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Liliana Rolfsen Petrilli Segnini


Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Faculdade de Educação (FE)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

PhD in Social Sciences from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1987), Associate Professor at the Department of Social Sciences in Education at the Faculty of Education at Unicamp, discipline Sociology of Education-Work. Full Professor at the State University of Campinas - Unicamp (since 2001). Full professor and researcher at the Faculty of Education at Unicamp; Professor and Collaborating Researcher of the Doctoral Program in Social Sciences, area "Work, Politics and Society of the Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences (IFCH) of Unicamp, from 2011 to the present.Coordinator MTE/CBO 2002 (selected professions for UNICAMP); Brazilian coordinator of the CAPES/COFECUB International Cooperation Agreement, Process 305/2000 (from 2000 to 2004) - Changes in work organization, professional relationships and training; Coordinator of the FAPESP thematic project "Training and Work in the field of Culture: teachers, musicians and dancers" (2003/2007); Coordinator of the CNRS/FAPESP International Cooperation Project "What is the social meaning of modernization at work"(2006/2009). Associate Researcher - Center de Recherches Sociologiques et Politiques de Paris (CRESPPA, UMR 7217), Genre Travail Mobilités (GTM) team. Member of the Capes Cofecub International Cooperation Agreement "Organization and conditions of modern work: employment, unemployment and precarious work" (2010/2014). Member of the Capes Cofecub Agreement Ö the meaning of changes and changes of meaning" (2015/2019) Member of the board of ALAST - Latin American Association of Labor Sociology (2012/2013). Member of the board of ABET - Brazilian Association of Labor Studies. Member of Reseau Genre et Migrations, France. Member of the Remir - Labor network. Constitution of a network for systematic and critical monitoring of the Labor Reform. CESIT/Uni camp Member of the Deliberative Council of the French Alliance of São Paulo, Member of the Board of the French Alliance of São Paulo (2023).She has experience in Sociology, with an emphasis on Sociology of Work and Sociology of Gender Relations, working mainly on the following topics: artistic work and cultural industry (from 2003 to the present); gender relations, unemployment, precarious work, international division of labor, globalization, labor market, migrations and labor reform.Visiting professor at ISCTE-IUL (Portugal) at the Brazil Portugal Chair in Social Sciences representing Unicamp in 2005. Zeferino Vaz Academic Recognition Award, granted by the Rectory of the State University of Campinas in 2004. Jabuti Award in the category best book on Economics, Administration and Business, book chapter: Heterogeneous experiences of precarious work: men and women, music and dance professionals, Paris and São Paulo, book organized by Nadya Guimarães, Helena Hirata and Kurumi Sugita, entitled Flexible work, precarious jobs? A comparison between Brazil, France and Japan. São Paulo, EDUSP, 2010.CNPq researcher 1 B. Project under development (2019/2024): International migrations and labor reform - Implications for artistic work in an international comparative perspective (research in progress). Researcher FAPESP. Project: International migrations, labor reform and the Covid-19 pandemic Implications for artistic work in a comparative perspective. Process number: 2021/09166-5. Duration of the process 03/01/2022 to 02/29/2024 (research in progress). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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