A new ten-week course in American Architectural History begins in February. Reserve your seat today for the class and other one-day workshops.
“Humanities Connection,” a radio program sponsored by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, focused on upcoming MARCH program on disability history.
Governor Tom Wolf has announced the appointment of Moses and new board members for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
“History, Memory, and Disability Rights: Creating Inclusive Public Humanities Programs,” a public humanities conference and workshops, will take place on Nov. 19, 2016.
Structures reports and national register documents provide a wealth of information, but how can you take the next steps to bring a historic district to life?
Volunteering and interning can teach you everything from why dress codes are important to why it’s important to show up on time each day. The types of responsibilities you receive are usually a little different and can be tailored around what your strengths and weaknesses are.
The Ball-Sellers House, the oldest building in Arlington County, Virginia, will open to the public for the season on Saturday, April 2 at 1:00 p.m.
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.
Temple University’s graduate student history organization will host its Twenty-First Annual Barnes Club Conference this March.
Public historians at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) accepted the challenge of collecting video oral histories of workers associated with Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point, Maryland plant, and company town right after the plant’s owner went bankrupt and closed it in 2012.