Director of Studies | Associate senior lecturer
I have a PhD in Sociology and graduated from Lund University in 2012. In my dissertation "Family Meal paradoxes" I studied family meals from a family practice perspective, looking in particualar at intersections of class and gender. I was recruited to the Department of Gender Studies in 2019 after having worked as a teacher and researcher in sociology both at Lund University and Linnaéus University.
- Work and care
- Research on family and close relationships
- Welfare state changes and inequalities
- Qualitative methods
Ongoing research and teaching
I am currently involved in two different research projects, both together with Sara Eldén, Department of Sociology, Lund University. In the project "Intergenerational care in Sweden. A study of relationships, commitments, and practices of care in everyday family life" we study care relations between generations in today's Sweden with a particular focus on different forms of inequalities and changes in the welfare state (VR 2018-01053).
In the other project "Care for children in an era of private market services: A study of nannies, children and parents" (RJ P13-0603:1), we have focused on the growing private child care market in Sweden (nannies and au pairs) and the effects it has had for the doing of family. I have also worked as a researcher in Christine Roman's (Örebro University) and Åsa Lundqvist's (Lund University) research project ”Lone Mothers and Long Hours. Gender and work in a new welfare regime”.
I teach and supervise on all different levels and I am also the Director of Studies.
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Terese Anving has a PhD in Sociology and is an Associate Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies. She is the Director of studies and the Programme Director for the Bachelor Programme in Gender Studies.
- "Intergenerational care in Sweden. A study of relationships, commitments, and practices of care in everyday family life" (Funded by the Swedish Research Council, VR 2018-01053)
- ”Care for children in an era of private market services: A study of nannies, children and parents” (Funded by the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences, RJ P13-0603:1)