Marcia Sachs Littell


Dr. Marcia Sachs Littell is an Emeritus Professor at Stockton University in New Jersey where she founded America’s first Master of Arts Degree in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. She is an internationally recognized Holocaust educator whose workshops and presentations have taken her to three continents. She is also a graduate of Temple University where she taught for a decade in the College of Liberal Arts.

A prolific author and editor, Professor Littell has written and edited 23 books, dozens of articles and book reviews, and serves on the Editorial Board of a number of academic journals. She is active in numerous academic and local volunteer organizations.

She is the recipient of numerous awards including The Distinguished Service Award from the Trustees and President of Stockton University, Eternal Flame Award of the Anne Frank Institute, “Merit of Distinction Award” from the Anti-Defamation League, the B’nai Brith “Woman of the Year Award, and Hall of Fame Award from the School District of Philadelphia.