Nathalie Fuchs

Chercheur postdoctoral
Postdoctoral Researcher

Nathalie Fuchs has a doctorate in political science from Sciences Po since 2010. His dissertation was titled The transformations of activism in the North African in the Suburbs of Paris. Three case studies: the National Committee against double punishment / Movement of immigration and the suburbs, the Youth Association Sartrouville and EVEIL, a muslim association. She was working since November 2013 on an international project of post-doctoral Marie Curie Research entitled "Disrupted lives in Oakland: exit, voice, loyalty?". Her research interests focus on political participation of poor (women, immigrants, etc.). She participated in the research program 2012-2013 VOTPAUVR- "How the vote "poor"?", coordinated by Nonna Mayer (CEE / Sciences Po), the results have been published in 2015 at Sciences Po Press. Cf. Céline Braconnier, Nonna Mayer (dir.), Les inaudibles. Sociologie politique des précaires, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2015.

Thèmes de recherche

Inégalités, Militantisme, Mouvements sociaux