Join us on 11/28 for a Conversation on Early American Leadership

The Leadership Institute will host Dr. Andrew Shankman, Associate Professor of History, for a discussion on his new book, Original Intents: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and the American Founding.  The free event will take place on Tuesday, November 28th, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Raptor Roost.  Signed books will be available for purchase at the … Read more of Join us on 11/28 for a Conversation on Early American Leadership

CURE Seminar Series Continues 11/17

Jesse Curtis, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at Temple University, will present “A Mission Field Next Door: Evangelical Higher Education in the Era of White Flight” as part of the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) Seminar Series on Friday, November 17th.   This free event is open to all.  The event … Read more of CURE Seminar Series Continues 11/17

Join us for “Imagining Research, Researching Imagination” on 11/16

On Thursday, November 16th, the Writers House will sponsor “Imagining Research, Researching Imagination,” a conversation about the ways imagination and research inform the writing of both fiction and history.  Novelist Janet Benton, author of Lilli de Jong, and historian Dr. Janet Golden, who specializes in the history of medicine, history of childhood, women’s history, and American … Read more of Join us for “Imagining Research, Researching Imagination” on 11/16

MARCH Historic Preservation Workshop Scheduled for 11/11

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will continue its historic preservation workshops on Saturday, November 11th.  A one-day workshop focusing on “Architecture in Color: Historic Paints and Finishes, Their Investigation and Reproduction” will be held in the South AB Conference Room in the Campus Center.  Led by Janet W. Foster, an architectural historian and historic preservation … Read more of MARCH Historic Preservation Workshop Scheduled for 11/11

Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on 10/24

Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on Tuesday, October 24th, from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Scarlet Lounge, and speak to faculty about the Spring 2018 courses that will feature trips to Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Cuba, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Ireland, Israel, and South Africa.  All are welcome to attend, and registration is not … Read more of Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on 10/24

Dr. Janet Golden will present “Babies Made Us Modern” on 10/31

Dr. Janet Golden, Professor of History and the second recipient of the Annual Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden Faculty Research Fellowship, will present a lecture as she concludes her year-long fellowship. Dr. Golden, specializes in the history of health, women, children, and American social history.  The lecture, “Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought Americans into … Read more of Dr. Janet Golden will present “Babies Made Us Modern” on 10/31

Join us 10/26 for a Discussion about Wartime Caretakers’ Experiences

The Writers House and Warrior Writers will co-present “Outside the Wire: Wartime Caretakers’ Experiences Then and Now” on Thursday, October 26th.  “Outside the Wire” is an annual discussion series focused on wartime narratives and featuring the perspectives of veterans, artists, and scholars.  This year’s event will take a look at the changing experiences of caretakers … Read more of Join us 10/26 for a Discussion about Wartime Caretakers’ Experiences

Join us for a MARCH Historic Preservation Workshop on 10/7

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will continue its historic preservation workshops on Saturday, October 7th.  A one-day workshop focusing on “Interpretive Planning for Historic Sites and Museums: Why, What, and How” will be held at the Alice Paul Institute in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.  Led by Dr. Page Talbott, a senior fellow … Read more of Join us for a MARCH Historic Preservation Workshop on 10/7

Join us for the Stedman Gallery Walking Tour on 10/1

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) and the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) are co-sponsoring a walking tour of the art and architecture along historic Cooper Street on Sunday, October 1.  Participants will meet in the Stedman Gallery at 9:45 a.m. for a look at the current exhibition, “Picturing Camden,” before heading … Read more of Join us for the Stedman Gallery Walking Tour on 10/1

MARCH Historic Preservation Workshops Begin 9/23

This fall, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) is sponsoring a series of Historic Preservation Workshops.  The first workshop will focus on “Historic Wood Window Restoration, Identification, and Maintenance.”  Led by instructors Raymond Tschoepe, Director of Conservation for the Fairmount Park Conservancy, and Tom Mcpoyle, a conservator for the Fairmount Park Conservancy, this … Read more of MARCH Historic Preservation Workshops Begin 9/23