Zulver earned her DPhil in Sociology at the University of Oxford in 2018. Her research aims to explain how and why organisations of women mobilise in high risk contexts in Latin America, actions which expose them to further danger. Her doctoral project focused on organisations of displaced women in Colombia, while her master’s project examined similar themes in the case of gang-controlled neighbourhoods in El Salvador. Her work takes an intersectional perspective, which allows for examination and analysis of groups whose identities, voices, and perspectives are often not adequately included in mainstream conversations.
Her work has been published in Gender and Development, Gender, Place & Culture, and Latin American Perspectives. She has also contributed to The Washington Post, The Guardian,Thomson Reuters Foundation, openDemocracy, and Ms. Magazine, among others. For a full list of publications, click here.
In 2020 she will begin a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowship at the UNAM (Mexico) and Oxford (UK).