I am Associate Professor (permanent) at the Department of Sociology of Trinity College Dublin. I am also Head of Department (Sociology) and College Fellow at Trinity College Dublin.

My research activities are located in social stratification research, family research, social demography, quantitative social research methodology, longitudinal and cross-national research, as well as digital sociology and digital social research. My work is published in peer-review journals and books.

My teaching portfolio covers various topics in life course sociology and quantitative social research methodology (introductory and advanced level). I deliver teaching to undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students. I also provide workshops on advanced quantitative methods to professional audiences.


Research Handbook on Digital Sociology
Edited by Jan Skopek

Exploring the social implications of digital transformation, as well as demonstrating how we might use digital transformation to further sociological knowledge, this incisive Handbook provides an extensive overview of cutting-edge research on the digital turn of modern society. Open-access chapters available.
Find the book here!