Tervetuloa kuuntelemaan luentoa 12.5. perhesuhteista ja syntyvyyden laskusta Ukrainassa

3.5.2017

Sosiaalihistorioitsija Yuliya Hilevych luennoi aiheesta: Family, relations and reproduction: individual experiences of Ukraine's post-WWII fertility decline.

Perjantaina 12.5.2017, kello 14–16, Helsingin yliopiston, Valtiotieteellinen tiedekunta, Unioninkatu 37, sh. 4.

Yuliya Hilevych is a sociologists working at the intersection of anthropology, demography, history, and policy with a particular focus on reproduction, family, and social relations. Her PhD dissertation (2016) examined the role of family relationships in individual reproductive decision-making in Soviet Ukraine. Recently, Yuliya co-coordinated a project on Dutch birth mothers experiences of forced adoption in the Netherlands during 1956-1984, conducted at Radboud University Nijmegen for the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice. Currently, Yuliya works as a post-doctoral researcher at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute on a UN-funded project ‘Resource Flows’ examining financial expenditures and aid activities for family planning worldwide. Yuliya is also a visiting researcher at Radboud University Nijmegen where she finalizes several publications on reproductive politics and practices in Western and Eastern Europe during the Cold War.

http://www.ru.nl/historicaldemography/staff/researchers/yuliya-hilevych/

Tilaisuuden järjestävät Väestöliiton Väestöntutkimuslaitos ja Helsingin yliopiston Talous- ja sosiaalihistorian oppiaine

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