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- Mr Brodie Evans
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Graduate Certificate in Business (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Justice (Honours) (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Arts (Griffith University)
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QUT Ally Network
Brodie is a PhD candidate and Sessional Academic with the School of Justice at QUT Faculty of Law. Their research focuses on political discourse, activism and policy in relation to issues of sex, gender, as well as environmentalism and animal rights. Brodie’s current PhD project examines animal cruelty, discourse and the live export trade. Brodie also has an ongoing part-time role providing support to the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service, an activity of Micah Projects.
Brodie is a member of the QUT Ally Network. They have previously served as a Discrimination Contact Officer at QUT and on the Faculty of Law Equity Committee.
Brodie has current experience lecturing/unit coordinating for the below units in the School of Justice at QUT:
- JSB263 Justice Institutions
- JSB276/277 Independent Study
- 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Performance Award
- 2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence Nominee
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.