Elizabeth Shoffner is an Argentine-American PhD student in the UW Department of Geography. She lived in Buenos Aires for several years before moving to Seattle for graduate school, and had previously conducted her master's research in Rosario, Argentina on collective processes in politicized spaces of urban agriculture. Her research interests include political ecology, decoloniality and feminist methodologies. She loves to dance, drink mate, and share the enjoyment of public space, and she has traveled extensively in Argentina and the Southern Cone. Elizabeth is thrilled to take part in the very first year of this fantastic and timely study abroad program offered through CHID!
Study Abroad Programs
Political Landscapes of Buenos Aires: Neoliberalism and the Struggle for Alternatives
Buenos Aires, Argentina