Elizabeth Löwe Hunter

Ph.D. in Black Studies and Gender Studies specialized in race, gender, belonging, and representation.

Oakland, CA

Research Expertise

Gender Studies
Intersectional Feminisms
Cultural Studies
Discourse Analysis
Black Feminism


I am a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2023, specializing in cultural analyses of structural injustice. I have 10+ years of experience leading research projects and teams, managing cultural programs, and coordinating public facing events in collaboration with communities, activists, and global organizations like UNESCO. I create data-driven storytelling that unsettles the status quo, amplifies marginalized knowledges, and supports informed decision making via innovation and thought leadership.


Forord Nr. 2 2022

Kvinder, Køn & Forskning / Feb 15, 2023

Petersen, M. N., Guschke, B. L., & Bissenbakker, M. (2023). Forord Nr. 2 2022. Kvinder, Køn & Forskning, 2, 6–7. https://doi.org/10.7146/kkf.v34i2.136101

Diasporiske perspektiver på racialiseringens kolonialitet i Danmark

Periskop – Forum for kunsthistorisk debat / Aug 24, 2021

Hunter, E. L. (2021). Diasporiske perspektiver på racialiseringens kolonialitet i Danmark: Diasporiske perspektiver på racialiseringens kolonialitet i Danmark. Periskop – Forum for Kunsthistorisk Debat, 25, 88–111. https://doi.org/10.7146/periskop.v2021i25.128472


University of California, Berkeley

Ph.D., African American Studies & African Diaspora Studies, Emphasis in Women, Gender and Sexuality / May, 2023

Berkeley, California, United States of America


University of California Berkeley

Doctoral Researcher / August, 2017May, 2023

Collaborated with cross-functional teams as the principal research analyst leading a transnational, multi-year research project based on foundation of a strong Intersectional Feminist analysis of inequity and power. Recruited over 100 research participants, conducted in-depth community based interviews with 34 individuals, and managed 70+ hours of audio and visual data in accordance with IRB (Institutional Review Board) illustrating key diversity and equity problems that Black Danish citizens face, to which I proposed action points.

Instructor of Black Studies & Gender Studies / January, 2018May, 2022

Award winning instructor and leader of six courses on writing, research methods, and analysis within the Humanistic Social Sciences, specifically focused on gender, sexual, and racial inclusivity and justice. Designed and implemented hybrid curricula focused on critical thinking, social justice, equity vs. equality, and collaboration, which I managed and coordinated via online platforms. Monitored, evaluated student engagement, learning, and yielded a 100% success.

Institute for European Studies, UC Berkeley

Research Analyst / June, 2018September, 2018

onducted quantitative and qualitative research and organized data-driven insights to propose scalable solutions to global partners that resulted in improved relations with labor unions and higher retention of key management roles. Effectively communicated research findings including summaries, analytical reviews, and progress reports to senior researchers and teams with clear suggestions and proposed policy implementation plans.


Project Manager / July, 2013June, 2014

Managed and delivered reports to Danish ministries from participating in meetings in UNESCO’s commissions, committees, regional and international programs related to the UNESCO conventions on the Diversity of Cultural Expression and Cultural Heritage. Planned and coordinated major international events, accommodating royal and diplomatic stakeholders and represented the Danish brand, priorities, and vision internationally. Managed projects, budgets, bookings, organization, and communication.

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