Jasmin Sacci Isobe
BH-ARTS (Linguistics and Applied Linguistics)
Jasmin is a Research Assistant at the University of Melbourne in the Department of Social Work. She works on projects focused on domestic and family violence, and violence against women, and has previously worked in the School of Languages and Linguistics in sociolinguistics and language archiving.
Jasmin’s Honours research focused on linguistic constructions of agency and subjectivity in relation to violence against women. Her research interests include social language use and communication in relation to gendered violence, social change and subjectivity, including analysis of representations, conversation and discourse.