Giulia Maria Dotti Sani holds a PhD in Sociology and Social Research from the University of Trento and an MA with distinction in Social Sciences from the university of Milan.
Her main research areas are sociology of the family, female and maternal employment and social stratification. During the past year, she has focused extensively on gender socialization processes and on the development of attitudes towards gender roles. She also has an interest in the making of political inequalities within and between European households and in the relation between social and political inequalities.
Her methodological skills include time budget analysis, and multilevel and panel modeling; she is specialized in the management and analyses of large household longitudinal and cross-sectional datasets (e.g. EU-SILC, ESS, ISTAT Household Survey).
Her work appears in international peer reviewed journals such as the European Sociological Review, the Journal of Marriage and Family, Sex Roles and the European Journal of Political Research.
Giulia has several years of teaching experience in quantitative methods at the master and PhD level and she enjoys teaching students who have no previous knowledge of data analyses or statistics.
During her stay at the EUI as a Max Weber Fellow, she will complete her monograph on time spent on domestic work in Italy. Moreover, she plans to pursue further her research on the development of gender roles and on social stratification in women’s career opportunities and work-family arrangements.