MARCH (Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities)



MARCH (Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities)

At the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH), students and recent alumni build skills that employers value through research projects, writing, program planning, and digital publishing. Our projects include the digital Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, which is building a new understanding of the region spanning Philadelphia, South Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania, and northern Delaware. Across the Mid-Atlantic region, we promote collaboration, innovation, and best practices in public humanities. We offer a continuing education program in historic preservation, and we host the co-editor's office for the journal The Public Historian, the leading journal in the field.

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Support the encyclopedia builders! Your donation will employ students and recent alumni who are gaining research, writing, and digital publishing skills by working as fact-checkers and page-builders for The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia.

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$15 employs one student for one hour of research assistance or digital publishing.

$30 pays for fact-checking one new essay.

$90 pays for building one new topic page.

$150 employs one student for one 10-hour work week.

$2,100 employs one student for one semester.

Why are donations necessary?

When you make a gift to MARCH, you help to foster a community of students and recent alumni preparing for careers in public humanities, including museums, historic sites, and archives. Your donation will help us to continue producing original scholarship and supporting the history practitioners of the future. Thank you!