Elizabeth is a Visiting Fellow at the Warburg Institute, University of London. In 2014, she was named the Mark Samuels Lasner Fellow in Printing History by the American Printing History Association and a New Scholar by the Bibliographical Society of America. In 2012/13, she was Munby Fellow of Bibliography, Cambridge University Library, as well as Research Fellow both in History of Art and at Darwin College, Cambridge. She has given lectures at institutions including Cambridge University and the University of Chicago.
Her research concerns the impact of the first technologies for printing pictures in colour in the West, focussing on Tudor England and the German-speaking lands in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Her PhD at King's College, Cambridge, was supported by the Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Gerda Henkel Foundation), and she earned an MA from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a BA from the University Professors Program, Boston University.
She is an editor of Printing Colour, 1400-1800: Histories, Techniques, Functions and Receptions (Brill Academic Publishers, forthcoming 2014), and her monograph Vivid Prints: Colour Printmaking and the Transformation of Visual Information in Early Modern Germany, 1476-c.1600, is under contract for 2015.