Véronique Mottier is Professor in Sociology at the University of Lausanne, and Director of Studies and Fellow in Human, Social and Political Sciences at Jesus College, Cambridge. She holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Cambridge, and BA and MA degrees in sociology and political science from the University of Geneva. She has taught discourse analysis, social theory, and qualitative methodology at many institutions, including the Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, the European University Institute in Florence, GIGA/Hamburg, and the Universities of Geneva, Lausanne and Cambridge. Her research interests include interpretative methodologies; Foucauldian discourse & narrative analysis; politics of sexuality; legacies and critical memorialisation of slavery and colonial violence; gender and law. She has published widely in these areas,and is currently completing a book on the history of French social theory for Harvard University Press.
For full list of publications and webpage, see: veroniquemottier.com