Historian, agrégée in physics
Editorial secretary of the journal Anthropologie & Santé
Coordinator of the working group Women-Gender-Health (CERMES3)
A physicist by training and professor of physics for 20 years, I joined the field of the social sciences in 2009, with a particular interest in the history of the sciences, the history of women and of gender.
After having co-directed an EHESS workshop from 2014 to 2017 on the roles, practices and representations of women in the production of knowledge, my interest today is focused on the sex-linked nature of knowledge produced in the area of health.
« Women in Mathematics: Historical and Modern Perspectives » Réflexions sur les femmes en mathématiques 2019. A short version of this article has been published in the Gazette des mathématiciens, SMF, Paris, 2018, p. 57-66.
« Gender and Space in Enlightenment Science: Madame Dupiéry’s Scientific Work and Network », Domesticity in the Making of Modern Science, Opitz D. L. , Bergwick S. et van Tiggelen B. (dir.), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstocke, 2016, p. 41-60.