Elizabeth is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Fashion Studies (IMS) at Stockholm University. She holds an MA in Cinema Studies from the Stockholm University, Graduate studies in Psychology, Marketing and Public Opinion from Universidad de Buenos Aires, and a BBus in Public Relations from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (Licenciada en Relaciones Públicas).
At Stockholm University, Elizabeth lectured in consumer culture, archival research as a qualitative method, fashion and film.
Since 2016, she is the editorial assistant of Popular Communication, the International Journal of Media and Culture.
She was a visiting researcher at the USC`s School of Cinematic Arts in 2015.
In 2014, she discovered costume designer Jacques Fonteray´s private collection and was the first scholar to conduct research on this material. Since then, she has been working with the owners of these holdings to donate the material to an archive, in order to preserve his work as a cultural legacy, making it accessible to scholars around the world.
Before entering her Ph.D, Elizabeth worked as a PR in the entertainment and advertising industries for 10 years, in charge of media relations, branding and product development within the music industry. Before joining Stockholm University, Elizabeth lectured and coordinated workshops in art history, cultural history II, and creative writing for journalism and PR during four years at Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (U.A.D.E). The courses were part of the following programs: Public Relations, Journalism, advertising, fashion design, graphic design, and marketing.
Language proficency: English, Spanish, Portuguese and Swedish.