Liz focuses on comparative politics and political economy, as well as having qualified in international relations. She has been conducting experiments and research in East Africa since 2012. Her dissertation project studies how social groups affect the diffusion of gender norms and how women process female role models in politics.
Liz grew up in the Mountain West of middle America and is a graduate of Brigham Young University (2013) in International Relations. She has conducted field research for Oxford University, CDG, and IPA.
- Comparative Politics