Elizabeth Baisley
Katherine Elizabeth Baisley headshot
Elizabeth Baisley
Katherine Elizabeth Baisley headshot

Elizabeth Baisley is a PhD candidate in Princeton's Department of Politics. Broadly she is interested in human rights, identity politics, and social change. Her dissertation explores the uneven uptake in litigation by Canadian advocacy groups and social movements. The project brings together literatures about representation, legal mobilization, social movements, interest groups, and intersectionality. Before coming to Princeton, Elizabeth received an MA in Political Studies (Gender and Politics) from Queen's University and an Honours BA in Human Rights and Human Diversity from Wilfrid Laurier University. You can find her work published in Human Rights Quarterly, the Journal of Human Rights, Race & Class, and the Canadian Journal of African Studies.

Biography

Elizabeth Baisley is a PhD candidate in Princeton's Department of Politics. Broadly she is interested in human rights, identity politics, and social change. Her dissertation explores the uneven uptake in litigation by Canadian advocacy groups and social movements. The project brings together literatures about representation, legal mobilization, social movements, interest groups, and intersectionality. Before coming to Princeton, Elizabeth received an MA in Political Studies (Gender and Politics) from Queen's University and an Honours BA in Human Rights and Human Diversity from Wilfrid Laurier University. You can find her work published in Human Rights Quarterly, the Journal of Human Rights, Race & Class, and the Canadian Journal of African Studies.