Rosalie Gillett is a PhD Candidate and sessional academic in the School of Justice, Faculty of Law at the Queensland University of Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Justice (Honours, First Class) from QUT. Her research seeks to better understand women’s experiences of unwanted interactions on Tinder. Rosalie is particularly interested in how less overt forms of gendered violence and harassment facilitated via the app may be perceived as normal interactions.
Thesis title: Everyday violence: Women’s experiences of unwanted interactions on Tinder
- Principal supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Molly Dragiewicz
- Associate supervisor: Dr Elija Cassidy