The New Jersey Council for the Humanities has announced a new lecture series to take place across the state in September and October, 2018. The Public Scholars Project will hold one- to two-hour events in nine of New Jersey’s twelve congressional districts. Topics range from immigration and veterans’ oral history to the layered lyrics of Jersey-native rock star Bruce Springsteen. All events are free and open to the public. Advanced registration is required for some. For a complete program and more details, see the NJCH’s website. Individual events can also be found on MARCH’s regional events calendar.
NJ Council for Humanities Hosts Public Scholars Project
The Public Scholars Project will hold free, public, one- to two-hour events in nine of New Jersey's twelve congressional districts.