Anna Fejős

Anna Fejős
Download CV Junior Research Fellow (MTA TK SZI)
Research Interests

Social inclusion, participation, equal opportunities.
Roma communities, vulnerable social groups and intersectionality.
Qualitative methodologies, life stories and professional trajectories.
Welfare-states and family policies in Eastern Europe.

Selected Publications

Durst, J., Fejős, A., & Nyírő, Z. (2014). “I always felt the odd one out”: Work-life balance among graduate Romani women in Hungary. Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, 59(1), 165-190. doi:10.1556/aethn.59.2014.1.8

Fejős, A., Kállai, E., & Máté, D. (2015). Az iskolai teljesítmény és a helyi társadalmi viszonyok összefüggései Nagykörűben.  REGIO. Kisebbség, Politika, Társadalom / REGION. Minorities, Politics, Society, 23(4), 153-192.

Durst, J., Fejős, A., & Nyírő, Z. (2016). „Másoknak ez munka, nekem szívügyem” Az etnicitás szerepe a diplomás roma nők munka-család konstrukcióinak alakulásában. Socio.hu, 2. doi:10.18030/socio.hu. 2016.2.198

Fejős Anna (2018): Ki tanít? Roma pedagógusok vidéki oktatási terekben. Belvedere Meridionale 30. évf. 3. sz. 5–32. pp. 

Research Projects

Comparative analysis of welfare states in the Eastern Europe. HAS Institute of Sociology, research fellow, ongoing. Principal researcher: Dorottya Szikra.

Claiming Space: The case of High Skilled Roma in Majority Dominated Professions in Hungary. (working title) Doctoral research, Bremen Graduate School of Social Sciences, ongoing. Supervisors: Olaf Groh-Samberg (BIGSSS), Viola Zentai (CEU), Margrit E. Kaufmann (Universität Bremen)

Mapping the local, educational and inter-ethnic relations of settlements in Nógrád County. Research fellow, HAS Institute of Minority Studies, 2017. Principal researcher: Ernő Kállai.

Resilient schools in Central Hungary. Research fellow, HAS Institute of Minority Studies, 2015. Principal researchers: Attila Papp Z., Ernő Kállai.

Highly skilled Roma women, social mobility, carrier trajectories and childbearing, 2013 – 2015. Principal researcher: Judit Durst. Ethnic and professional identity-construction of highly skilled young Roma women. Thesis. Supervisors: Éva Fodor, Judit Durst.

Constructing (M)otherhood in the Bag Gypsy Colony. Teenage motherhood, segregated community, ethnicity. Thesis research, ELTE, 2011. Supervisor: Júlia Vajda.

The public acceptance of suspended sentences and probation. Internship research, 2010, The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), Amsterdam. Kutatásvezető: Henk Elffers

 Angelusz Róbert Advanced College’s student-led researchers and coursework between 2008-2011.