Centre Maurice Halbwachs

Gabrielle Escaich

(Old member)
ENS PSL

Personal informations

Address

Etablissement d'inscription en thèse : Ecole normale supérieure, 48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris, France
Etablissement d'enseignement : Institute of French Studies (New York University), 15 Washington Mews, 10003 New York, Etats-Unis
France

E-mail

gabrielle.escaich@ens.psl.eu

Biographie

Doctoral candidate at the Ecole normale supérieure (ENS-PSL) (2021-) Visiting scholar at the Institute of French Studies-New York University (IFS-NYU) (2021-2024) Holder of the "agrégation" (competitive teaching exam) in Social and economic sciences (since 2020) Disciplines: Sociology, History THESIS Thesis subject: Des enseignants "du peuple" ? Une étude des voies d'enseignement "dominées" Thesis supervisor: Jérôme Deauvieau Summary available on theses.frhttp://theses.fr/s305146 TEACHING 2021-22 :
  • Introduction to R software, M.A. in French Studies, Institute of French Studies (New York University)
  • Workshop "Social sciences and news", M.A. in French Studies, Institute of French Studies (New York University)
PUBLICATIONS Book reviews Articles
  • 2021: "A la source des réseaux : repérer les liens entre individus à partir d'un registre", Lubartworld ERC, lubartworld.cnrs.fr
RESEARCH MASTER'S THESIS
  • 2021: "Des enseignants comme les autres ? Les enseignants de lycée professionnel au coeur d'un système scolaire hiérarchisé", supervised by Jérôme Deauvieau (in the framework of the master's degreee "Quantifying in social sciences", ENS-EHESS)
  • 2019: "Arriver, s'échapper, rester ? Enseigner aux marges du Bassin parisien à l'heure où les capitales attirent", sous la direction de Florence Weber (in the framework of the master's degreee "Practicing interdisciplinarity in social sciences", ENS-EHESS)
PRESENTATIONS IN CONFERENCES
  • 2022: "Teachers like the others? A socio-historical approach to the singularities of vocational high school teachers in France (1960s to today)", 6th study day for doctoral students in sociology of professional groups, University of Paris-Nanterre, June 23, 2022

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