In this sequel, award-winning journalist Dr. Donna Clovis recounts the stories of Princeton,
New Jersey, from the 1960s to the present, through the eyes of its oldest citizens by means of
interviews, diaries, and articles. The synchronicity of being at the right place at the right time
for the interviews, locations, and journals plays a major role in the construction of the book.
About the Author
Dr. Donna L. Clovis has an earned doctorate from Teacher’s College,
Columbia University in Arts and Humanities. Dr. Clovis has also
won two journalism fellowships: the McCloy Fellowship from the
American Council on Germany and Harvard University and a
Prudential Fellowship from Columbia University Graduate School
of Journalism. The McCloy Fellowship resulted in producing
documentary work about Holocaust survivors in Germany, now
archived in the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C.
She has won a first-place feature-writing award on racial profiling from the National
Association of Black Journalists. Dr. Clovis is the Albert Einstein Education Award winner
for achievements that produce a significant improved educational environment from
the governor of New Jersey. She was also selected as a Visiting Scholar to the American
Academy of Rome in Italy.