Fertility and Reproduction Seminars: 2020

                                         Low Fertility Variation at Sub-National Levels:

                       Historical, Demographic, and Anthropological Perspectives

Hilary Term 2020

11:00 am – 12:30 pm, Seminar Room, 64 Banbury Road

Week 1          Heidi Härkönen, University of Helsinki

20 Jan         Gendered Fertility: Reproductive Aspirations and Practices in Contemporary Havana

Week 2          Cristina Pérez, University College, London

27 Jan         No Pressure? A Comparative Analysis of the Gendered Pathways to

                    Childlessness in Colombia

Week 3          Shibei Ni, University of Southampton

3 Feb           Negotiations between Gender and Career upon Parenthood in Contemporary China

Week 4          Brienna Perelli-Harris and Natalia Permyakova, University of Southampton

10 Feb         Fertility Recuperation in a Very Low Fertility Society: Political and Economic

                    Attitudes, Technology, and Second Births in Ukraine

Week 5         Alexandre Avdeev, University Paris, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and

17 Feb          Irina Troitskaya, Lomonosov Moscow State University

                     The Place of the First Birth in the Strategy of Family Formation in Contemporary Russia

Week 6         Alice Reid, Hannaliis Jaadla and Eilidh Garrett, The Cambridge Group for

24 Feb        the History of Population and Social Structure, University of Cambridge

                   Continuity and Change in Geographical Patterns in UK Fertility: the Case of London

Week 7         Stephanie Thiehoff, Southampton University

2 Mar          Reflecting on the Past: Long-term Spatial Persistence of Fertility Behaviour from

                   the First to the Second Demographic Transition in England and Wales

Week 8         Nicholas Campisi, St Andrews University, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

9 Mar         A Spatial Approach to European Fertility Trends

Convened by           Yuliya Hilevych                                   Philip Kreager

                              Cambridge University                           Director, FRSG

                                                                                           Oxford University

Terracotta altar of three fertility goddesses, Museo Archeologico Regionale di Gela, circa 500 BCE

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