"Girls do the Maths: a Sociological Survey on High School Girls"
The next session of the seminar « Gender, Behavior and Decision-Making » by the Women and Science Chair will take place on Tuesday the 14th of June from 5 pm to 6 pm at Dauphine university (room C-Bis) and online (Teams). The Teams will be communicated in due time.
We will have the pleasure to listen to Clémence Perronnet (Université Catholique de l’Ouest) who will present "Girls do the Maths: a Sociological Survey on High School Girls in a Mathematics Workshop".
Clémence Perronnet is a researcher in sociology and a lecturer in educational sciences at the Université Catholique de l'Ouest. Her research focuses on the genesis of relationships to science, i.e., on the social processes and the material and symbolic conditions of (dis)liking and commitment (or disengagement) to scientific practices, courses of study and careers. Her work considers science not only as a corpus of knowledge, but also as a material culture that unfolds in museums, games, activities or written and audiovisual productions, i.e. the "scientific culture".
About the Women & Science Chair
The Women and Science Chair at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, created inpartnership with the L’Oréal Foundation, Generali France, La Poste, Talan, Safran and Amundi seeks to engage and foster interdisciplinary approaches to analyzing the causes and consequences of the underrepresentation of women in careers in scientific research and academia. The Women and Science Chair is member of the UNESCO chairs network.
mardi 14 juin 2022
de 17h00 à 18h00 Lieu : Cbis