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Alexa L. Pearce
913 South University Avenue
Alexa is the liaison to the Department of History and the Department of American Culture and is the subject specialist for American and British history. She provides research support and course-integrated instruction for students and faculty in her departments and develops library collections in support of historical scholarship.
Alexa received her M.A. in World History from New York University (NYU) and her M.S.L.I.S. from Long Island University's Palmer School of Library and Information Science. She also received her B.A. in History from NYU. Alexa previously served as Librarian for Journalism, Media, Culture, and Communication in the NYU Division of Libraries and has held teaching appointments at the Pratt Institute's School of Information and Library Science and LIU's Palmer School.
- African American Biography and Autobiography: DAAS 495
- Arab-American Studies
- British and American History
- Deep Into the Heart of Darkness: History & Memory of Genocide and Mass Murder in the 20th Century
- History (General)
- History 202: Doing History
- History 496: The Black Power Movement
- History 497: War on Crime/War on Drugs (Lassiter)
- History Honors Colloquium
- Immigration Law (AmCult 301/History 390/Latinoam 301)