Yvette Wijnandts

Ms Yvette Wijnandts

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

Research Ethics Officer

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts


Yvette Wijnandts holds a Masters degree in gender and ethnicity studies from the University of Utrecht. For her Ph.D. research at the University of Adelaide, she uses postcolonial theory and critical feminist theory on ethics to gain a deeper understanding of the discourses surrounding animals in the food industry. She aims to show how different structures of power intersect, specifically that of culture and religion, with the issue of animal rights in a globalizing world.

My thesis examines discourses on practices of food consumption in a globalising world. My research is highly intersectional, and informed by critical theory, especially feminist epistemologies, animal studies, and postcolonial studies. 

Adelaide Scholarship International 2015-2018

Academic tutoring: Encountering Human Rights: Global Citizenship (level II/III), Gender and Race in a Postcolonial World (level II/III), Revolutions that Changed the World (level I), Introduction to Social Sciences.

Guest Lectures: Contemporary Theories in Gender Studies. "Michel Foucault and Feminist Theory"

Private tutoring: ITAS (Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme)

 

 

  • Position: Research Ethics Officer
  • Phone: 83134725
  • Email: yvette.wijnandts@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8313 3700
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Rundle Mall Plaza, floor 4
  • Org Unit: Research Services

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