“Women at Work on Cooper Street” is the newest exhibit on display at the MARCH house at Rutgers-Camden. The project details the varied lives of women who lived along Cooper Street in Camden in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The Public Historian is publishing a special issue on childhood, consumption, and gender, inspired in part by the continuing popularity of the American Girl dolls and books.
Register for any of MARCH’s Spring 2019 course offerings in Historic Preservation.
Funds will be used for community-building activities, including events during Camden County History Week (October 15-21) and further collaboration among neighborhood stakeholders.
The US House of Representatives has voted in favor of a John Adams Memorial in Washington, DC.
Gain an overview of preservation, delve into the history of the Delaware Valley’s built environment, try your hand at architectural sketching, or learn how properties are nominated for the National Register of Historic Places.
Writing for The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia adds to an unparalleled public information source for the region and establishes authors as the go-to authorities on their subjects.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Nicole Belolan to the position of Public Historian in Residence at MARCH, effective August 13, 2018.
The MARCH-based project to research and interpret the Cooper Street Historic District in Camden has been honored with a Chancellor’s Civic Engagement Award for community-based scholarship.
The Executive Director of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities will be stepping down from her position in June, […]