Department of Political Economy
King’s College London
Bush House (North East Wing)
London WC2B 4BG
Room number: 8.09 Bush House (North East Wing)
Elizabeth Morrow is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. 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.