Social Media from the Stacks

Social media can be a powerful tool for libraries, archives, and museums to create a branded, collaborative online presence. But where to begin? Before diving head first into the latest social media trends, cultural heritage institutions must first ask several questions, such as: What are we hoping to achieve by using social media? Who will be creating the content? Who is our intended audience?  At Catholic University, knowing the potential audiences plays an important role in our social media plan.

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Don't Miss "Connecting Culture to Community: Creative Placemaking" on December 8th in Toms River!

Friends of New Jersey History:

The New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) is proud to be a co-sponsor of the upcoming South Jersey Cultural Alliance (SJCA) event: "Connecting Culture to Community: Creative Placemaking” (Thursday, December 8th at OceanFirst Bank in Toms River).

Re: Query: Bibliography on Satmar Hasidim

For the search of Dr. Mariah Adin for sources regarding the modern life and culture of Satmar Haredi that are accessible to non-Jewish Studies scholars –

Apart from what you can find easily in Wikipedia – see:

Weiss, Maud B., and Michael Neumeister. The Challenge of Piety: The Satmar Hasidim in New York, Munich, Kehayoff 1995.

Rubin, Israel. Satmar: Two Generations in an Urban Island. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.

Mintz, Jerome R. Hasidic People: A Place in the New World. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1992.

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