Tervetuloa kuuntelemaan luentoa 12.5. perhesuhteista ja syntyvyyden laskusta Ukrainassa


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.


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