Elizabeth Nix, an assistant professor in the Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies Division of the University of Baltimore, teaches undergraduate courses in public history and community studies. A graduate of the American Studies departments at Yale (B.A.) and Boston University (M.A. and Ph.D.), she is the co-editor of the anthology, Baltimore ’68: Riots and Rebirth in an American City (Temple University Press, 2011). She oversaw the oral history component of Baltimore ’68, a collaborative project which won the National Council on Public History Outstanding Project Award, and the American Association of State and Local History Award of Merit and WOW Award. The chapter she co-wrote for the anthology won the Joseph L. Arnold Prize for Outstanding Writing on Baltimore History. Her articles on pedagogy have appeared in The Public Historian and The History Teacher.