Robert Marchie

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College Lecturer II, History

Office: Bartlett Hall #2, Room 213

Phone: 732-255-0400 Ext. 2956


Teaching Schedule

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Course (s)

HIST 171
Western Civilization to 1660
HIST 299 Study Abroad: Mexico-The World of the Maya
HIST 173 United States History to 1877 HIST 251 Study Abroad: France-Battlefields of Europe
HIST 174 United States History from 1877
HIST 181
World Civilization to 1660
HIST 191 African American History    


M.A. World History, Monmouth University
B.A. History (Secondary Ed. Certification), Rowan University
A.A. Liberal Arts, Brookdale Community College


“Irish Immigration, Assimilation and Working Class Identity, 1840-1920” – Experiences of first generation Irish immigrants and their contribution to American culture (2016)  with Professor Stephen Downey

“The Words of D.E.B. Dubois” – Presentation given for African American History Month at Ocean County College.  (2015)  with Dr. Henry Jackson

“The Other Burg: The Campaign of Vicksburg” – Presentation given on the events of Vicksburg for the Ocean County History Club. (2014)  with Professor Rick Trimble

“By the Bard’s Whiskers: Representations of Masculine Ideals in Shakespeare’s Work” – For a Shakespeare at Ocean Week, Ocean County College.  (2014)  with Professor Jack Kelnhofer

“Pivotal Events Caused by WWI”- Presentation on the effects of WWI for Ocean County College History Club. (2014)  with Professor Rick Trimble & Professor Sean Walsh

“The So Called Dark Ages and Medieval Representations” – An explanation of the factors that influenced the perception of what the Dark Ages were. (2014) with Professor Kyle Banner