Féminisme aux risques du sport

30 May | Livres en dialogue - presentation of the book
7:00 pm
8:30 pm
Questiosn féministes
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"Nouvelles questions féministes" 43/1 2024 : "Féminisme aux risques du sport"

The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme is organising an evening to present the new 2024 issue of "Féminisme aux risques du sport" from the journal Nouvelles questions féministes (43/1), to be published in May by Éditions Antipodes.

This Livres en dialogue session will bring together the authors of the book, Sigolène Couchot-Schiex, Christelle Hamel, Solène Froidevaux, and the feminist activist Camille Teste.

After the discussion, you will have the opportunity to ask our guest any questions you may have. The meeting will be followed by a moment of conviviality.


Sigolène Couchot-Schiex has a doctorate in education and training sciences. She is a sociologist and university professor at CY Cergy Paris Université.

Christelle Hamel is a researcher at INED and co-director of the Demography, Gender and Societies unit, supervising the Virage (Violence and Gender Relations) survey.

Solène Froidevaux has a doctorate in social sciences from the University of Lausanne.

Camille Teste is a feminist activist, host of the podcast "Encore Heureux" (Binge audio), and author of Politiser le bien-être (Binge audio éditions). She works on the emancipation of the body and proposes a politicised approach to sport and well-being practices.

Camille Teste

Camille Teste

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The "Féminisme aux risques du sport" issue

When the Olympic flame will lights up the skies over Paris for the 2024 Games, five generations of sportswomen will have had the right to take part in these symbolic events, a right won from the men who hold the keys to Games, to sports, to sporting movement and its many stakeholders. At the 1900 Paris Games, women were allowed to compete in just five sports for the first time, but for the 2024 Games, the Paris 2024 Organising Committee is committed to gender equality in sport.

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