Kerstin Duemmler, Dr.

Ritratto Kerstin Duemmler

Kerstin Duemmler is a sociologist and holds a doctorate in humanities and social sciences. At SFUVET she works as a Senior Lecturer in Sociology in the MSc for Vocational Education and Training and as a Senior Researcher in the research field of Occupational Identity and Diversity. Her areas of interest are occupational identity development, working and training conditions of apprentices, social inequality, migration and gender. She has many years of experience in planning and conducting qualitative and quantitative research and in transferring research findings into practice.

Esperienza professionale
  • Since 2017: Senior Lecturer Sociology, MSc in Vocational Education and Training, SFUVET, Zollikofen
  • Since 2013: Senior Researcher, research field of Occupational Identity and Diversity, SFUVET, Lausanne
  • 2012-2013: Senior Researcher, Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences (FORS), University of Lausanne
  • 2011: Visiting Research fellow, Center for research on nationalism, ethnicity and multiculturalism (CRONEM), University of Roehampton, London
  • 2007-2010: Research fellow (SNF, NRP 58), Center for the Understanding of Social Processes (MAPS), University of Neuchâtel
  • 2006-2007: Research fellow and teaching associate, Faculty of Education and Social Science, University of Technology Dresden, Germany
Formazione
  • 2012: Dr in human and social sciences – transnational studies (summa cum laude), Faculty of Humanities, University of Neuchâtel
  • 2000-2006: Diploma in Sociology (Master), Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, University of Technology Dresden (Germany)
Esperienza d'insegnamento
  • Since 2017: Senior Lecturer Sociology, MSc in Vocational Education and Training, SFUVET, Zollikofen
  • 2015-2021: Module « Relations between schools and the world of work» FORDIF, SFUVET Lausanne  (with Lorenzo Bonoli)
  • 2014-2017: Specific intervention, MSc in Vocational Education and Training, SFUVET, Issues: qualitative methods, migration
  •  2007-2017: Specific interventions in the courses of Prof. Janine Dahinden (University of Neuchâtel), Issues: qualitative methods, migration
  • 2006-2007: Seminar: ‘Introduction to theories of socialisation’ (educational science BA level, teacher education upper secondary education), Faculty of Education and Social Science, University of Technology Dresden, Germany
Aree di expertise
  • Occupationl Identity and Socialisation
  • Occupational Prestige
  • Vocational Training and Work Conditions
  • Migration and Ethnicity
  • Stigmatisation
  • Social Inequality
Progetti
Pubblicazioni
Transfer nella pratica
Presentazioni
Mandati/Partecipazioni
  • Member of the Swiss Sociological Association (SSS)
  • Member of the Sociology of Education Research Network (Swiss Sociological Association)