Liz Riedman is a PhD student who specializes in ethnographic research in urban communities with a focus on urban sustainability policy and feminist methodologies. Her research examines the unseen ways women contribute social reproductive labor in the construction of greener and healthier communities. She received her MA in Anthropology from Wayne State University and her BA in Anthropology and Religion from the University of Rochester.

Areas of interest: feminist epistemologies, urban theory, green infrastructure, community engagement practices

Faculty Advisor: Hamil Pearsall

Media Mentions

PhD Student Liz Riedman Featured in Grid Magazine
via Grid on March 27, 2023

PhD Student Liz Riedman Featured in Grid Magazine

Liz Riedman's 2022 paper is included in Grid Magazine's story about the new Philly Tree Plan.