In our nationally recognized Community History program, participants receive instruction on public history practices, develop projects in a collaborative environment, and receive funding from NJCH to launch projects in their communities. Join us Monday, December 11, at noon for a virtual information session covering program and eligibility guidelines, application process and timeline, and all of your questions.
We explore, cultivate, and champion the public humanities in order to strengthen New Jersey’s diverse community.
As we approach the end of the year, the New Jersey Council for the Humanities is thankful to have welcomed three new members to our Board of Trustees in 2023! […]
We held our last Community History learning session for this cohort on September 13. With this year’s program wrapping up, the CH23 cohort is beginning to look ahead to the November showcase.
The Resource Roundup is a monthly email newsletter for the NJ Humanities community with helpful information, including notifications of funding, professional development events, meetings, and conferences from both NJCH and […]
In spring 2022, the New Jersey Council for the Humanities collected hundreds of responses from individuals throughout the state as part of our Democracy Conversation Project. Via both an online […]
The new Netflix film Rustin tells the long-overlooked story of Civil Rights leader Bayard Rustin, and an NJ Council for the Humanities-funded project at his namesake center in Princeton is sharing […]