New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art recently announced that the museum had hired a full-time curator of Native American art– […]
Beth Twiss Houting has been appointed the new Executive Director of the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center in Pennsburg, PA. […]
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, the government agency that oversees the state’s historic sites, […]
Nancy Van Dolsen, a native of Northwest Philadelphia, will start as the new Chief Executive Office of the Cliveden of […]
The Smithsonian Institution has appointed historian Lonnie Bunch as the organization’s new leader. Bunch will be the first African American […]
A conversation with Delaware Historical Society’s new director, David W. Young, about his career move, his plans for the society, and the relevance of a public history to public life.
Film Historian Karen Redrobe is the new director of the Wolf Humanities Center. She plans to expand public programming and make it more inclusive.
Tuomi Joshua Forrest will join the organization in Mid-August. Forrest most recently served as the Vice President of Partners for Sacred Spaces.
David Miller will take the position, which was left vacant when Briann Greenfield stepped down to become the Executive Director of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford Connecticut.
Karen Kenton has held a leadership role in the NEH since 2011, when she became the senior program officer in the Division of Public Affairs.