Ari Green is a Ph.D. student in the Public History program at NC State University. Ari’s scholarly interests include historic preservation and how it intersects with community engagement, displacement in Black communities, and gentrification.
A Sacramento, California native, Ari graduated from California State University, Sacramento with her BA in History. After a two-year gap, Ari pursued her MA in Public History where she examined the role of local policy, the development of sports stadiums, and their effects on Black communities in Sacramento using spatial analysis.
At the Center, Ari continues to engage with Black communities in Southeast Raleigh by developing innovative ways to preserve and memorialize their histories using spatial analysis and other digital tools. As a Graduate Research Assistant for the Center, Ari is a part of the Wake Community-University Partnership (WakeCUP) project that primarily works with Southeast Raleigh.
Ph.D. Public History NC State University 2023
M.A. Public History California State University, Sacramento 2020
B.A. History California State University, Sacramento 2016
Area(s) of Expertise
Historic Preservation, Spatial Analysis, Archival Practices