Terence H. Hull is Emeritus Professor of Demography and was until recently the JC Caldwell Chair in Population, Health and Development at the Australian National University, where for 42 years he has undertaken research across a wide range of population fields including reproductive health, indirect analysis of vital rates, population dynamics, sexuality, and analysis of marriage and parenting. With Valerie J. Hull he carried out numerous village studies in Indonesia and Fiji. His PhD supervisor was the late Professor Masri Singarimbun, for whom he worked during the 1970s to establish research and training programs at Gadjah Mada University. In the 1980s he managed the International Population Dynamics Program that included numerous projects in China, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Cambodia. From 1993-96 he worked on secondment in the School of Public Health of the University of Indonesia. He has been an active lecturer, and regularly participates in conferences of the IUSSP, the Population Association of America, and the Australian Population Association, of all of which he is a long time member. He has been on the International Steering Committee of all six Asia Pacific Conferences of Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights, and has assisted in drafting the Conference declarations.
|Country(s) of nationality||Australia, USA|
|Country of residence||Australia|
|Mailing address||6 Gurnai Place
Aranda, ACT, 2614, Australia
|Telephone (Home)||+61 2 62517157|
|Telephone (Office)||+61 2 61250527|
|Institution:||The Australian National University|
|Current employment/position||Adjunct Professor, ADSRI, ANU|
1. Professor of Demography
2. concurrently JC Caldwell Professor of Population, Health and Development
3. Senior Fellow of Demography
Other honorary or professional positions
1. Former Chair of Board of ICDDRB, Bangladesh
2. Former President, Sexual Health and Family Planning, Australian Capital Territory
3. Former President, Australian Population Association
1. Terence H. Hull. 2012. ―Indonesia‘s Demographic Mosaic‖ Chapter 12 pp. 195-210, in Hans Groth and Alfonso Sousa-Poza (eds.). Population Dynamics in Muslim Countries – Assembling the Jigsaw. ISBN 978-3-642-27880-8.
2. Terence H. Hull and Ninuk Widyantoro. 2010. ―Abortion and Politics in Indonesia‖. In Andrea Whittaker (ed). Abortion in Asia: Local dilemmas, global politics. New York: Berghahn Books. Chapter 8: 175-198. ISBN: 978-1-84545-734-1.
3. Gavin W. Jones, Terence H. Hull and Maznah Mohamad (eds). 2011. Changing Marriage Patterns in Southeast Asia: Economic and Socio-Cultural Dimensions. London: Routledge.
4. Terence H. Hull. 2009. ―Caught in Transit: questions about the future of Indonesian fertility‖. Pp. 375-388. Completing the Fertility Transition. Population Bulletin of the United Nations, Special Issue Nos. 48/49, 2002. New York: United Nations publication, Sales No. E.02.XIII.15.
5. Terence H. Hull and Henry Mosley. 2009. Revitalization of Family Planning in Indonesia. Jakarta: The Government of Indonesia and United Nations Population Fund.
6. Terence H. Hull. 2007. ―The Strange History and Problematic Future of the Australian Census‖. Journal of Population Research. 24 (1): 1-22. ISSN 1443-2447. http://www.springerlink.com/content/u17l11273g700226/fulltext.pdf
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