We explore, cultivate, and champion the public humanities in order to strengthen New Jersey’s diverse community.
- August 20 - October 2
- September 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- September 28 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- September 28 @ 7:00 pm
Carin Berkowitz Current city/town: Camden, NJ Title/Affiliation: Executive Director, New Jersey Council for the Humanities What’s the last page-turner biography you read? What podcasts are keeping you going during […]
The New Jersey Council for the Humanities is thrilled to announce that award-winning poet and professor Evie Shockley joins the lineup at our 50th Anniversary Gala at Morven Museum and Gardens on […]
NJ Summer Playlist Showcases Artists and Traditions with Substantial Connections to the Garden State
Songs are essential for August days in New Jersey, whether you’re driving down to the Shore or picking up blueberry ice cream in Hammonton. That’s why NJCH has created a […]
Greg Waters Current city/town: Montclair, NJ Title/Affiliation: Board of Trustees member and incoming Chair, New Jersey Council for the Humanities What’s the last page-turner biography you read? What podcasts […]
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."