Anne MARCELLINI is a sport sociologist specialized in adapted physical activities and health. She’s Professor at the Faculty of Social and Politic Sciences at Lausanne University, Switzerland. Previously she worked as Professor of Sport Sociology and Director of the Research Unit « Health, Education and Disabling Situations » at Montpellier University, France. Her research focuses on the social participation of people with disabilities in connection with issues linking the body, identity, stigma and social integration process. She has notably written Des vies en fauteuil: Usages du sport dans les processus de déstigmatisation et d’intégration sociale [Lives in wheelchairs : sports as a means of destigmatisation and social integration] (Ed. EHESP, 2005), and has directed in collaboration with Gaël Villoing Corps, Sport, Handicaps (Tome 2). Le mouvement handisport au XXIème siècle : lectures sociologiques [Body, Sport, Disability (Vol. 2). The disability sport movement in the 21th century: Sociological approach] (Ed. Téraèdre, 2014).