Conférences - Sarah Burgard (University of Michigan), professeure invitée à l'EHESS
28 février, 2, 16 et 19 mars 2020 - Paris / Aubervilliers
Dans le cadre du « Programme professeurs invités » de l'EHESS et de la convention entre l'EHESS et l'University of Michigan, le Centre Alexandre-Koyré a le plaisir d'accueillir Sarah Burgard.
Sarah Burgard is Professor of Sociology, Epidemiology and Public Policy at the University of Michigan. She will take part in the Visiting Professors Program hosted by EHESS and Anne Rasmussen (Centre Alexandre-Koyré) from February through April 2020.
She has published extensively on the social factors underlying health and health disparities by socioeconomic status, gender, and race/ethnicity across the life course. Recent research and grants have explored the links between employment and health, particularly in the context of economic recessions, which disrupt career, economic, and health paths for many adults, but especially for marginalized groups. Burgard is a PI of two panel studies: the Americans' Changing Lives Study and the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study, and has used these data to study reciprocal associations between employment insecurity and health and influences of financial shocks, debt, housing instability, and material hardship, with a focus on creating life course measures of cumulative disadvantage.
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