Anna Rosińska

Sociologist of household and care work.

She works at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, Italy, within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship financed by the European Commission. She conducts research on the position of white, non-migrant workers in the household work sector in the United States and Italy, as well as on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on household and care work. She collaborates with the Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw.

She studied the household work sectors in Italy, Poland and USA. Author of the book „(U)sługi domowe. Przemiany relacji społecznych w płatnej pracy domowej” about the work of babysitters, carers for elderly people and cleaners in post-war Poland (2016, Wydawnictwo UMK, as Anna Kordasiewicz). With A.Radziwinowiczówna and W.Kloc-Nowak she co-authored the book „Ethnomorality of care. Migrants and their aging parents” (2018, Routledge).

She runs a Facebook page about the research on household and care work.

In the studies of care and household work she is interested in social relationships, reproducing, perpetuating and constructing inequalities, the intersectional perspective and workers’ activism of marginalized groups on the job market.