Elizabeth G.M. Parker is a professor of Interior Design at her alma mater, the Parsons School of Design, in NYC. Her practice, ParkerWorks, explores building interiors as sites of memory, decay, identity, and attachment through the crafting of furniture and objects. Parker received her BA in English from Rice University before completing her MFA in Interior Design at Parsons in 2012. Her thesis, “Sub/Surface: Encounter and Domustalgia”, was awarded the iCrave Thesis Award for “exceptional advancement to the field of Interior Design.” Previously, Parker served as a Political Risk Analyst and West Africa Specialist at the World Bank Group.



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