Department of Political Economy
King’s College London
Bush House (North East Wing)
London WC2B 4BG
Room number: 7.13 Bush House (North East Wing)
Elizabeth Morrow is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. Elizabeth Morrow began her career as a lawyer with the Victorian state government in Melbourne before completing her PhD in Politics in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London. She has previously studied at Monash University and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her doctoral research drew on a qualitative study of the English Defence League and provides a detailed account of the experiences of front-line group members. Before joining DPE, Elizabeth was a research fellow at the University of Birmingham.
Elizabeth is currently researching whether right-wing political activism, and its capacity to influence policy, will alter as a result of being part of the political majority in the EU referendum. She uses a variety of qualitative methods, including ethnography, to study organisations such as the English Defence League, PEGIDA UK and Britain First.
Meadowcroft, J. and Morrow, E.A. 2017. Violence, self-worth, solidarity and stigma: how a far right dissident group solves the collective action problem, Political Studies, 65, 2, 373-390.
Dacombe, R. and Morrow E.A. 2017. Developing immersive simulations: The potential of theatre in teaching and learning in political science, PS: Political Science & Politics, 50, 1, 209-213.