Lecture From the Soviet periphery to the EU periphery-Social change and regional inequalities in post-socialist Hungary
Thu, October 25, 2007 • 5:15 PM • Chicano Culture Room, Texas Union 4.206
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.