The Public Historian did not anticipate the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, when it recruited a roundtable on rapidly responding to community tragedy for its latest issue.
The May 2017 issue of The Public Historianlooks at how women’s history is represented in public.
Workshop participants will learn about Philadelphia’s rural cemeteries, as well as how to assess a cemetery’s preservation needs and possible treatments.
How do you find the right funder for your needs? Join us on April 10 to hear from some of New Jersey’s top funders about what they look for in successful proposals.
The latest issue of The Public Historian, the journal of the National Council on Public History, is all about bringing buried histories to the surface.
A new ten-week course in American Architectural History begins in February. Reserve your seat today for the class and other one-day workshops.
The National Park Service celebrates its 100th birthday this year. A special issue of The Public Historian looks back over those 100 years and to the future.
“Humanities Connection,” a radio program sponsored by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, focused on upcoming MARCH program on disability history.
A new e-book edited by MARCH staff, Preserving Places: Reflections on the National Historic Preservation Act at Fifty from The Public Historian, is now available.