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Lisa's primary areas of interest include culture, cognition and identity, and she is particularly fascinated with the process of identity construction and maintenance. Through in-depth, semi-structured interviews with individuals associated with diverse identities, Lisa's dissertation explores how "doing identity" operates as a generic, social process. Lisa received her BA in Sociology from Loyola University (Maryland) and her MA in Sociology from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.