(2021)."We can't find a safe or secure environment to be ourselves": Takatāpui/LGBTIQ+ homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago.
Brodie’s PhD research explored the intersection of Takatāpui/LGBTIQ+ identities and experiences of homelessness in Aotearoa. They have a background in political science, and their previous research has looked at the political participation of LGBTIQ+ youth. Brodie has experience working in parliamentary politics, and has a strong activist background. They are passionate about creating positive social change and addressing social, economic, and cultural inequalities.
Brodie is open to supervising Master’s students and co-supervising PhD students, particularly in the areas of homelessness, LGBTIQ+ identities, gender inequities, and political participation.
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