Dr. Nick Kapur to Present “The Invention of the Kamikaze” on Dec. 2

The Department of History will continue its Lees Seminar Series for the 2022-2023 academic year on Friday, December 2. Dr. Nick Kapur, Associate Professor of History, will present “The Invention of the Kamikaze: Wartime Resistance to ‘Certain Death’ Tactics in the Japanese Military.” The comment will be given by Dr. Sheldon Garon, Nissan Professor in Japanese Studies and … Continue reading Dr. Nick Kapur to Present “The Invention of the Kamikaze” on Dec. 2

The Department of History Launches the Lees Seminar Series on Oct. 28

The Department of History will begin its Lees Seminar Series for the 2022-2023 academic year on Friday, October 28. The first guest speaker is Vilasnee Tampoe-Hautin of the Université de la Réunion, who will present “Diversity and Exclusion: Sri Lanka’s Troubled Cinema Inheritance (1900-1968).” The comment will be given by Meheli Sen, from the Cinema … Continue reading The Department of History Launches the Lees Seminar Series on Oct. 28

Join CURE on October 13 for a Lecture by Mustafa Saqib

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its seminar series on Thursday, October 13, with a presentation by Mustafa Saqib, a Visiting Research Scholar at Rutgers-Camden, supported by the IIE Scholar Rescue Fund. Professor Saqib will present, “Lessons Learned from Democratization (State-building) Efforts in Afghanistan: The Divide between Urban-Rural Politics.” This event will … Continue reading Join CURE on October 13 for a Lecture by Mustafa Saqib

Join us Sept. 22 for the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant Edition of CURCA

Join us Thursday, September 22, for a special edition of the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Education (CURCA), featuring the twenty undergraduate students who received Summer Undergraduate Research Grants. You will learn about the research these students conducted over the summer, from projects ranging from a study of nostalgia to the mathematical modeling of cancer. … Continue reading Join us Sept. 22 for the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant Edition of CURCA

Dr. Nicole Belolan Discusses “Disabilities Then, Disabilities Now” in Lecture Series

On July 26, 2022, our nation celebrated the thirty-second anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a landmark civil rights law that, for the first time, protected the rights of people with disabilities and guaranteed equity. Dr. Nicole Belolan, Public Historian in Residence at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) here at … Continue reading Dr. Nicole Belolan Discusses “Disabilities Then, Disabilities Now” in Lecture Series

Registration Open for MARCH Fall Programming

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) has an exciting slate of fall programming in their Continuing Education in Historic Preservation program: The ten-week course “Introduction to Historic Preservation” is available online only, beginning Thursday, September 15;  The five-week reading group, “Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth-Century Urban America,“ will meet via Zoom beginning … Continue reading Registration Open for MARCH Fall Programming

Learning Communities Open to First- and Second-Year Students

First-year and second-year students enrolled in the Camden College of Arts and Sciences will have the unique opportunity to join a Learning Community this fall semester. Learning Communities consist of two courses that examine a single theme from different disciplinary perspectives that mutually support student learning. Many of the courses also satisfy General Education requirements. … Continue reading Learning Communities Open to First- and Second-Year Students

Join us on April 7 for “F*** Your Statue! Images and Idols from Rome to Richmond” Lecture

The Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Africana Studies Program will present, “”F***! Your Statue! Images and Idols From Rome to Richmond” on Thursday, April 7, from 12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. in the South AB Conference Room of the Campus Center. Dr. Nicholas Johnson, Professor of Religion, will present.  All are welcome to … Continue reading Join us on April 7 for “F*** Your Statue! Images and Idols from Rome to Richmond” Lecture

Registration Open for the Annual Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture

The Department of Public Policy and Administration celebrates the life and work of Dr. Robert F. Bailey with the annual Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture. Bob Bailey was a cherished member of the Rutgers–Camden Department of Public Policy and Administration. The Bailey Lecture was established to recognize the contributions he made to our students, his … Continue reading Registration Open for the Annual Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture