Bourse Alliance 2018 : les projets de Léonie Hénaut et Henri Bergeron sont retenus
Édité le 13 Décembre 2018
La Bourse Alliance 2018 a retenu six collaborations de recherche et d’enseignement parmi lesquelles :
“Crisis in Context: Sagas of HIV Blood Contamination in the US and France”
Constance A. Nathanson (Columbia University) & Henri Bergeron (CSO - Sciences Po)
The question addressed in this project concerns the circumstances under which a health crisis is transformed into a political crisis and becomes the vehicle for substantial social and political change. The PIs address this question by means of a detailed comparison between understandings of and responses to the event of blood contamination in the United States and France.
“Occupational Identity and the Gig Economy”
Jennifer C. Lena (Columbia University ) & Léonie Hénaut (CSO - Sciences Po)
The goals of this joint project are: 1. the advancement of the understanding of occupational identity and the gig economy, using a dataset on arts and arts-related industries as an initial case study, 2. the expansion of a network of French and American scholars studying non-standard employment and its consequences on workers and occupations, and 3. the dissemination of project findings via peer-review publications. The project will proceed with two workshops for graduate students and scholars held in New York and Paris when the principal investigators will be visiting their respective universities.