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Sorin Gog, Lector Univ. dr.


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Bd. 21 Decembrie, 1989, Nr. 126-130
400604 Cluj-Napoca

CURSURI ŞI ARII DE SPECIALITATE

Teorii sociale
Introducere în sociologie
Antropologie simbolica
Secular and religious identities among the Roma from Central and Eastern Europe

Arii de specialitate:
Teorii sociale, Sociologia şi antropologia religiei, Teoriile sociologice ale secularizării, Antropologia trupului şi a morţii


Limba de predare: română

 

PUBLICAŢII

Gog, Sorin  - The “New Heavenly Citizenship”: Gypsiness and the Pentecostal Ethno-politics of Identity in " Does East Go West? Anthropological Pathways Through Postsocialim", ed. C. Giordano, F. Ruegg and A. Boscoboinik  A., LIT Verlag (Muster, Berlin), 2014, pp., 197-217


Gog, Sorin – Atheism, Rational Choice Theory of Religion and the Issue of Emergent Secularization in Post-communist Romania, NEC Yearbook, 2011-2012


Gog, Sorin (with Herzeliu Claudiu) – Religia in societatea romaneasca [Religion in the Romanian Society] in Rotariu Traian si Voineagu Vergil (coord.) Inertie si schimbare: dimensiuni sociale ale tranzitiei in Romania, Ed. Polirom, 2012, Iasi, pp.335-360


Gog, Sorin (with Roth, Maria) – The Roma People of Romania , in “Blackwell Companion to Religion and Social Justice” Eds. Michael Palmer and Stanley Burgess, eds. Oxford : Blackwell (forthcoming in 2010)


Gog, Sorin – Governmentalizing ultimate world-views: the issue of atheist and religious education in Romania , in Lee, Lois (ed.) - “Modernities Revisited: Boundaries And Representations” Volume XIX – IWM, Vienna , (forthcoming in 2010)

Gog, Sorin - Post-socialist religious pluralism: how do religious conversions of Roma fit into the wider landscape? From global to local perspectives, Transitions, Geneve, 2008

Gog, Sorin - Cemeteries and Dying in a Multi-religious and Multi-ethnic Village from the Danube Delta, Working Papers in Romanian Minority Studies, ISSN 1844 – 5489, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2008, pp 1-20, 20

Gog, Sorin- Roma áttérések: pünkösdizmus és az identitás új narratívái, Regio, Budapest, 2008, pp 50-75 { English translation: Religious conversions among Rroma: Pentecostalism and the new narratives of identity}


Gog, Sorin – Aspects of Religious Conversion among Rroma, in Boscoboinik, Andrea - Roma's identities in Southeast Europe, Ethnobarometer, Rome, Italy, 2008, pp 56-72


Gog, Sorin - The institutionalization of confessional education: religious values in the neo-protestant high-schools, Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Sociologia, Issue 2, 2007, pp 77-89


Gog, Sorin - Ateizmus után. Románia a vallási újjászületés és szekularizáció között. Erdélyi Társadalom 2007/1, pp 51-64 { English translation: After Atheism. Romania between religious revival and secularization.}


Gog, Sorin - Religie şi strategii identitare la populaţia de etnie rromă, în Luminita Botosineanu, Elena Danila, Cecilia Holban, Ofelia Ichim (ed.) Români majoritari/români minoritari: interferenţe şi coabitări lingvistice, literare şi etnologice, Iaşi, Editura Alfa, 2007, pp 761-772 { English translation: Relgion and identity strategies among the Roma}

Gog, Sorin - Individualizarea experienţei religioase si erodarea funcţiilor eclesiale în România post-socialistă în Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review, Editura Nemira, 2007, vol. VII, nr. 3, 2007, pp. 791-801.

Gog, Sorin - Raţionalizarea sferelor de valori şi problema dezvrăjirii lumii la Max Weber, ORMA. Revistă de studii etnologice şi istorico-religioase, Nr. 6, 2007, pp. 26 – 54.

Gog, Sorin - Patterns of religiosity in the Romanian Society, in Revay Edit, Miklos Tomka - Eastern European Religion - Pazmany Tarsadalomtudomany, Budapest Piliscsaba, 2006, pp. 183-202.

Gog, Sorin - The construction of the religious space in post-socialist Romania, Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies (ISI journal), Vol. 15, Issue 3, 2006, pp. 37-53.

Gog, Sorin - Morality and Religion in Europe, Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Sociologia, Issue 1, 2006, 2006, pp. 110-136.


