Timea completed a BA Hons (First Class) in Politics and MRes (Distinction) in Public Policy on an Academic Excellence Scholarship at the University of East Anglia. Her previous research has explored the sociological consequences of hormonal contraceptive use among young women, the socio-political construction of motherhood, and the relationships between nationalistic sentiments and parenting values.
Prior to her DPhil studies, Timea worked as a Research Associate on the joint project, 'The European Commission: Facing the Future' organized by Sciences Po and the University of East Anglia. She has also contributed as a Data Analyst for the Eating Disorder Charity Beat's "Transitions Project".
Alongside her academic interests, Timea assists as a Graduate Editor at the demography blog OpenPop.org, and is the deparment's elected Student Representative. Timea is also a keen, but tragically amateur, chef.
Timea's research concentrates on the sociological consequences of "Smaller Family Trends" among low fertility Central Eastern European countries. Her DPhil research explores the micro-level demographic mechanisms shaping fertility preferences among low parity Serbian parents.
Timea Suli's key areas of research focus are (click to expand):
- Family Policy
- Fertility Decline
- Sexual Health
- Gender and Parenting