MARCH is excited to welcome the New Jersey Council for the Humanities to Camden. The council recently moved its headquarters to […]
One day in June 1950, Martin Luther King Jr., then a student at Crozer Theological Seminary, stopped at a bar […]
Funds will be used for community-building activities, including events during Camden County History Week (October 15-21) and further collaboration among neighborhood stakeholders.
This one-day workshop is designed for volunteer and professional stewards of historic properties looking to improve the preservation and interpretation of their site.
Rutgers will celebrate this special anniversary with a yearlong program of events beginning this November.
It was announced this month the first African American executive director of the Camden County Historical Society, Jason Allen, left […]
The Camden County Historical Society has named Jason E. Allen as its new Executive Director. Prior to his appointment, Allen […]
From Rutgers-Camden: The Center for Urban Research and Education at Rutgers-Camden has announced its forthcoming conference, The Challenge of Camden, […]
The planning committee for the Public History Community Forum (PubComm) is pleased to announce that PubComm 13 will be held […]
On Thursday, January 17, the Stedman Gallery at Rutgers-Camden welcomed Camden residents and the campus community to its newest exhibit […]