“FOURTEEN”, a new play at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, merges history and theater to bring to life Reconstruction, […]
New Feature: The Future of the Past at the Delaware Historical Society
A conversation with Delaware Historical Society's new director, David W. Young, about his career move, his plans for the society, and the relevance of a public history to public life. (Photograph © 2015 Todd Mason, Halkin | Mason Photography LLC.)
News & Insights
A new program in New Jersey offers discounted admissions to cultural institutions for residents who receive public assistance. The Families […]
The Banneker-Douglass Museum in Annapolis, Maryland received a $50 thousand grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to […]
On July 7, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee announced the addition of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic house Fallingwater to the […]
In this blog post, MARCH Digital Media Coordinator Olivia Errico explores New York exhibits commemorating the Stonewall Riots of 1969. […]
A new app that explores D.C.’s indigenous history launched Tuesday. The app, called “Guide to Indigenous D.C.”, teaches users about […]
Conferences & Events
Programs & Projects
Historic Preservation Continuing Education
There is no better place to learn the processes and techniques of historic preservation than the living laboratory of Camden and nearby Philadelphia. The Historic Preservation Continuing Education Program at Rutgers-Camden promotes the importance of historic preservation in communities by bringing together students and a wide range of active professionals in the field. The program offers courses, workshops, and the option of earning a continuing education certificate in historic preservation.
Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
Based at MARCH, with numerous community partners, The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia is a civic project to increase understanding of one of America’s greatest cities. From abolition and the American Revolution to yellow fever and zoos (with cheesesteaks, rowhouses, and hundreds of other topics in between), the digital Encyclopedia and print volume will offer the most comprehensive, authoritative reference source ever created for the Philadelphia region.
MARCH Professional Services
MARCH Professional Services provides professional historical consulting services at a reasonable cost to non-profit and community organizations across the Greater Philadelphia area. Our trained historians and professionals in allied fields are available for research projects, educational tours and programming, exhibition design, preservation projects, digital engagement, and more.
Partnerships & Affiliations
National Council on Public History
MARCH is pleased to host the co-editor’s office for The Public Historian, a journal published by the National Council on Public History and the University of California-Santa Barbara. MARCH supports the NCPH mission to “inspire public engagement with the past and serve the needs of practitioners in putting history to work in the world by building community among historians, expanding professional skills and tools, fostering critical reflection on historical practice, and publicly advocating for history and historians.”
- Project Showcase: The U.S. Senate and Women’s Fight for the Vote
- Sneaking public history into general education courses
- “The Pride Guide”: Where the personal meets the professional in public history practice
- Around the Field July 10, 2019
- Mapping Dissent: Queer and Trans resistance at UCSB
- Community-driven mitigation: Murals, canal stones, and a walking tour
MARCH is an institutional member of the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH), “a national association that provides leadership and support for its members who preserve and interpret state and local history in order to make the past more meaningful to all people.” Webinars from AASLH are among the programs offered at MARCH for public humanities professionals in the South Jersey/Philadelphia region.
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