- Dr Brodie Evans
- Sessional Academic
Faculty of Law,
School of Justice
- QMomentum Visiting Fellow
Division of Research and Innovation,
Graduate Research and Development,
Graduate Research & Development
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- Identifiers and profiles
Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), Graduate Certificate in Business (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Justice (Honours) (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Arts (Griffith University)
- Professional memberships
- WorkUP Queensland – Reference Group
- Services and Practitioners for the Elimination of Abuse Qld (SPEAQ) Network
- Family Law Pathways Network – Greater Brisbane
- Australasian Animal Studies Association
- Golden Key International Honour Society
- QUT Ally Network
- QUT Pride Staff Network
Dr Brodie Evans is a Visiting Fellow, researcher, and sessional academic in the School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Their research examines discourse, law and public policy, and political activism, in relation to issues of social and criminal justice. Brodie is particularly interested in how Foucault’s tools can be utilised to expand understandings of human-animal dynamics and governance. Brodie has recently been published in the Journal of Agriculture and Human Values discussing the problematisation of ‘food security’ in live export debates and its effects on the governance of food and animals, and they are currently working on a research project examining language of lab-grown protein stakeholders.
Brodie also works outside of the university as the Men’s Program Coordinator for the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service, an activity of Micah Projects. This work involves coordinating the development and delivery of men’s domestic violence perpetrator intervention programs, including group facilitation, working with men to address their use violence towards their intimate partners. Brodie’s teaching experience in areas of justice, politics, gender, and violence, enables them to continue building connections between their professional practice, teaching and research. As a teacher, Brodie has been nominated for a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in 2016 and was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Performance Award in 2017.
Brodie has an ongoing role as a member of the QUT Ally Network and is a founding member of the QUT Pride Staff Network Committee. They have previously served as a Discrimination Contact Officer at QUT and on the Faculty of Law Equity Committee.
Unit Coordinator and/or Lecture experience in:
- JSB263 Justice Institutions
- JSB276 Independent Study
- JSQ203 Reducing Lethal Risk
- 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Performance Award
- 2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence Nominee
- 2016 Sessional Teaching and Reflection Showcase (STARS) Finalist
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.