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Charlene Mires
Explorer of history and American cities, writer of books. Latest quest: The search for the Capital of the World. (Could it be your home town?)
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MARCH Director Apr 9
Tomorrow 4/10 is the deadline for our open position as public historian in residence. This is a full-time staff position at our Rutgers-Camden headquarters.
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NCPH Mar 30
We're looking for a new Co-Editor of The Public Historian/ NCPH Digital Media Editor! This person will be Public Historian in Residence See the full description at
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MARCH Director Mar 27
We have some more free webinar viewings coming up in April. Hope to see you there!
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MARCH Director Mar 27
Thank you for supporting MARCH and on Rutgers Giving Day! Your generous contributions will be used to employ the students who help to make digital publication of The Encyclopedia possible.
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StephanieFrieda Mar 22
Psst... folks, apply for this job and spend your time plotting cool projects and content for , , and !
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Backgrounders Mar 22
this is Brrrnard. He enjoys bird watching and reading. His favorite website is —theres so much to learn about his new home! Brrrnard was only born yesterday, so he’s excited that has been extended until 9PM tonight!
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Rutgers–Camden Mar 22
Rutgers Giving Day just got bigger! Due to the storm, is extended until 9pm tonight. Think bigger for your favorite cause by making a gift & participating in social media challenges today:
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NCPH Mar 22
We're looking for a new Co-Editor of The Public Historian/ NCPH Digital Media Editor! This person will be Public Historian in Residence See the full description at
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Backgrounders Mar 21
More big news for the Encyclopedia today— we’ve finally reached 800 followers here on twitter! How about following today’s theme of and help us get to 1,000?
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Lauren Cooper Mar 21
The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, produced by , is made possible by our amazing students. Their dedication and passion is truly inspiring! /
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Lauren Cooper Mar 21
is my favorite place to hang! It's the perfect gathering place for studying, watching webinars, and decorating for the holidays! /
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Backgrounders Mar 21
we’re into the final stretch of —help us and donate to tonight! and a big THANK YOU to all who have already donated!!! ❤️
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Mikaela Maria Mar 21
Employs students & alums ✔️ Enhances employee skill sets with hands on experience ✔️ Flexible schedules ✔️ Living Wage ✔️ MARCH is a great place to work and an important cultural resource. Please consider donating today.
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Mikaela Maria Mar 21
Way back in 2013 I gave my first tour of Cooper Street as a grad student- I am so grateful for the opportunity to bring our history to the world these past 5 years working with and appreciate any support you can give us today
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Lucy Mar 21
“Back in 1860 they only had 14k dial-up modems without echo cancellation, and the only browser was Netscape - without frames!” My favorite was working at on digital humanities projects after we decorated it for “Xmas in 1860”
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Lauren Cooper Mar 21
Check out this from when our students decorated our building in the style of a traditional 1860s Christmas!
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Mandi Magnuson-Hung Mar 21
Put humanities students to work in the greater Philadelphia region. Donate to :
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Rutgers Alumni Mar 21
Congratulations! You won the Think Bigger Challenge! An additional $500 will be given to MARCH RU-Camden.
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Mandi Magnuson-Hung Mar 21
Minerva, the Roman Goddess of wisdom would donate to for You can too:
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Mandi Magnuson-Hung Mar 21
Matching up to $500 for donations made to for
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