Researcher

Miss Caitlin Rose Biddolph

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Biography

Caitlin Biddolph is a PhD Candidate and Sessional Academic in International Relations. Supervised by Dr Penny Griffin and Associate Professor Elizabeth Thurbon, her doctoral research uses queer theory to explore and interrogate discourses of gender and sexuality at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Caitlin draws on queer theory, feminism, poststructuralism and discourse analysis to deconstruct the ways that...view more

Caitlin Biddolph is a PhD Candidate and Sessional Academic in International Relations. Supervised by Dr Penny Griffin and Associate Professor Elizabeth Thurbon, her doctoral research uses queer theory to explore and interrogate discourses of gender and sexuality at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Caitlin draws on queer theory, feminism, poststructuralism and discourse analysis to deconstruct the ways that violence is represented at the ICTY through gendered and sexualised logics.


My Qualifications

Bachelor of International Studies (Distinction) (Honours Class I) UNSW

 

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Location

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Morven Brown Building