Bottled water, juices and paper good for Cathedral Kitchen, for the community service project for the African American History Since 1960s class.
Students from the History Club and Professor Kate Epstein’s military history class traveled to Philadelphia on Veterans’ Day to view the new Library Company exhibition on US involvement in World War I. They were accompanied by Professor Wendy Woloson, who gave a short talk introducing the Library Company and the exhibition,
Professor Charlene Mires is a Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center Fellow for 2016-17. The fellowship supports her research in relationships between urban development and historical memory, particularly in the case of the Cooper Street Historic District,
Professor Kate Epstein gave a talk titled “Seizing the Torch: Globalization, Hegemony, and the Anglo-American Relationship, 1865–1918,” in the “America in the World” series, at the School of History and Sociology, Georgia Tech, 2016.
Political rancor is nothing new, says history professor Andrew Shankman in this recent newspaper article: https://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/kevin_riordan/20161018_Political_rancor__Nothing_new__says_Rutgers-Camden_history_prof.html
Rutgers Today Article “Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954”