Former Marie Curie Fellow (IUE, Florence, 2009-2011), I am currently tenure researcher for the National center for Scientific Research (CNRS), based at the Centre Emile Durkheim in Bordeaux (France).
I discussed my PhD in 2007 under the supevision of L.L. Downs and L. Scaraffia. This research shed light on the gendered politicization in France and Italy during the Belle Epoque. My post-doctoral researches led at the Ecole Française de Rome (2008-2009) and at the History & Civilization Department of the European University Institute (Florence, Italy), focused on the Catholic women activism under Fascism and the Third Republic. This led me to investigate the relations between Catholics and Communists during the Interwar France, and more specifically to bring new archival material concerning the rapprochement between some members of the Catholic Church and communism.
Since my arrival in the Centre Emile Durkheim (2011), I was responsible for a research team linked to the GENEREL project (2011-2015). This research program funded by the ANR was interested at gender, religion and local politics.
I am currtenly member of the board of the French Association of Political Science and was appointed member of the National council of Universities in political science (2013-2015).