The Dey Mansion will host its 4th Annual George Washington Symposium on Sunday, February 19, beginning at 10 am. The symposium focuses on a variety of topics on eighteenth-century history and the American Revolution where historians and researcher have the opportunity to present their projects.
Tickets are required to attend. For more information, click here.
The Alice Paul Institute presents the Era Symposium, Forward Together, Backward Never! The History and Future of the Equal Rights Amendment on Friday, March 24 from 8:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M.
The Symposium will feature panel discussion with historians, state legislators, attorneys, and advocates. They will explore the history of the Equal Rights Amendment, the way New Jersey’s constitution and legislature is impacted by the state’s ERA provision, the current state of advocacy for equal rights amendments, and how New Jersey’s ERA impacts the practice of law in the state.
The ERA Symposium is presented in partnership with the New Jersey State Bar Association.
From the Alice Paul Institute:
General Admission Tickets for in-person attendees $80
Student Tickets for currently enrolled students $50 (must register with valid school email address)
Virtual Tickets for access to LiveStream of the event $40
Your ticket provides access to all panel discussions and keynote address.
General Admission and Student tickets also include breakfast, lunch, and cocktail hour (drinks and hors d’oeuvres)
Tickets sales will go live January 21, 2023.
For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
The annual New Jersey History and Historic Preservation Conference: Fun and Fury! will take place at Stockton University-Atlantic City on June 12 and 13, 2023.
From the New Jersey Historic Trust: The New Jersey History and Historic Preservation Conference is an annual state-wide educational and networking opportunity for history and historic preservation professionals and volunteers in the fields of architecture, planning, heritage site, and museum management, public history, archaeology, municipal preservation commissions, county heritage offices, developers, students, and more.
For more information, click here.