History Day Judges Needed!

Hello all and Happy Monday!

New Jersey National History Day is still in need of judges for its Monmouth University and Seton Hall regional competitions. Pls see below note from History Day for more info-- and thank you in advance for helping us mentor a new generation of critical thinkers!

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Greetings potential Judges of 2018 NJ History Day,

Winter 2018 NJ Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal

The New Jersey Historical Commission, Rutgers University Libraries, and Monmouth University are proud to announce that the latest edition of the peer-reviewed New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (NJS) is now available online. Free access to all content is available at: http://njs.libraries.rutgers.edu.

Public History Minor at Monmouth University

The Monmouth University Department of History and Anthropology is pleased to announce a new undergraduate minor in public history. The minor consists of 15 credits. Required courses are HS 212: Introduction to Public History; HS 312: Oral History; and HS 317: Museum and Archives Management Basics. Students also select 6 credits from an approved menu.

Monmouth University Department of History and Anthropology Newsletter

The Monmouth University Department of History and Anthropology is pleased to share the link to the latest edition of our Department newsletter, The Sextant. We hope the work of our faculty, students, and alumni will be of interest to you-- we are particularly proud of our work with our partners in the NJ History community!

WWI Exhibit at Monmouth University

Join us for the opening of a WWI Exhibit curated by the Monmouth University Department of History and Anthropology’s Spring 2017 Museums and Archives Management Basics Students! The opening will take place starting at 5pm on Thursday, April 13 at the Guggenheim Library on our campus. Light refreshments will be served. The exhibit opening will be followed by author Geoff Dyer’s 7pm talk at Pollak Theatre. Mr. Dyer is the author of several books, including The Missing of the Somme.

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