Specialist Professor in Public History
M.A., City University of New York, 1963
Office: Howard Hall 347
Web Site: bluehawk.monmouth.edu/~sdouglas/
Professor Douglass teaches courses on Oral History, the Holocaust, and the Vietnam Era. In the fall of 2005 her students conducted interviews with the Italian American community of New Jersey for their class project, WW II at Home and Abroad-Case Study, the Italian American Community of New Jersey. These interviews will be archived at the Monmouth University Library and the cultural center of the Italian American Association of the Township of Ocean (IAATO). In conjunction with this project, Professor Douglass arranged for the museum exhibit, "Una Storia Segreta—When Italian Americans Were Enemy Aliens,” to be on exhibit last November at the Monmouth University Library. The first oral history project Professor Douglass’ students worked on—interviews with members of the destroyer Escort Service, Garden State Chapter—is available onsite and online at the Monmouth University Library and the Naval Historical Foundation in Washington, D.C.
“Oral History is Alive and Well at Monmouth University,” ALL EARS, Naval Historical Foundation Newsletter, 6/4 (September 2003).