
Over the last year, a commission in Baltimore has wrestled with the presence of Confederate monuments in the city. In this month’s feature, Elizabeth Nix (pictured above with the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument) reflects on her service on the commission.
The Historic Preservation Continuing Education Program at Rutgers-Camden is designed for those who want to gain a deeper understanding of historic preservation.
Thank you to all the sponsors and attendees who made the Telling Untold Histories concert at Rutgers-Newark a huge success!
On March 16, 2016, middle school students in Philadelphia gathered at the National Constitution Center to present their various projects to judges in hopes of securing scholarship funds and a place in the Pennsylvania State Contest.
Sharing Baltimore’s history is essential work, necessary to make sense of the past, present, and future and to both understand and negotiate the racial divides that still mark every street corner and corner store in the city.