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Élodie Edwards-Grossi

Élodie Grossi is a PhD candidate in Sociology and American History at University Paris Diderot under the supervision of Dominique Vidal and Paul Schor. She obtained the agrégation in English in 2014, and from January 2015 to December 2016 she was Visiting Graduate Researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a member of the research center EpiDaPo (UCLA-CNRS). In 2017-2018, she received the Fulbright and Georges Lurcy fellowships to complete her dissertation at Tulane University, and is currently affiliated to the department of History as a Visiting Research Fellow. Her research focuses on the social history of racialized psychiatry in the segregated South and the medicalization of the black body from the 19th century until the contemporary era.

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