Liz Koslov is a PhD student in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University (NYU), where she works on housing, culture, and urban studies. She is currently writing a thesis that examines the process of managed retreat from places vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Liz is a research scholar at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge
, and a member of the Superstorm Research Lab
, a mutual aid research collective working to understand the changes in how New York City policy actors, NGO leaders, activists, volunteers, and residents are thinking about social, economic and environmental issues following Hurricane Sandy. Liz holds an MSc in Culture and Society from the London School of Economics and a BA in Communication and Spanish and Latin American Literature from the George Washington University.