Anna Di Bartolomeo holds a Ph.D. in Demography from the University of Rome “Sapienza”. She was also educated at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock and the Institute National d’Etudes Démographiques in Paris.
She is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice for the DomEqual Project after working at the Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute as a Research Fellow.
Her research interests embrace domestic work; gender and migration; immigrants’ children and education; the integration of migrants.
Her recent publications include “Analysis of the Impact of Countries of Origin on Migrant Integration – Success or Failure?” (with Kalantaryan S., Salomonska J., Fargues P., eds.), Springer International Publishing (2017); “Migrant Women’s Employment in Paid Reproductive Work through the Crisis. the Case of Italy (2007-2012)” (with Marchetti S.), Investigaciones Feministas, Vol.53/7: 53-71, (2016); “The labour market insertion of immigrants into Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom: similarities and differences and the Southern European model of migration” (with Gabrielli G., Strozza S.), in “Migration in the Mediterranean. Socio-Economic Perspectives”, Ambrosetti E., Strangio D., Wihtol de Wenden C. (eds.), Routledge Studies in the European Economy, London, Routledge: 57-84 (2016).