Elizabeth Tuttle is Assistant Professor of French at Michigan State University. She received her PhD from the Pennsylvania State University in 2019. Her current book project focuses on political activism in 1920s and 30s France. She examines how print culture shaped both feminist and anti-imperialist movements in metropolitan France and throughout the empire. In case studies on Paris, French West Africa, Indochina, and French Guiana her work looks at how women and men used political ephemera to create coalitions and contest their marginalization.