I am currently working at the University of Southampton on the ESRC Centre for Population Change/Connecting Generations project “Work-life balance, employment and caring responsibilities” exploring intergenerational relationships using the Mass Observation Archive records. Previously, I have taught research methods and developed the curriculum at the Department of Gerontology and the Centre for Research on Ageing where I am currently based as Teaching Fellow. I first joined the University of Southampton in 2019 as Research Fellow on the project ‘Transnational healthcare and wellbeing among Polish migrants in the UK’.
Before that, I taught within the Social Sciences at The University of Manchester, and the University of St Andrews where I obtained a PhD in Social Anthropology in 2019 with the thesis ‘Building Belize City: Autonomy, Skill and Mobility amongst Belizean and Central American construction workers.’ I obtained an MA in Anthropological Research from The University of Manchester and a BA in Anthropological Sciences from the University of Bologna.
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