Liz Hines holds an M.A. in Geography from the
University of Kansas and a Ph.D. in Geography from Louisiana State University.
She teaches Cartography, Planning, World Geography, the Geography of
Food, and the Geography of Race at UNC Wilmington. She is the
director of the Department's Internship Programs.
Her research interests include American Racial History, the American South, Foodways,
Ethnicity, Belize, and South Africa. She is a
board member of the African American Heritage Foundation of Wilmington,
LINC, Inc., and a member of Wilmington's Long-Range Plan Steering