Applications are now available for the MARCH Public Humanities Fellows program for Rutgers-Camden faculty. The fellowships support public humanities project by faculty members of any rank, full-time or part-time, and offer stipends plus funding for a student research/program assistant. In return, fellows offer a skills-based workshop at MARCH and agree to offer a public program or service within one year of the fellowship. Apply here by April 29, 2022.
This year, for the first time, MARCH also offers consultations for Rutgers-Camden faculty, staff, or neighbors who would like to make use of accumulated research about the Cooper Street Historic District and campus history for teaching or programming. To express interest, link here. Uses could take the form of student activities, supplemental materials for lectures, information for departmental websites, public tours, or more. For examples of the range of topics and data available, visit the Learning From Cooper Street digital archive and the Cooper Street Historic District project blog.