Editor of journals (special issues):

Gog, Sorin with Mălina Voicu and László Fosztó - "Twenty years after the fall of official atheism. The contemporary Romanian Religious Landscape". Studia Sociologia, Vol. 54(2), 2009

Gog, Sorin - Religion in Contemporary Society. Sociological Approaches, Orma-Review of Ethnological and Historical-Religious Studies, Volume VII, 2007

 

Lucrări prezentate în cadrul unor conferinţe şi seminarii

Gog, Sorin –   “Social housing at the periphery of European Union: the neo-liberal genealogy of Roma/Gypsy ghettos” Paper presented at the ‘Housing in an Unequal World’ Conference organised by International Sociological Association, Research Committee 43, Univerisity of Illinois, Chicago, USA, September, 2015


Gog, Sorin –  “EU enlargement, neo-liberalism and advanced forms of marginality: the construction of a trans-national Roma Diaspora”, Paper presented at the ‘Utopias, Realities, Heritages. Ethnographies for the 21st century’ conference organised by International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF), Zagreb, Croatia, July, 2015


Gog, Sorin –  “Ghetto formation and religious resistance among the Roma”, Paper presented at the Remaking The Social. New Risks And Solidarities - 11th Annual Conference of the Romanian Society for Social and Cultural Anthropology (SASC), Cluj-Napoca, Romania, November, 2014


Gog, Sorin –  “Genealogies of spiritual empowerment: Roma communities facing the neo-liberal ghettoization of poverty”, European Association of Social Anthropologists biennial conference: Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution, EASA, Tallin, Estonia, July, 2014


Gog, Sorin –  “Marginality, bio-politics and the neo-liberal disempowerment of Roma: religious conversions to Pentecostalism and emerging narratives of social identity” Paper presented at the Brown Bag Seminars organized by Helsinki Collegium For Advanced Studies, Helsinki, Finland, May, 2013

 

Gog, Sorin –  The post-communist transition and the “Europeanization” of social inequality: the neo-liberal peripherialization of Roma in CEE countries, 6th Annual Seminar of the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (BGHS) - A New 'Social Question' or 'Crisis as Usual'? Historical and Sociological Perspectives on Inequalities, BGHS, Bielefeld, Germany, June, 2014

 

Gog, Sorin –  “The post-communist ghetto and underclass formations in Romania: (re)producing marginality and strategies of survival among Roma” The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences – “The Future with/of Anthropologies” JASCA, Tokio, Japan, May, 2014

 

Gog, Sorin –  “Advanced forms of marginality and emerging mechanisms of exclusion of Roma communities from Romania”, Second Conference of the LSEE Research Network on Social Cohesion “Post-crisis recovery in South Eastern Europe: policy challenges for social and economic inclusion”, London School of Economics, UK, March 2014

 

Gog, Sorin –  France “Marginality, bio-politics and the never-ending transition: the neo-liberal disempowerment of Roma in Eastern Europe” Paper presented Central and Eastern Europe: Work, Employment and Societies between Transition and Change organized by Université d Evry, France, November, 2013

 

Gog, Sorin – ‘Bio-Politics and the Neo-Liberal Exclusion of Roma: Resistance and Community-Building among the Evangelicals from Romania’ Paper presented The Gypsy Lore Society (GLS) Annual International Conference in Romani, Gypsy and Traveller Studies, The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, September, 2013

 

Gog, Sorin – “Second Class Citizenship in an EU Country: Marginalized Rroma and the Pentecostal Politics of Identity” , Paper presented at Central European University's Institute for Advanced Study, May, 2013

 

Gog, Sorin – “Secularization within Contemporary Orthodox Cultures: Eastern Christianity facing the Post-Communist Transformations”, Paper presented at the 12th Annual International Young Researchers Conference “Orthodox Christianity in Russia and Eastern Europe: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives”, Miami University, The Havighurst Center for Russian & Post-Soviet Studies, U.S.A, February, 2013

 

Gog, Sorin – “Pluralism and the Secularization of Death: Ethnic and Religious Minorities in post-communist Romania”, Paper presented at the “Issues of Cultural Diversity in Eastern Europe” conference organized by Fribourg University November, 2012

 

Gog, Sorin – “Theories of secularization and the issue of emergent post-communist religious and secular identites, Guest Lecture at Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia, February, 2012

 

Gog, Sorin – “After Atheism: Post-communist Romania and the Issue of Emergent European Secularization” Paper presented at Fellows Seminar as part of 10 months research grant at New Europe College, Bucharest Romania, November, 2011

 

Gog, Sorin – - “Orthodox Christianity and the Issue of Secularization: European Union and the Expansion towards East”, Paper presented at the Orthodox Christian Tradition and the Integration of Europe Conference, Leuwen, Belgium organized by The Nijmegen Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Netherlands, September, 2011

 

Gog, Sorin – Religious and Secular Meanings of Death among the Lipovenians from Romania. Paper presented at the Remaking The Social. New Risks And Solidarities - The First International Conference of the Society of Sociologists from Romania, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, December, 2010

 

