Rogers Rebecca, Molinier Pascale (eds.), 2016, Les femmes dans le monde acadÃ©mique. Perspectives comparatives [Women in the academic world: comparative perspectives], Rennes, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 228Â p. This is a book of proceedings from an international conference on women in academic institutions held in March 2015 at the University of Paris 13 and organized by the University of the Sorbonne Paris-CitÃ© with support from the Institut Ãmilie de ChÃ¢telet and the European Union TRIGGER project. The fact that it was selected for the EUâs Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development is proof of the Unionâs support for research on these topics. This general context, more favourable than previously though there are still some points of vulnerability, made it possible to hold such an ambitious three-day conference. The book contains a considerable proportion (13) of the contributions to the 2015 conference along with three short sections summarizing the 36 papers. Some of the papers had already been published. The volume is divided into three parts: pioneers, current academic careers, institutional changes and the levers thereof. But the chapters can also be subdivided into historical studies, sociological studies and personal accounts. The nature of the contributions differs
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