Emeritus Professor Terence H Hull

BA (Miami), MA (Hawaii), PhD (ANU)
Emeritus Professor, School of Demography
T: +61 2 62517157

Areas of expertise

  • Demography 1603
  • Reproduction 111404
  • Fertility 160302
  • Population Trends And Policies 160305
  • Family And Household Studies 160301
  • Public Health And Health Services 1117
  • Health Policy 160508
  • Culture, Gender, Sexuality 200205

Research interests

Asian Censuses and Population Estimates

Reproductive and Sexual Health

Maternal Mortality

Indonesian Demography

History of Australian Census

 

Biography

Terence (Terry) Hull is Emeritus Professor of Demography at The Australian National University. He was   President of the Asian Population Association for the period 2013-2015 and from 2015-2018 serves on the APA Council as the Immediate Past President. Since 2001 he has been on the International Steering Committee of the biennial Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights. 

Before retirement in 2013 he was Professor of Demography in the Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute (ADSRI -- now the School of Demography) and Adjunct Professor of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH). In the latter position, he held the JC Caldwell Chair in Population, Health and Development. In his position as Emeritus Professor he is attached to the School of Demography in the Research School of Social Sciences, the College of Arts and Social Sciences. 

 

Researcher's projects

Studies of sample vital registration, assessment of the coverage of civil registration and the validity of cause of death recording in Indonesia.

Maternal Mortality and Reproductive Health in Asia. 

Indonesian Population Census 2010 URL: http://adsri.anu.edu.au/people/terry_files/index.php 

Young Adults in Jakarta: Gender and Sexuality in Southeast Asia

Abortion in Indonesia and Iran

Publications

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