Gog, Sorin – “Western religions and new modes of social embodiment in post-communist settings”. Paper presented at the “Does West goes East? The Future of Anthropology of Postsocialist Societies” - Festschrift Conference in honor of Christiano Giordano, Fribourg University, Switzerland, September, 2010

 

Gog, Sorin - “The New Heavenly Citizenship: Gypsiness and the Pentecostal politics of identity.” Paper presented at the “Emerging Social Structures and New Anthropologies” Conference organized by University College London, Central European University, Goldsmiths, University of London, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Babes-Bolyai University. The Confernce took place in Budapest, Hungary, July, 2010

 

Gog, Sorin - “Religious education as a counter-secularization strategy in contemporary Romania”, Paper presented at the “Modernities Revisited: Boundaries And Representations” Conference organized by the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna, Austria, June, 2010

 

Gog, Sorin - "The Europeanisation of Eastern Christianity: Secularisation in Post-Socialist Romania and Bulgaria", Paper presented at the “Seminar: Faces of Eastern Europe” at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna, Austria, May, 2010

 

Gog, Sorin - "Religious education as a counter-secularization strategy in contemporary Romania", Paper presented at the “Modernities Revisited: Boundaries And Representations” Conference organized by the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna, Austria, June, 2010


Gog, Sorin - "It would've been better for him not to be born at all”: religious conversion and dying in a post-socialist Lipovenian village", Paper presented at the "Framing Struggles: Critical Approaches To Anthropology And Sociology" Conference organized by Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Iunie 2008

Gog, Sorin - "The Politics of After-life: Cemeteries and Dying in a Multi-religious Village from the Danube Delta", Paper presented at the Werkstatt Ethnologie, organized by Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/ Saale, Germany, Martie 2008

 

Gog, Sorin – "The politics of after-life. Religious conversions among Lipovenians in post-socialist Romania" – Prezentare în cadrul programului Marie Curie SocAnth, Sibiu, 2007

Gog, Sorin - "The institutionalization of confessional education: religious values in the neo-protestant education system", Conferinţa "Secularity and Religious Vitality", organizată de International Society for the Sociology of Religion, Leipzig Germany, Iulie, 2007

Gog, Sorin - "Religion in post-socialist Romania. Europeanizing traditional religious mentalities", Conferinţa "The Hour of Romania", Indiana University, Bloomington, USA , Martie, 2007

Gog, Sorin - "Post-Socialist and Religious Change. Religious Conversion among Rroma in Post-socialist Romania" Workshop at Fribourg University, Switzerland, Ianuarie, 2007

Gog, Sorin – "Individualizarea experienţei religioase si erodarea funcţiilor eclesiale în România post-socialistă", Biserici si politica în societatea româneasca a secolului al XX-lea, Bucureşti, Iunie, 2006

Gog, Sorin – "Patterns of secularization in Post-socialist Romania" Conferinţa "15 Years After", Budapest, ISORECEA (International Study of Religion in Central and Eastern European Association), Decembrie, 2004


Burse şi stagii de cercetare internaţionale

 

Sept. 2013 – Jul. 2014 Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies

Topic of research: Marginality, bio-politics and the neo-liberal disempowerment of Roma: religious conversions to Pentecostalism and emerging narratives of social identity.

 

Feb. 2013 – Jun. 2013 CEU IAS – Central European University's Institute for Advanced Study Topic of research: Second Class Citizenship in an EU Country: Marginalized Roma and the Pentecostal Politics of Identity

 

Oct. 2011 – Jun. 2012 NEC – New Europe College, Bucharest, Romania Topic of research: After Atheism: Post-communist Romania and the Issue of Emergent European Secularization

 

Jan. 2010 – Jun. 2010, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Topic of research: The Europeanisation of Eastern Christianity: Secularization in Post-socialist Romania and Bulgaria

 

Jan. 2010 – Jun. 2010, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Topic of research: The Europeanisation of Eastern Christianity: Secularization in Post-socialist Romania and Bulgaria


Ianuarie 2008 - Aprilie 2008, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle-Saale, Germany
Topic of research: The politics of after life. Religious Conversion among Lipovanians in Romania
(Marie Curie Scholarship)

Oct. 2006 - Feb. 2007, Fribourg University, Switzerland
Topic of research: Religious conversion among Rroma in Post-socialist Romania
(Fribourg University Scholarship)

Jan. 2005 - Apr. 2005, Fribourg University, Switzerland
Topic of research: The Secularization Debate. The Case of Post-socialist Romania
(Erasmus Research Scholarship)


Membru în asociaţii

2004 - ISORECEA (International Study of Religion in Central and Eastern European Association);

 

2007 - ISSR (International Society for the Sociology of Religion);

 

2014 –IUAES (The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences);

 

2014 –EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists);

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