A professor of black studies and history at University of Delaware has written the first full-length nonfiction account of the life of Ona Judge.
Visitors to Bridgeton’s Old Broad Street Church and Cemetery this summer will enjoy a host of free tours, lectures and exhibits.
The registration page for the 2015 Frederic M. Miller Lecture featuring Katherine Ott, a public historian and curator at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, is now open.
This year’s Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series entitled Curating Black America will feature Dr. Lonnie Bunch, inaugural Director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and other speakers that will explore black history and culture through their experiences leading several other premiere museums and historic sites.
The Temple University Department of History, the American Philosophical Society, and the Temple University Alumni Association have announced a special reception and lecture in honor of Dr. Martin Levitt, librarian at the American Philosophical Society. Dr. Levitt earned his doctoral degree at Temple University in 1991, and has taught archival studies courses for Temple’s History program for many years.
From the Center for Humanities at Temple: The Center for Humanities at Temple has announced its program schedule for this […]
From H-Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Humanities Council Invites History Non-Profits to Host a Commonwealth Speaker Discover stories of Pennsylvania communities that […]
(From nps.gov) To mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the National Park Service free winter lecture series in 2012 […]
“Excavating Ground Zero: Fragments From 9/11” Exhibit at U Penn Museum The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology […]