Collective residences

ELISABET ALMEDA SAMARANCH

From Monday, 14 March 2022 to Friday, 18 March 2022

ELISABET ALMEDA SAMARANCH
Full professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona
Barcelona (Catalonia)

Bio

Elisabet Almeda Samaranch is a full professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona (UB). Member of the Inter University Research Group COPOLIS "Welfare, Community and Social Control", www.copolis.org, (coordinator of consolidated group COPOLIS UB 2004-2017) and member of the CEFOCID-COPOLIS teaching innovation group. PhD in Sociology from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Master in "Social Welfare and Social Planning" from the University of Kent in Canterbury, Graduate of the "Common Study Programme on Criminal Justice and Critical Criminology" (University of Barcelona) and Degree in Economics and Business (UB). Her research and teaching has developed in three main areas: systems of criminal justice (social control, female criminality and women’s prisons), changes and family policies (family diversity, one-parent families and welfare policies and gender), and memory and identity (gender and sociology of memory). She has conducted several researches, studies and published several books and scientific articles –with social diffusion too- on all these topics. She participates in several networks, committees and associations about her subjects of study, most notably the coordination of the International Research Network on Gender and Penal System (GEISPE Network 2008-), and the International Thematic Research Network on One Parent Families, (TIIFAMO Network 2008-2012, www.tiifamo.net).

Project

I will be on line all the time. With Anna Morero we will give a short presentation of our research. We will also discuss two papers of two colleagues that are also involved in the project.

Notícies, articles i activitats

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