Research student biographies
Leticia's thesis, Religion and multiculturalism in Australia: the Islamic dimension, explores the intersection between nationalism, secularism, globalisation and multiculturalism in the formation of attitudes towards Australian Muslims, and the consequences of these attitudes for Australian community relations.
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Vivianna Rodriguez Carreon
Vivianna is a PhD candidate at CPACS. Her research interests cover women survivors of war and their experiences during the aftermath of violent conflict. Currently her research area is gender and conflict, focusing on women’s empowerment and development through agencies within a peacebuilding framework for political participation after conflict. She is working on a case study which covers both East Timor and Peru.
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Lyn Dickens is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, the University of Sydney. Her thesis examines representations of mixed race Eurasians in Australian cultural production and their relationships with constructions of Australian national identity.
Lyn is currently attending the English Faculty at the University of Cambridge as an Academic Visitor and a member of Emmanuel College.
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Annie’s PhD examines the development of a radical global policy idea – using the case of the United Nations Emergency Peace Service – across cultural, political and historical differences.
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