Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Lecture From the Soviet periphery to the EU periphery-Social change and regional inequalities in post-socialist Hungary

Thu, October 25, 2007 | Chicano Culture Room, Texas Union 4.206

5:15 PM

Dr. László J. Kulcsár is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Director of the Kansas Population Center. His field of expertise is social demography and regional development, with a particular emphasis on migration and spatial inequalities. Dr. Kulcsár does research on the links between population dynamics and social change, including counterurbanization and the transforming rural landscape in post-industrial countries. He also studies the social and demographic transformation of Eastern Europe from a historical perspective, with a particular emphasis on the post-socialist period. Dr. Kulcsár teaches courses on social and spatial inequalities, population dynamics, immigration and sociological methodology.

Sponsored by: Big XII Fellowship Program, Population Research Center, CREEES

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