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Humanities educator

Ann Jerome Croce, American humanities educator. Fellow Roothbert Fund, 1979-1986, Brown University, 1981-1982, Henry Francis Dupont Winterthur Museum, 1993; grantee Stetson University, 1988, 91, 92, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1989. Member American Studies Association.


Croce, Ann Jerome was born on September 18, 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Wilbert Davis and Frances (Sloane) Jerome.


Bachelor in American Studies, Yale University, 1979. Master of Arts, Brown University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in American Civilization, Brown University, 1988.


Teacher English Ulysses S. Grant Foundation, Yale University, 1977-1979; teacher English, resident supervisor dormitories, Westtown (Pennsylvania) School, 1979-1981; instructor American civilization, teaching fellow, Brown U., Providence, 1984-1986; member of faculty school continuing education, Georgetown University, Washington, 1986-1987; lecturer department literature, American U., Washington, 1986-1987; assistant professor American studies, Stetson U., DeLand, Florida, 1987-1993; chair department American studies, Stetson U., DeLand, Florida, since 1992; associate professor American studies, Stetson U., DeLand, Florida, since 1993. Director pilot project Florida Center Teachers, 1993.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member American Studies Association.


Married Paul Jerome Croce, December 28, 1985. Children: Peter Sloane, Elizabeth Wilson.

Wilbert Davis Jerome

Frances (Sloane) Jerome

Paul Jerome Croce

Elizabeth Wilson Croce

Peter Sloane Croce