Elizabeth Baisley

Politics, PhD candidate

Graduate Associate

I am a PhD candidate in Princeton’s Department of Politics.  Currently my research explores the historical development of social conservative movements in the United States and Canada.  More broadly, I am interested in comparative political development (especially American political development [APD] and Canadian political development [CPD]), historical institutionalism, and qualitative methods.

Publications: 

Baisley, E. (2016).  "Reaching the tipping point?:  Emerging international human rights norms pertaining to sexual orientation and gender identity," Human Rights Quarterly, 38(1), pp. 134-163.

Baisley, E. (2015).  "Framing the Ghanaian LGBT rights debate: Competing decolonisation and human rights frames," Canadian Journal of African Studies, 49(2), pp. 383-402.

Baisley, E. (2014).  "Genocide and constructions of Hutu and Tutsi in radio propaganda," Race and Class, 55(3), pp. 38-59.

Baisley, E. (2012).  "Status-differentiated rights," Journal of Human Rights, 11(3), pp. 365-383.