Salles Anne

Anne Salles is a lecturer-researcher (mcf) in Germanic Studies at the Sorbonne University, member of the Joint Research Unit SIRICE (Sorbonne-Identities, International Relations and Civilizations of Europe), and associate researcher at the National Institute of Demographic Studies (INED). Her research focuses on the political, economic and social aspects of contemporary Germany, in particular on demographic change and family policies in France and Germany. She recently published with Brigitte Lestrade the dossier “Disappearing or reborn, the demographic challenges of Germany”, Germany Today (2016). Among her other recent publications: “Between ageing and migration: the difficult German equation”, Notes du Cerfa, n°138, June 2017, and “Family and gender relations in East and West Germany: the clash of cultures”, in the book directed by Gwénola Sebaux, Identités, migrations et mobilités transnationales en Europe aux xxe et xxie siècles, published by éditions du Septentrion (2017).

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