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Dr Véronique Mottier
Véronique Mottier is a Fellow and Director of Studies in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. She is also a Professor in Sociology at the University of Lausanne.
Véronique Mottier's research and teaching interests include:
- Social and political theory
- Gender, sexuality, and the state
- Modernity, race, and identity politics
- Welfare states and social exclusion
- Coerced sterilisation policies and child removal programs in the Western world
- Interpretative research methods, discourse, and narrative analysis.
- Certificat d’Etudes Françaises Modernes, Faculté des Lettres, University of Geneva.
- BA and MA in Political Science, University of Geneva.
- BA in Sociology, University of Geneva.
- PhD in Social and Political Sciences, University of Cambridge.
Awards and prizes
- Prix Jubilé 2001, Académie Suisse des Sciences Humaines et Sociales.
- FNS Research Professor, 2002-2006.
For a biography and full list of publications, see www.veroniquemottier.com.
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