M.T.S. University of Notre Dame (2009)
B.A. University of Virginia (2006)
Elizabeth graduated from the University of Virginia with a major in Religious Studies and a minor in French. She moved to Phoenix, AZ with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and spent three years working for a non-profit serving homeless and low-income job seekers. After completing her M.T.S. at Notre Dame with a concentration in systematic theology she began the doctoral program at Fordham with interests centering in theological anthropology, informed by feminist, liberation, and ecological theologies. Her research engages resources in the Christian tradition, such as apophatic theology, together with aspects of critical theory to approach questions of gender and subjectivity in contemporary contexts.