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Leonora Dugonjic-Rodwin is Researcher in the Sociology of Education and Culture (SEC). Before joining Uppsala, she was a SNSF fellow at Humboldt-University in Berlin, a post-doctoral researcher at the CNRS in Paris and associate coordinator (with Gisèle Sapiro) of the European Project INTERCO-SSH. Her work centers on internationalism in education, the social construction of education markets and global field analysis. Her forthcoming book, An Elitist International examines the social structures and historical dynamics of International Baccalaureate (or “IB”) programs and schools on a global scale, combining field theory with the theory of symbolic goods, quantitative and qualitative methods. Informed by her empirical research, Dugonjic-Rodwin also engages with questions of methodology and epistemology in socio-historical research. She has published articles in Pedagogica historica, Revue suisse des sciences de l’education, Journal of Curriculum Studies and Prospects: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education. She is also an affiliated member of the European center of sociology and political science (CESSP) in Paris, France and the Research team on the social history of education (ERHISE) in Geneva, Switzerland.
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