Elizabeth Rule

Elizabeth Rule in front of US Capitol
Assistant Director, AT&T CIPP
805 21st Street, NW
Suite 301
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
[email protected]

Elizabeth Rule, Ph.D. is the Assistant Director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy, the Academic Director of the Semester in Washington Politics program, an Assistant Professor of Professional Studies, and the Faculty in Residence at Madison Hall.

Before coming to the George Washington University, she was a Visiting Scholar in Anthropology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Rule received her Ph.D. and M.A. in American Studies from Brown University, and her B.A. from Yale University.

She has lectured, presented, and taught courses related to Native American Studies nationally and internationally, and her work has received support from the Ford Foundation Fellowship, the Holisso: The Center for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture Fellowship, the Mellon Mays Research Development Grant, and the Chancellor Thomas A. Tisch Fellowship for Graduate Studies.

Her book manuscript, Reproducing Resistance: Gendered Violence and Indigenous Nationhood, explores the intersection of Native American/First Nations women's reproductive justice issues and gender violence.

Rule is an enrolled member of the Chickasaw Nation.