Federica Caso is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, in the department of Political Science and International Studies. Her doctorate thesis looks at aesthetic embodiments in the militarisation of contemporary western societies. It uses the Australia War Memorial and ANZAC celebrations as representative case study.

Federica is involved in the Visual Politics Cluster project at UQ. Her work also expands on themes of gender and sexuality in the military and popular culture. She is editor of the Visual Politics section of the online journal Dialogue, where she also contributes. She is the co-editor of Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies (E-International Relations, 2015), and has published in The Journal of Critical Military Studies.