The Monmouth Memories Oral History Program is a long-term, open-ended effort to capture and preserve the organizational heritage of Monmouth University. The Program is a product of the Department of History and Anthropology, in collaboration with the Monmouth University Library. Interviews are often conducted by our Oral History students. Please contact Specialist Professor Melissa Ziobro (732)232-4819 of the Department of History and Anthropology with any questions about the interviews. Interview transcripts or summaries are available below. Releases and recordings are available upon request to Professor Ziobro. Please check back as this page will be updated periodically.
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Fall 2019 Oral History Class
Fall 2017 Oral History Class
Professor Ziobro’s Fall 2017 Oral History students pause for a photo at the Monmouth County Historical Association ‘s exhibit, “Tracking Sandy: Monmouth County Remembers.” The crowdsourced exhibit, curated by Professor Z and designed by Stan Cain, used oral history to help explore how the citizens of Monmouth County recalled Superstorm Sandy as its 5th anniversary approached.
Fall 2015 Oral History Class
Professor Ziobro’s Fall 2015 Oral History students pose with homemade American flags created by WWII veteran Stanley Rzempoluch. The students received the flags to commemorate the completion of their work transcribing and summarizing veterans’ oral histories for the National Guard Militia Museum of NJ and Library of Congress Veterans History Project.