We explore, cultivate, and champion the public humanities in order to strengthen New Jersey’s diverse community.
Stanley N. Katz Prize
- July 7 @ 3:00 pm
- July 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- July 11 - August 13
- July 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
We’re excited to share that our new strategic plan, which includes a revised mission statement and new values statement, has been approved by the NJCH Board of Trustees.
New Jersey Council for the Humanities Executive Director Carin Berkowitz, PhD, and Board President Dan Fatton penned an op-ed titled “Creating a more inclusive history of the Garden State” published […]
At the conclusion of the LOI stage of its 2021-2022 cycle for Incubation Grants and Action Grants, the New Jersey Council for the Humanities has received 83 approved Letters of […]
(Camden, NJ) – The New Jersey Council for the Humanities announces that Voices and Votes: Democracy in America, a traveling exhibition about civic engagement and participation in our democracy, will […]
Vietnamese Boat People
"Their stories are ones of loss, separation, survival and resiliency. The Vietnamese Boat People generation is an aging population with stories of courage and hope and refugee experiences that need to be preserved as part of the Vietnam War history."