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Irina Culic, Profesor Universitar

PhD Sociology

 

Facultatea de sociologie si asistenta sociala

Bd. 21 Decembrie 1989 nr. 128
400604 Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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http://socasis.ubbcluj.ro/urbanblog/

http://www.cambridge.org/us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521291644

http://socasis.ubbcluj.ro/metodologie/


research and interests

sociology of the state

citizenship and nationhood

international migration

class/ power

sociology of the subject

social epistemologies

 

recent articles

Culic, Irina. 2010. "State of Imagination: Embodiments of Immigration Canada." The Sociological Review, Vol. 58 (3), pp. 343-360.

Culic, Irina. 2010. "Autobiography as Ethnography. Doing Fieldwork at Home Away." Studia Sociologia, Vol. 55 (2), pp. 195-206.

Culic, Irina. 2009. "Dual Citizenship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe." WP 15, Institute for Research in National Minorities, Government of Romania.

Culic, Irina. 2008 “Eluding Exit and Entry Controls: Romanian and Moldovan Immigrants in the European Union.” East European Politics and Societies, Vol. 22 (1), pp. 145-170.

Culic, Irina. 2006 “Dilemmas of Belonging: Hungarians from Romania.” Nationalities Papers, Vol. 34 (2), May 2006, pp. 175-200.

Culic, Irina. 2006 “From Amateur Revolutionaries to Professional Politicians: The Transformation of the Romanian Political Elite, 1990-2004”, International Journal of Sociology, Vol. 36 (1), pp. 70-93.

Culic, Irina. 2005 “Re-writing the History of Romania after the Fall of Communism”,History Compass, Vol. 3, July 2005, pp. 1–21.

Culic, Irina. 2005 “Social Actors in a Political Game. The Romanian Political Elite and Democratization”, Romanian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 5 (1), Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 75-110.

Culic, Irina. 2005 “Magyarság Erdélyben: a mienk, az övék, senkié? Avagy hogyan értelmezzük a kettős álam-polgárságról szóló népszavazást és a hozzá kapcsolódó reackziókat?” (Transylvanian Hungarians: Ours, Theirs, Nobody’s, or How to Understand the Results of the Double Citizenship Referendum in Hungary and the Reaction to It), Erdelyi Tarsadalom, Vol. 3 (1), Spring 2005, pp. 97-127.

Culic, Irina. 2003 “State Building and Constitution Writing in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989”, Regio, Vol. 3, pp. 38-58.

Culic, Irina. 2002 “Vidék és főváros. A román állam és a regionalizáció problematikája” (Capital and Province. The Romanian State and Regionalization), Regio, Vol. 13 (1), pp. 45-68.

books

Culic, Irina. 2004. Metode avansate în cercetarea socială. Analiza multivariată de interdependență (Advanced Methods in Social Research. Interdependent Multivariate Analysis). Iași: Polirom.


Culic, Irina. 2002. Câștigătorii. Elita politică și democratizare în Romania, 1989-2000 (The Winners. Political Elite and Democratization in Romania, 1989-2000), Cluj-Napoca: Editura Limes.

Culic, Irina., Horváth I., Lazăr M. 2000. Ethnobarometer. Interethnic Relations in Post-Communist Romania. Cluj-Napoca: CCRIT.

Culic, Irina, Horváth István, Stan, Cristian (eds). 1999, Reflecții asupra diferenței. Cluj & Antwerp: ISIS & Limes.

Culic, Irina, Horváth István, Stan, Cristian (eds). 1999, Reflections on Differences. Antwerp: ISIS.

Rotariu, Traian, Bădescu, Gabriel, Culic, Irina, Mezei, Elemer, Mureșan, Cornelia. 1999. Metode statistice aplicate in științele sociale. Iași: Polirom. Ediția a doua 2006.

recent conferences

2011 "The Variability of Belonging and the Elasticity of Borders." Presentation at the Global Cafe Seminar Series at the Institute for Public Knowledge, New York University, 26 October 2011.

2011 "Making Ethnicity through Immigration: Romanian Immigrants in Canada." Paper presented at the ASA 106th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, 20-23 August 2011.

2011 "Between States and Spaces: The Making of Ethnicity through Migration." Paper presented at the ASN 16th Annual World Convention, Columbia University, New York, 14-16 April 2011.

2010 "State of Imagination: Embodiments of Immigration Canada." Paper presented at the EASA 11th Biennial Conference, Maynooth, Ireland, 24-27 August 2010.

2010 "Citizenship as Subject-Making: Becoming a Dual Citizen in Eastern Europe." Paper presented at the ASA 105th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 14-17 August 2010.

2010 “Immigrating Ethnicity: The Multi-Layered Performance of Romanianness in Canada.” Paper presented at the ASN 15th Annual World Convention, Columbia University, New York, 15-17 April 2010.

2009 “Building the State through the Nation: Dual Citizenship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe.” Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon, 2-5 September 2009.

2009 “Rescaling the State in International Migration: Reflexive Selves and External Populations.“ Paper presented at the ASA 104th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 8-11 August 2009.

2009 “The 'Romanianness' of Moldovans: History, Practices, and Institutions.” Paper presented at the ASN 14th Annual World Convention, Columbia University, New York, 23-25 April 2009.

2009 “State of Imagination: Embodiments of Immigration Canada.” Paper presented at the International Workshop “State, Power, and the Politics of Space”, New Europe College, Bucharest, 2 February 2009.

2008 “Citizenship Policies in Twenty Central and East European Countries, and the Problematique of National Minorities.” Paper presented at the international conference 140 Years of Legislation on Minorities in CEE, organised by the Institute for Research on National Minorities and the Faculty of History, “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Cluj, 11-12 December 2008.


2008 “Practices, Social Assemblages, and Their Effects: The Europeanisation of ‘Babeş-Bolyai’ University.” Paper presented at the colloquium Europeanisation: Concepts, Institutional Practices, Representations, organised by the Institute of Sociology of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, 9 October 2008.

2008 “The Making of Subjects: States’ External Populations.” Paper presented at the First Sociology Forum, International Sociological Association, Barcelona, 5-8 September 2008.

2008 “Immigration Policies on Field: Canadian State's Impact on Potential (Im)migrants in Romania.” Paper presented at the IIS Conference, Central European University, Budapest, 26-30 June 2008.

2008 “Citizenship as Subject-Making: Becoming a Dual Citizen in Eastern Europe.” Paper presented at the ASN 13th Annual World Convention, Columbia University, New York, 10-12 April 2008.


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