Liz is completing her PhD in the Department of International Development, LSE. Her research, based along the Uganda/ Congo border, examines historical and contemporary responses to crisis along the border. She is also a Research Officer in the Centre for Public Authority at LSE, working on a British Academy funded project which explores everyday health seeking across Uganda's borders. Liz holds a BA Geography and MPhil Development Studies also from Cambridge. Within the Department of Geography and Environment, Liz teaches on GY100, GY202 and GY427.
Forthcoming: PhD Thesis: Lugbara “Religion” Revisited: Essays on misfortune and moral crisis (West-Nile, Uganda)
Storer, E and Pearson, G. (2019) Cross-Border Dynamics and Healthcare in West Nile, Uganda, UNICEF, IDS & Anthrologica [online at: https://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/handle/123456789/14582]
Elizabeth Storer, Ryan Joseph O’Byrne & Kyla Reid, (2017) “Poisoning at the periphery: allocating responsibility across the Uganda/ South Sudan borderlands” in Third World Thematics, Vol 2 (2-3), Special Issue: ‘What kind of witchcraft is this?’ Development, spirituality and magic.
Tim Allen and Elizabeth Storer, (2018) “Genocide: A Definition”, in Tim Allen and Anna Macdonald (eds.), Humanitarianism: A Dictionary of Concepts, (London: Routledge)
Editor, with Anna Shoemaker, Special Issue of Field Diary, Journal of the EU Resilience in East African Landscapes Project, Issue 2, 2017, On the Undisclosed Challenges of Fieldwork, http://www.real-project.eu/field-diary-issue-2/