Zachary Van Winkle
- Zachary Van Winkle (OSC)
contact : zachary.vanwinkle(at)sciencespo.fr
research interests and academic background
Zachary Van Winkle research revolves around individual and institutional factors that shape life courses and life course transitions as well as the consequences those life courses have for individuals in a comparative perspective.
He defended his doctoral dissertation on the complexity of family life courses in 20th century Europe and the United States in early October of 2018, which was awarded the best PhD thesis prize from the European Consortium for Sociological Research and the German Society for Demography.
Starting in September of 2015, he was employed as a pre-doctoral research fellow at the department of microsociology at the Humboldt University and the research group on demography and inequality at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. He was hosted by Stockholm University, Princeton University and the University of Amsterdam for research visits.
Up to 2020, he was a postdoctoral research fellow in sociology and social demography at the department of sociology and Nuffield College at the University of Oxford.
- 2021 (with Thomas Leopold), Family size and economic wellbeing following divorce: The United States in comparative perspective, Social Science Research, First Published 15 March. Available Online on ScienceDirect
- 2020 (with Tina Baier) "Does Parental Separation Lower Genetic Influences on Children's School Performance?", Journal of Marriage and Family, First published, 2 October. Wiley Online Library
Collaborations internationales - International Collaborations
CRITEVENTS - Critical Life Events and the Dynamics of Inequality: Risk, Vulnerability, and Cumulative Disadvantage, NORFACE Network.
EQUALLIVES - Inequality, early adult life courses and economic outcomes at mid-life in comparative context,
Responsabilités scientifiques - Scientific Responsabilities
Member of the Population Association of America, the European Population Association, the Sequence Analysis Association, and the German Society for Demography.
the American Sociological Review, Demography, the Journal of Marriage and Family, the European Sociological Review, Social Forces, the European Journal of Population, the Journal of European Social Policy, Advances in Life Course Research, Acta Sociologica, Demographic Research, Population Studies, the Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, and SAGE Open