Presentations

Liz is available for speaking engagements and media requests around higher education and inequality.

If you’re interested in booking her for an engagment, please email her.

Please include information such as dates, location, topics of interest, affiliation and point of contact details, as well as anything else of relevance.

Liz Lee invited talk at Lafayette College
Past Invited Talks include:

2019

“First-generation intersections: Race and gender variations in social life on campus.”
Keynote speaker
University of Pennsylvania, Education and Inequality mini-conference
Philadelphia, PA

2018

“How we talk about class on campus.”
Invited lecture
Carleton College, Sociology Department
Northfield, MN

2017

“Remarks on working across difference.”
Keynote speaker, 1vyG Conference
Yale University
New Haven, CT

“How we talk about class on campus.”
Invited lecture at:
Smith College, Sociology Department
Northampton, MA
and
College of the Holy Cross, Office for Diversity and Inclusion
Worcester, MA

2016

“How we talk about class on campus.”
Invited lecture at:
American University, Office of Campus Life and Office of Academic Affairs
Washington, DC
and
Lafayette College, Social Justice Speaker Series
Easton, PA

2013

“Like sisters: Gender and class at an elite women’s college.”
Invited presentation to the
University of Pennsylvania, Gender and Education Conference
Philadelphia, PA

2012

“Clubs, class, and campus culture.”
Invited lecture to the
Bates College, Sociology Department
Lewiston, ME