What’s New at MARCH?

Below are a few exciting things happening at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH):

  • We welcome two Rutgers-Camden Public Humanities Fellows for the fall semester: William FitzGerald from the Department of English and Nate Walker from the Department of Philosophy and Religion.
  • Our community activities this fall have included the Johnson Park Music and Arts Festival in Camden and a new Cooper Street tour for Camden County History Month, led by second-year graduate student Joshua DiPrima. (Last chance to catch the “Homefront History” tour focused on the Civil War era, Tuesday, October 25, 4 p.m., starting at 325 Cooper Street in Camden.)
  • Nicole Belolan, MARCH Public Historian in Residence, was among the presenters for the webinar “Disability Justice in Preservation,” produced by the Preservation League of New York State.
  • Many new topics have been published in The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphiawhich continues to provide experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students at Rutgers-Camden.


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