Liz Dolfi

PhD Candidate, Department of Religion

Columbia University

Heyman Center Fellow, 2018 - 2019

Project Title: "‘Restoring’ Broken Selves: Gender, Sexuality, and Affect in the Evangelical Anti-Trafficking Movement"

Liz Dolfi is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Religion working in the North American Religions subfield. She holds an MPhil, MA, and the IRWGS Graduate Certification in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Columbia University. She received her MA in Religion and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Yale Divinity School, and her BA in Religion and Women's Studies from Vassar College. Her primary research interests include American evangelicalism, Christian humanitarianism, contemporary secularisms, and evangelical heterosexualities. Her current project is a historical and ethnographic study of the Christian anti-human trafficking movement.