Irina Culic

Departament: Departamentul de Sociologie

Titlu: Profesor Doctor Universitar

Adresa:Clădirea Mărăști

Birou: 11

Email:irina.culic@gmail.com irina.culic@socasis.ubbcluj.ro

Functia: Cadru didactic;

BioResearchMore ResearchOther ResearchCursuri 2018-19

International migration. Canadian immigration policy. Romanian immigration to Canada and the U.S.

 

Saskatchewan, 2018.

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

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

Irina Culic. 2012. “One Hundred Years of Solitude: Romanian Immigrants in Canada.” Studia Sociologia, Vol. 57(2): 27-49.

Irina Culic. 2012. “Immigrating Ethnicity: Configuring Romanianness in North America at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.” Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, Vol. 14(4): 29-36. 

Irina Culic. 2013. “The Limits of the State and Transnationalism: A Critical Look at Canada’s Economic Class Immigration Policy.” Relocating Borders, EastBordNet Berlin. Working Paper No 118, 2013, P. 1-30.

 

Nationalism. Ethnicity. Citizenship. Interethnic relations in Romania. Minority nationalism. Historiography.

 

Budapest 2012; Cluj-Napoca 2018.

Irina Culic. 2018. „Neoliberalism Meets Minority Nationalism: The Politics of Hungarian Higher Education in Romania” East European Politics and Societies, published online first 9/8/2018. DOI: 10.1177/0888325418790364

Irina Culic. 2016. „Hungarian society in Romania: political project and practical reality” in Sabrina Ramet and Marko Valenta (eds) Ethnic Minorities and Politics in Post-Socialist Southeastern Europe, Cambridge University Press.

Irina Culic. 2014. “From Restitution to Privileged Re-naturalisation: The Expansive Politics of Dual Citizenship in Romania after 1989.” Minority Studies. Trends and Directions of Kin-State Policies in Europe and Across the Globe, Nr. 16 (Special issue): 125-152.

Irina Culic. 2013. “Az állampolgárság visszaállításától a kedvezményes (vissza)honosításig: a kettős állampolgárság politikájának kiterjedése Romániában 1989 után.” Magyar Kisebbség, Vol. XVIII(3-4): 96-128.

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

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

Irina Culic. 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): 97-127.(in Hungarian)

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

Irina Culic. 2009. “Dual Citizenship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe”, Working Paper No 15, Institute for Research on National Minorities, Government of Romania.

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

Irina Culic. 2001. “Nationhood and Identity: Romanians and Hungarians in Transylvania”, in Trencsényi Balázs et al. (eds) Nation-Building and Contested Identities. Romanian & Hungarian Case Studies, Iaşi: Polirom & Budapest: Regio Books, pp. 227-248.

Irina Culic, Horváth István, Marius Lazăr. 2000. Ethnobarometer. Interethnic Relations in Post-communist Romania, Cluj.Napoca: CCRIT.

Irina Culic. 1999. “Between Civic and National Identity”, in Culic et al. (eds). Reflections on Differences. Focus on Romania. Antwerp: IPIS: 13-24.

Irina Culic, Horváth István, Marius Lazăr, Magyari Nándor. 1998. Carpathian Basin. Romanians and Hungarians in Post-communist Transition. Mental Images and Inter-ethnic Relations in Transylvania, Cluj-Napoca: Research Center for Inter-ethnic Relations (CCRIT).

 

Political and Cultural Elites. Social Stratification and Social Inequality. Political Processes. Book Reviews. Social Sciences Methods.

 

            

 

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

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

Irina Culic. 2002. Câştigătorii. Elita Politică şi democratizare în România, 1989-2000(The Winners. Political Elite and Democratization in Romania, 1989-2000), Cluj-Napoca: Editura Limes. Pp. 223. (in Romanian)

Irina Culic. 1999. “The Strategies of Intellectuals: Romania under Communist Rule in Comparative Perspective”, in Bozoki, A. (ed.) Intellectuals and Politics in Central Europe, Budapest: CEU Press, pp. 43-72.

Irina Culic. 1997. “Rețele sociale în analiza câmpului literar clujean.” (Social Networks for Analyzing the Literary Field in the City of Cluj-Napoca), Web, Vol.  4(1-2): 82-92. (in Romanian)

Irina Culic, Alina Cucu. 2012. “Procese de configurare a claselor sociale în România. O analiză relațională a căsătoriilor pentru cinci generații” (Processes of social class formation in Romania. A relational analysis for five generations), in Rotariu, Traian and Vergil Voineagu.  Inerție și schimbare. Dimensiuni sociale ale tranziției în România, Iași: Polirom, pp. 161-178.

Irina Culic. 2001.“Direct Democracy in Romania”, in Bützer, M., Auer, A. (eds) 2001 Direct Democracy: The Eastern and Central European Experience, Aldershot, Burlington: Ashgate, pp. 141-154.

Irina Culic. 2016. Book review for Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, The Mushroom at the End of the World. On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2015, 331 pages incl. Notes and Index. Studia Sociologia, Vol. 41 (2), pp. 175-78.

Irina Culic. 2014. Book review for Ruxandra Trandafoiu, Diaspora Online: Identity Politics and Romanian Migrants. Brooklyn, New York: Berghahn Books, 2013, 224 pages. Studia Sociologia, Vol. 39 (2), pp. 159-162.

Irina Culic. 2009. Book review for Craig Calhoun and Richard Sennett (eds), Practicing Culture, London and New York: Routledge, 2007, 248 pp. The Sociological Review, Vol. 57 (4), November 2009, pp. 753-56.

Irina Culic. 2009. Book review for Jessica Allina-Pisano, The Post-Soviet Potemkin Village. Politics and Property Rights in the Black Earth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, xxvi, 215pp. + maps, illustrations. Nationalities Papers, Vol. 37 (6), November 2009, pp. 965-67.

Irina Culic. 2004. Metode avansate in cercetarea sociala. Analiza multivariata de interdependenta(Advanced Methods in Social Research. Interdependent Multivariate Analysis), Iasi: Polirom.

Traian Rotariu, Gabriel Bădescu, Irina Culic, Elemer Mezei, Cornelia Mureşan. 1999. Statistica aplicată în cercetarea sociologică (Applied statistics for Sociological Research), Iaşi: Polirom.