The Public Historian At Home

This is a color photograph of a woman standing in front of a brick wall splattered with paint in plances. The woman has long brown hair, brushed to one side. She is wearing glasses, pear earrings, and a pastel stripled collared shirt.
Dr. Nicole Belolan, Public Historian in Residence and Director of Continuing Education in Historic Preservation at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers University-Camden.

Do historians do history at home too? Yes! learn more about how you can incorporate the principles of historic preservation into your everyday life with our new series, The Public Historian at Home, a collaboration with the Rutgers University Alumni Association.

April 17, 2020
The Public Historian at Home on Preserving Historic Lawns and Gardens
Resources and transcript: pdf | word doc.

April 30, 2020
The Public Historian at Home on Choosing Exterior Paint Colors
Resources and transcript: pdf | word doc

May 1, 2020
The Public Historian at Home on Food Preservation and Storage
Resources and transcript: pdf | word doc

May 8, 2020
The Public Historian at Home on Preserving Historic Chairs
Resources and transcript: pdf | word doc