Internships at Stockton

South Jersey Culture and History Center, Stockton College  

For information, contact Professor Thomas Kinsella, Professor of Literature: Thomas.Kinsella@stockton.edu

This center is beginning a publishing venture, republishing out-of-copy right texts of special interest to South Jersey.

The Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center, Stockton College https://stockton.edu/holocaust-resource/ 

For information, contact: Gail Rosenthal, Supervisor: Gail.Rosenthal@stockton.edu

The Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center promotes a “focus on the study of the Holocaust by fostering academic research and by serving as a repository for Holocaust materials including oral histories.”

 

The Text Center, Stockton College

http://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/page.cfm?siteID=69&pageID=110

For information, contact David Roessel, Associate Professor of Greek: David.Roessel@stockton.edu

“The Stockton Text Center was established in 2005 to enable undergraduate students to work with primary, and mainly unpublished, materials in order to give them new insights into the nature and practice of scholarship. Past projects have included manuscript materials of Langston Hughes, Tennessee Williams, Henry Louis Mencken, and Ezra Pound. The projects have resulted in publication and conference papers.”

 

William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy, Stockton College http://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/page.cfm?siteID=188&pageID=1

For information, contact Darryl Greer, Senior Fellow: Darryl.Greer@stockton.edu

The Hughes Center “serves as a catalyst for research on public policy and economic issues facing southern New Jersey.” Interns plan meetings with advisory groups, prepare reports on public opinion polls and trend data, and help to research and write Hughes Center policy papers.