Dr. Clement Price (1945-2014)
The New Jersey Historical Commission joins other arts, history, and cultural organizations across the state and nation in mourning the passing of Dr. Clement Price. A monumental figure, Dr. Price’s legacy lives on in the knowledge and wisdom he bestowed, the wealth of work left behind, and the countless lives touched over decades. The Historical Commission is forever indebted to his leadership and contributions to New Jersey history, from co-founding the annual Marion Thompson Wright lecture series to enriching the discussion and understanding of the African-American experience. His kindness and humanitarianism will never be forgotten.
FY15 Round II Declaration of Intent Forms Now Available
You may now prepare and submit your Declaration of Intent to apply for a FY 15 Round II Minigrant. All Declarations of Intent must be submitted via the System for Administering Grants Electronically (SAGE), and will be due on December 10, 2014.
To apply for a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, all applicants must be registered with SAGE. If you have not already registered, but plan to apply for a grant in this fiscal year, you are encouraged to register now through SAGE . You should receive a validation email within a week of registration. If you do not, please call the Commission at (609) 292-6062.
All returning users are encouraged to check their user profiles and organizational profiles in SAGE to ensure accurate contact information. Outdated contact information puts applicants at risk of missing important notifications.
2014 New Jersey Historical Commission Award Winners
Every year the New Jersey Historical Commission honors individuals and organizations that make significant contributions to state history. This year’s award winners were recognized at the New Jersey Forum on November 21-22, 2014 at Kean University.
Understanding Audiences Workshop
The Understanding Audiences workshop was the first in a series of three learning opportunities focusing on engagement. If you were unable to attend the workshop please take a look at the online resources.
Information from the first workshop
More information about the upcoming workshops will be available later this fall.
Telling (untold) Histories
The first unconference in the South Jersey/Philadelphia region that will bring public historians and history organizations together to tackle difficult historical topics with the public. Explore the hows and whys of engaging subjects that challenge our audiences’ expectations and expand our thinking.
For more information visit http://untoldhistories2015.wordpress.com/