Liz McCabe

As a full-time faculty member in CFS, Liz teaches courses, advises students, coordinates instructor collaboration, promotes curriculum development, and builds program relationships across the university. She teaches Field Studies in the Modern Workplace and Field Studies in Humanities, focusing on interdisciplinary approaches to questions about work, education, and cultural institutions. She earned a Ph.D. in English from Northwestern for her work on Victorian fiction and anthropology. Beyond CFS, Liz currently coordinates the Undergraduate Affiliates blog for the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities and co-chairs the Public Humanities Colloquium at Northwestern. She also runs the Chicagoland programming for Poetry Out Loud, the national recitation contest for high school students, on behalf of Literature for All of Us.