Tina Miller's research and teaching interests include motherhood and fatherhood transitions, constructions of gender and identities, masculinities, reproductive health, narratives, qualitative research methods and ethics and she has published in these areas.
Tina has lived and worked in the Solomon Islands and Bangladesh as well as Oxford and has a particular interest in cultural dimensions and the situated nature of everyday experiences. Tina has been engaged as an expert advisor by the World Health Organisation (Geneva), think tanks and political parties in the UK and presented her work at UNICEF headquarters (New York) as well as in Australia, India and Argentina.
She regularly participates in TV and radio programmes in relation to her research and publications on motherhood and fatherhood and was recently selected from over 2000 entrants to attend the BBC's inaugral traning scheme for female experts.
Tina has recently completed a British Academy funded project on 'Men, work and family life: A comparison of men's work/family reconciliations in the UK and Italy'. She is currently undertaking further data collection for her two longitudinal studies 'Making Sense of Motherhood' and 'Making Sense of Fatherhood'.