Elizabeth Murice Alexander
Assistant Clinical Professor of Digital Humanities and Digital Studies
Elizabeth Murice Alexander is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Digital Humanities and Digital Studies at African American Digital & Experimental Humanities (AADHum), housed in the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland, College Park. Elizabeth designs and develops across digital & print media, with a critical and creative research practice focused on Black women’s technoculture, the embodied lifecycles of cultural and personal data, and the Southwest Side of Chicago. She held a Mellon Editorial Fellowship at Northwestern University Press, co-produced the episode “Growing a Greater Englewood” with Change Agents the Podcast, and is a member of the Immersive Realities Lab for the Humanities digital experimental workgroup, among other fellowships & projects. Currently, she’s working on Erotic Data Poetics, a hybrid book project exploring womanist poetics as a framework for collecting, analyzing, and using data. Elizabeth earned her doctorate in Literatures in English from Cornell University in 2021.