Leticia Anderson is a PhD candidate and part-time lecturer at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney. Her doctoral thesis explores representations of Muslims and Islam in Australian political discourse through the lens of content and discourse analysis of press coverage of the 2004 and 2007 Federal Election campaigns.
During her undergraduate studies at the University of Sydney, Leticia undertook an interdisciplinary program of studies, majoring in psychology and medieval studies. She received a number of prestigious accolades for her undergraduate work, most notably the University Medal for her honours thesis, Subjected Muslims of the Latin Mediterranean, 1060-1300, and was awarded her Bachelor of Arts (Hons I) in 2005.
Prior to commencing her doctorate in 2007, Leticia worked in Indigenous affairs, most recently serving as Executive Officer for the NSW Reconciliation Council.
- PACS2002: History and Politics of War and Peace – Lecturer/Tutor
PACS6917: Religion, War and Peace – Course Co-ordinator