Hey, I’m Elizabeth.

I’m an Assistant Clinical Professor of Digital Humanities & Digital Studies at African American Experimental & Digital Humanities (AADHum) at the University of Maryland, College Park. I’m also part of the social media team at Public Narrative and a member of the Immersive Realities Lab.

Previously, I was a Mellon Editorial Fellow at Northwestern University Press. I was also a producer for Change Agents the Podcast, profiling Black urban agricultural collective Grow Greater Englewood. I have written, designed, and built content for a variety of industry and scholarly projects, but my main focus is work that engages the public.

I received my PhD and MA in Literatures in English from Cornell University and my BA in English & Black Studies from Amherst College. I’m currently in the DMV, but deeply rooted in Chicago’s Southside.

In this headshot, taken in 2021, Elizabeth Murice Alexander stands in front of the yellow living room wall of their childhood home on the Southside of Chicago. They are wearing a black and white striped dress, red glasses, and red lipstick, and their locs are hanging over one shoulder.

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