Dr Juliet Rogers is an Associate Professor in Criminology in the School of Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. She previously taught at the Melbourne Law School where she completed her PhD in 2008 on ‘Fantasies of Female Circumcision: Flesh, Law and Freedom Through Psychoanalysis’.
She was an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow 2012-2016, undertaking an examination of the Quality of Remorse: after periods of political and military conflict. Juliet has recently been a Visiting Fellow at the European University Institute, Italy; Yale Law School, US; University of Cape Town Law School, South Africa and at Queens University Law School, Belfast. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at the University of Bologna, Italy, and a Research Fellow at the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research, UK. She is a member of the editorial boards of Law, Text, Culture and the Australian Feminist Law Journal.
Prior to her academic career she was a therapist in the trauma field and a manager and youth worker in the community sector. This work gives her specialized knowledge in empirical research with marginalized communities. She has undertaken further study in psychoanalysis, education and groupwork. She has published extensively in the areas of political, legal and postcolonial theory using psychoanalysis as a tool for interrogating the subject's relation to prohibition and sovereignty. Juliet supervises research higher degrees in the fields of trauma, psychoanalysis, postcolonial and legal theory. She has a particular interest in work on transitional justice and projects engaging with the rhetoric and practices of reconciliation and conflict resolution, including those that involve the application of artistic media.
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Resistance, Recognition And Reconciliation In Australia - Lessons From South Africa And No..
The Quality Of Remorse In Northern Ireland And South Africa - Implications For Australia.
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The Jouissance of the Torturer in Zero Dark Thirty and the Enjoyment of the Unacceptable
Juliet Brough Rogers
Journal article | Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies
Abstract: In the scene of torture we can see a paradox at work in which the torturer is both sanctioned by positive law and prohib..
Associate Professor In Criminology
Social And Political Sciences
Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand
Editorial Board Member
Australian Feminist Law Journal
Doctor of Philosophy LAW
University of Melbourne
CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY
La Trobe University
La Trobe University