Nation Sweet Nation, Troy Robert Mack
The New Jersey Cranberry, Judith Krall-Russo
The Color Line on the Baseball Diamond, Lawrence Hogan, Ph.D.
The Undoing of Moral Character, Harry Franqui-Rivera
Islam in/and America, Sylvia Chan-Malik, Ph.D.
Go, van Gogh!, Michael Norris
Soldiers Without Guns: Women Defense Workers of WWII, Stacy Roth
My Phone, My Love?, Lydia York
HUMANITIES TO GO

PUBLIC SCHOLARS PROJECT

Each year, the Council subsidizes 200 high-quality public humanities programs for host organizations throughout the state, providing opportunities for New Jersey communities to explore shared history, values, culture, and beliefs, and to engage in key questions with the support of a scholarly perspective.


OVERVIEW

ELIGIBILITY

HOSTING A PROGRAM

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS

HUMANITIES TO GO are our "grab and go" offerings. Based on your organization and desired topics/formats, we offer programs, often subsidized by our federal and corporate funding, so that you can bring high quality humanities programs to your audiences.

At NJCH, we believe that everyone should have access to humanities programming. That's why we created Humanities to Go. We want the humanities to be able to come to you.

PROGRAMS
Public Scholars Project
Museum on Main Street
Literature & Medicine

QUESTIONS
James Kirkland
Manager of Operations
jkirkland@njhumanities.org 
609.695.4838, ext 221