This is a headshot of Sharony Green's face. She has locks with a blue tint on one lock.

My name is Sharony Green.I am an Associate Professor of History at the University of Alabama. In Spring 2021, I was an  Andrew W. Mellon Foundation  Fellow  at Chicago’s Newberry Library.

During this time, I completed research for The Chase and Ruins: Zora Neale Hurston in Honduras. Johns Hopkins University Press will release this publication on October 3, 2023. Alabama Heritage‘s Spring 2023 issue features an article that is a preview of this book.

Cover of Sharony Green's 2023 book The Chase and Ruins: Zora Neale Hurston in Honduras. There is a vintage image of tropical fruit including a pineapple.

My public history work, which can be found here, is the subject of Teaching Public History in Alabama: About (Public) Face. Routledge is the publisher of this forthcoming project.

One running thread throughout all of my work, which is informed by interdisciplinary approaches, is my deep interest how human beings encounter one another in complicated ways.  I addressed this issue in part via an interview on ESPN’s SportsCenter  and  Radio Lab.

Here is my CV.

Here is my latest blog.

I was born and raised in South Florida where I descend from people from the U.S. South and Caribbean.

I have many creative interests including film. Three poems with linkages to Hurston and my upbringing on the Florida peninsula will appear in The Southern Poetry Anthology, Vol X: Alabama, to be published by Texas Review Press in Fall 2023.