Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Faculty Associate, PSC
Professor, LSA Organizational Studies
Professor, LSA Women's Studies
Elizabeth Armstrong is a cultural sociologist with interests in the areas of sexuality, gender, social movements, organizations, and higher education. Her current work examines the sources, development, and consequences of gay movements in the US, and the effects of class and gender on college experiences and outcomes.
- Larance, Lisa Young, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Michelle Munro-Kramer, Emily Sheridan-Fulton, Yasamin Y. Kusunoki, Quyen Ngo, Sharron Fincher, and Nicole Denson. 2019. "Feminist Praxis: The Michigan Meeting on Ending Gender-Based Violence." Affilia 34(3): 383-392.
- Levi, B., Jeri A. Schneider, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, C. T. Kraft, G. D. Shapiro, N. T. Trinh, E. C. Dore, J. Jeng, et al. 2018. "The Associations of Gender With Social Participation of Burn Survivors: A Life Impact Burn Recovery Evaluation Profile Study." Journal of Burn Care Research 39(6): 915-922.
- Armstrong, Elizabeth A., M. Gleckman-Krut, and L. Johnson. 2018. "Silence, Power, and Inequality: An Intersectional Approach to Sexual Violence." Annual Review of Sociology 44: 99-122.
- Armstrong, Elizabeth A., Laura Hamilton, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, and Jessica Lotus Seeley. 2014. "Good Girls: Gender, Social Class, and Slut Discourse on Campus." Social Psychology Quarterly 77(2): 100-122.
- Armstrong, Elizabeth A., and Laura T. Hamilton. 2013. "Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality." Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
- Backstrom, Laura, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, and Jennifer Puentes. 2012. "Women's Negotiation of Cunnilingus in College Hookups and Relationships." Journal of Sex Research 49(1): 1-12.
- Armstrong, Elizabeth A., Paula England, and Alison C. K. Fogarty. 2012. "Accounting for Women's Orgasm and Sexual Enjoyment in College Hookups and Relationships." American Sociological Review 77(3): 435-462.
- Hamilton, Laura, and Elizabeth A. Armstrong. 2012. "The (Mis)Education of Monica and Karen." Contexts 11(4): 22-27.
- Armstrong, Elizabeth A., Laura Hamilton, and Paula England. 2010. "Is Hooking Up Bad for Young Women?" Contexts 9(3): 22-27.
- Armstrong quoted in the Michigan Daily: "young people see college as a unique life stage in which they don't - and shouldn't - have obligations other than their own self-development."
- First-generation college graduates lack the affluent's connections to find their first jobs
- Elizabeth Armstrong won Carnegie Fellowship
- Armstrong defends Columbia project as a "comprehensive self-study of undergraduate sexual culture"
- Armstrong says incoming college freshmen can reduce their risk of campus sexual assault
- Armstrong on why women sometimes tolerate sexism in private that otherwise may seem socially unacceptable
- Armstrong says USC's removal of questions from a required Title IX training module may reflect student-administration relations
- Armstrong says gender double standard accounts for women's disadvantage and participation in 'hookup culture'
- Armstrong's research shows parental advice helps lower risk of campus sexual assaults
- Elizabeth Armstrong wins 2015 ASA Distinguished Scholarly Book Award
- Elizabeth Armstrong says free infant formula not ideal hospital swag