Dr. Ania Tizziani (CONICET)

Dr. Ania Tizziani, CONICET, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento

Dr Tizziani graduated in Sociology from the University of Buenos Aires, then gained her PhD in sociology from the University of Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne. Since 2009 she has worked as a researcher at CONICET, based at the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. As a researcher she is associated with the project LATINASSIT: “Oferta institucional y lógicas de los actores: mujeres asistidas en seis metrópolis latinoamericanas,” developed by the University of Paris 1 and the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (France).
Her current research topics are geared towards women’s work, including unpaid, precarious and informal domestic work, and inequality.

Recent articles:

  • TIZZIANI, Ania (2011), “El servicio doméstico en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. De la movilidad ocupacional a las condiciones de trabajo”, Revista Trabajo y Sociedad, Nro 17, vol. XV, Invierno (accessible at: www.unse.edu.ar/trabajoysociedad).
  • TIZZIANI, Ania (2011), “Estrategias sindicales e iniciativas estatales en el sector del servicio doméstico en la ciudad de Buenos Aires: el impulso y sus límites”,  Revista Sociedade e Cultura, Universidade Federal de Goiás, (forthcoming).
  • TIZZIANI, Ania (2011), “Entre travail «formel» et «informel»: la législation du travail et sa mise en pratique dans le secteur de l’emploi domestique à la ville de Buenos Aires”, Revue Les Mondes du Travail – Université de Picardie Jules Verne, n° 9, otoño 2011 (pp. 89-104), Amiens.
  • TIZZIANI, Ania (2010), “Hiérarchisation et protection sociale en Argentine : le cas des employées domestiques”, in Sabatier B., Lopez X., Mariani A., Gallas A. (coord.), Inégalités et informalités dans les Amériques, Papiers de l’axe TVME, MSH-Toulouse (pp. 96-103).

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