DR Camille La Brooy

DR Camille La Brooy




  • Camille La Brooy is a research fellow and lecturer at the University of Melbourne. She has a PhD (Political Science) from the University of Melbourne. Her PhD explored second-generation Muslim youth identity formation and experiences of belonging in the UK in the post-London bombings era. She also has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne with majors in Political Science, Economics and French. Her research interests are multiculturalism, identity, social inequality and difference, health and community participation, specifically pertaining to Muslim, Indigenous and other socially disadvantaged communities.   




Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2015
  • BCOM / BA (HONS), University of Melbourne 2004
  • DML, University of Melbourne 2004

Awards and honors

  • Postgraduate Conference Award, The Sociological Association of Australia, 2012
  • Australian European University Institute Fellowships Association (AEUIFA) Postgraduate Fellowship at the European Union Institute (Florence), European University Institute, 2008
  • Pam Todd Research Scholarship, St Hilda's College, 2008
  • Travel for Research in Postgraduate Study Scholarship, The University of Melbourne, 2008
  • Postgraduate Overseas Research Experience Scholarship, The University of Melbourne, 2008
  • Jean Monnet Thesis Award, Contemporary Europe Research Centre, 2006
  • Australian Postgraduate Award, Commonwealth Government, 2006