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Yukun Hu

Associate Professor,  PhD Supervisor

         Dr. Yukun Hu is an associate professor at IPR. She is also an adjunct associate professor at Griffith University of Australia, an international expert of WHO, gender consultant of UNFPA China, and board member of the Population Society of China. She was a gender specialist for a couple of international development agencies and sponsored by some international organizations to attend a series of international conferences abroad regarding women’s development as well as health and development. Her main areas of interest include: Gender & Development: Theories and Practices; Population, Natural Resource Management and the Environment in Rural China; Reproductive Health and Rights; Rural Women’s Development, and Qualitative Research Method, etc. She received professional training in social theories, methodologies and policy advocacy of public health in Australia in 1994 and obtained her PhD in Women’s Studies from Clark University, USA. Her dissertation From “Man Can Conquer Nature” to “Rebuild Beautiful Landscapes”: Gender, Natural Resource Management and the Chinese State in an Inner Mongolia Village, examines the environmental changes from gender perspective in a village over half a century. She has to date published dozens of essays, and translated many journal articles as well as two books from English into Chinese, which include Ellen R. Judd (1994) Gender and Power in Rural North China and Laurel Bossen (2002) Chinese Women and Rural Development: Sixty Years of Change in Lu Village.

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