We explore, cultivate, and champion the public humanities in order to strengthen New Jersey’s diverse community.
January 26, 3:00 pm
Piscataway Public Library – Kennedy Branch, 500 Hoes Ln, Piscataway, NJ, 08854, United States
Expertise comes in many forms, from deep learning to the value of lived experience. This roundtable of NJCH grantees and program partners will take a deep dive into how their projects balance different types of expertise to create dynamic and meaningful programs.
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 […]
The application deadline for the course has been extended to April 20, 2023. The class is now scheduled to run online February 27 through June 12, 2023. Collaboration will offer […]
The New Jersey Council for the Humanities was featured in an article by the Federation of State Humanities Councils highlighting programs around the United States that are helping to expand […]
Jonathan Mercantini, PhD Current city/town: Moorestown, NJ Title/Affiliation: Acting Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Kean University What’s the last page-turner biography you read? What podcasts are keeping you going […]
Rayman Solomon Current city/town: Camden, NJ Title/Affiliation: University Professor and Dean Emeritus, Rutgers Law School What’s the last page-turner biography you read? What podcasts are keeping you going during […]