Richard “Dick” Jenrette, a Wall Street investment banker who devoted his free time to purchasing and restoring historic homes, died […]
The center screened nearly 400 applicants from 45 countries for the prestigious fellowships.
Rehabilitation to the site will include new windows, repairs to the wood shingle siding, improved access for visitors with disabilities, and an improved pedestrian concourse between the house and the lighthouse.
The $5 million renovation took three years and is the first part of a massive overhaul to the 130-year-old museum.
The Executive Director of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities will be stepping down from her position in June, […]
The Department of British Studies at Rutgers University New Brunswick has issued a call for papers for their upcoming nineteenth century history workshop, to be held October 4-5.
The conference, a collaboration between Queensborough Community College of New York and Nord University, Norway, will address the historical and contemporary ties between sports, sporting events, and politics.
The Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and Dumbarton Oaks Research Library have issued a call for papers for their 2019 conference, to be held May 3-4, 2019 at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, DC.
A historian was sentenced by a federal court on April 9 for the theft of at least 291 World War […]
On Thursday, April 5, graduate students from MARCH collaborated with the Center for Public History at Temple University and the Albert Lepage […]