Join us June 29 for the All Black Lives Matter Lecture “Black GI Children in Post-World War II Europe”

Join us on Tuesday, June 29, for the third installment of the All Black Lives Matter Speaker Series. Presented by the Africana Studies Program and the Black German Heritage and Research Association Academy and Institute, the event is titled “Black GI Children in Post-World War II Europe.”  This panel discussion will present the book of the same … Continue reading Join us June 29 for the All Black Lives Matter Lecture “Black GI Children in Post-World War II Europe”

Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Congratulations to the following faculty members who received promotions and tenure appointments approved by the Board of Governors at a meeting on Wednesday, April 14: Department of Childhood Studies Dr. Meredith Bak – Associate Professor  Dr. Daniel Cook – Distinguished Professor Department of English and Communication  Dr. M.A. Rafey Habib – Distinguished Professor  Department of … Continue reading Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Digital Studies Center Student Researchers Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

Student researchers at the Digital Studies Center recently released the first episode of their new podcast series: “Voices of Immigration.” The episode, entitled “Our Immigrant Stories,” explores the experiences of Rutgers–Camden students Tania Martinez and Sandra Benjamin, describes ways one can advocate for immigrant communities, and discusses what the series hopes to achieve for its … Continue reading Digital Studies Center Student Researchers Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

Registration Open for “From Chaos to Community: A Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr.”

Register here for From Chaos to Community: A Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr. on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy, Our Racial Reckoning, and the Path Forward Nationally respected scholar, commentator, and author Dr. Eddie Glaude will lead a discussion guided by his book, Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul, which explores the foundational … Continue reading Registration Open for “From Chaos to Community: A Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr.”

Join us Nov. 19 for “Women and Politics: Then and Now”

The Department of History, the Gender Studies Program, the Rutgers-Camden Honors College, and the Alice Paul Institute will co-host the event, “Women and Politics: Then and Now.” This free, virtual event will commemorate the centennial of women’s right to vote, and will examine the current status of women and politics coming out of the 2020 … Continue reading Join us Nov. 19 for “Women and Politics: Then and Now”

Join us Sept. 24 for the Rutgers Reads Virtual Lecture with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Rutgers Reads presents an important conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator and lead writer of The New York Times Magazine’s “The 1619 Project,” which commanded the nation’s attention about the history and lasting legacy of American slavery. Her powerful introductory essay was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.   “The 1619 Project” is named for the year the … Continue reading Join us Sept. 24 for the Rutgers Reads Virtual Lecture with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Congratulations to Faculty Award Recipients!

We are delighted to announce the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty have received the following university-wide awards: Dr. Próspero N. García, Associate Professor of Spanish Applied Linguistics, received the Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching; this award is named to honor the memory of the noted historian and Rutgers University professor, … Continue reading Congratulations to Faculty Award Recipients!