Aliza Luft

Aliza Luft is assistant professor of sociology at UCLA. Her research and teaching interests include comparative-historical and political sociology, war and violence, social boundary processes, and cognition. Her empirical work, based on the Holocaust in France and the Rwandan genocide, examines how formal institutions, social affiliations, and individual desires intersect and shape decision-making in times of war. You can learn more about her research and publications here and her current book project here.

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