Ecole des hautes études en sciences Sociales (Paris)
Research interests: the history of welfare institutions, their territorial and national construction in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, from the perspective of universalism, subsidiarity and social assistance.
University of Sheffield
Research interests: the history of humanitarianism and welfare.
Collegium Civitas, Warsaw
Research interests include: the history of childhood, family and gender in twentieth-century Europe, as well as welfare and social policy in postwar Europe, both East and West.
Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini/ Temple University
Research interests: social democracy, the Nordic countries, the welfare state and economic history.
Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Laboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhône-Alpes
Research interests: policies against poverty and insecurity, social work, and the evolutions of militantism and engagement.
University of Chicago
Research interests: modern European histories of childhood and the family, medicine and psychology, and emotional health and wellbeing as s core feature of modern democratic citizenship.
Ecole des hautes études en sciences Sociales and Centre national de la recherche scientifique (Paris).
Research interests: religion, nationalism and state-building process in the Ottoman and post-Ottoman space.
Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon
Research interests: transnational gender history. Currently working on “the national councils of women” in Latin America and Southern Europe, 1900-1945. These councils were affiliated to the International Council of Women (ICW) founded in Washington in 1888.
University of Warwick,
Research interests: social and cultural history of medicine. In particular activism and voluntary action, social policy construction, health, expertise, experience, and childhood in twentieth century Britain
Magali della Sudda
Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Institut d’études politiques de Bordeaux
Research interests: citizenship and religion from a gendered perspective.
University of Bucharest
Research interests: social and family policies, equal opportunities policies, family sociology, and gender studies.
University College Dublin, Ireland.
Research interests: Irish social, medical, welfare and gender history.
Centre d’études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques (CETOBAC) in Paris, France.
Research interests: voluntary associations in the Yugoslav region, Balkan Muslims, gender and women’s history in Southeastern Europe, and transnational history.
Laboratoire de recherche historique Rhône-Alpes (LARHRA)
Research interests : Gender in immigration and citizenship/nationality policies ; Transnational history ; International and voluntary organizations history.
University Paris 8
Research interests: transnational relations, the role of Non-State Actors in International Relations, global health governance, and a sociological approach to the study of International Organizations.
Indiana University Bloomington
Research interests: the histories of welfare state, social insurance, bureaucracy, democratisation, nationalism, and disability in Habsburg and post-Habsburg East Central Europe, especially from a perspective combining both social and political histories.
Sciences Po Toulouse
Research interests: transnational collective mobilisations which interweave political, social and humanitarian agendas. After focusing on interwar Europe and the Spanish Civil War, her research now centres on the early 20th century labour movement.
University of Ljubljana
Research interests: political, diplomatic and cultural history, memory, border and minorities issues in nineteenth and twentieth century Europe with a special emphasis on the Adriatic space.
École des hautes études en sciences sociales
Research interests: Imperial and post-imperial social protection: Russian, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires, late 19th-early 20th century. Population policy and population science 19th-20th century.
Research interests: gender history, the history of the Nordic welfare states and the role of religion in welfare policies.
University of Vienna
Research Interests: The history of the welfare state, history of philanthropy, history of poverty, women’s and gender history and the history of adolescence.
University of Strasbourg (France)
Research interests: Social and cultural history of religion in France and Germany, history of charities and philanthropy, history of the welfare state, women’s history
University of Sheffield
Research interests: social welfare and its regulation, with a special focus on the role of the law in addressing ‘risks’ and shaping the family in modern Europe.
Research interests: how children are cared for during wartime by NGOs and authorities. What role politics play on decisions on how and to whom care is provided is in focus.
Institute of Sociology, University of Göttingen, Germany
Research interests: the framing and implementation of family, child & parenting policies in a historical and comparative perspective, also issues of gender, employment & welfare state policies.
University of Liverpool
Research interests: the position of Romani minorities as marginalised citizens in the post-conflict contexts of Post-Yugoslav states and the impact of the 2015/16 Refugee Crisis on the understandings of diversity and multiculturalism
Research interests: the ways in which immigration and immigrant families both support and transform welfare systems within Europe.”
Masaryk Institute and Archives of Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague.
Research interests: Nazi social policy, nationalism, children and youth under the Nazi rule, society and German minority in the Bohemian lands and family policy in the Czechoslovakia 1930-1960.
University of Chicago.
Research interests: the relationship between migration and social protection from the 1920s-onward. How migration has shaped social protection and how social protection has shaped migration and migrant communities.