The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) presented historian, author, curator, and educator Lonnie G. Bunch, III, with […]
Newest Americans has been awarded a Community Conversations grant of $310,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
On Saturday, April 22, 2017, NCPH recognized several Mid-Atlantic area professionals for their work in public history.
More than 40 of 173 scholars and artists who received Guggenheim Fellowships for 2017 are living and working in the Mid-Atlantic–including three Rutgers professors.
Dr. Carla D. Hayden, the 14th Librarian of Congress, will receive an honorary doctor of Humane Letters from Rutgers University-Camden.
The American History Association recognized several local scholars and professionals for their contributions to the field of history, including two working in public history.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded Eastern State Penitentiary its annual Trustees Emeritus Award for Historic Site Stewardship.
Students Opposing Slavery (SOS), a youth education program of the Washington D.C. historic site, President Lincoln’s Cottage, was awarded the Presidential Award of Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons on Monday, October 24th, 2016.
The 1772 Foundation and New Jersey Historic Trust awarded historic preservation grants totaling $290,000 to 25 private nonprofit organizations in New Jersey.
A total of 22 individuals and groups were recipients of the 2015 Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Awards, with five coming from the Johnson Victrola Museum.