Associate Professor of Africana Studies
Area of expertise:
International Black popular culture
Dawn-Elissa Fischer teaches courses on international Black popular culture, information technology and visual ethnography. She is an expert in studies of sound, music and social justice in international Black popular culture, including non-Black consumer interest in Black popular culture. Co-director of the Sound and Social Justice Commons, Dr. Fischer is also a founding staff member of Dr. Marcyliena Morgan’s Hiphop Archive.
PhD, Anthropology, University of Florida