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Elizabeth Lamoree

Lizzie Lamoree

Lecturer, Ph.D. Business and Labor History

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of Interest

  • U.S. History
  • Gender Studies
  • Labor Studies and Public Policy

Contact Information

About Elizabeth Lamoree

Dr. Lizzie Lamoree lectures in Ethnic Studies, Women's and Gender Studies and Social Sciences Departments. She received her PhD in business and labor history from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research and teaching interests include social relations, political economy, and U.S. history. As an undergraduate, Dr. Lamoree graduated from Cal Poly with minors in Women's Studies and Ethnic Studies.


2019 Campus Health & Wellbeing Faculty Partner of the Year Nominee

2019 WGS Excellence in Leadership for Social Change at Cal Poly

2019 Honor’s Program Outstanding Faculty

2019 Lavender Leadership Award Nominee

2018 President’s Diversity Award finalist

2015-2016 Outstanding Achievement in Teaching by a Lecturer

2016 Faculty Award from University Housing

Selected Publications

Lamoree, Lizzie. “Gambling on Grapes: Management, Marketing, and Labor in California Agribusiness,” Agricultural History Journal. 86.3 (Summer, 2012).


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