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Name Year Description Country
BORDAȘ, Liviu Ioan 2010/2011
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Position:
PhD Candidate

Research Project:
Mircea Eliade as Indologist. A Historical Reconstruction of His Scholarly Reception
Romania
CRĂCIUN, Mărioara Camelia 2012/2013
2010/2011
2007/2008
NEC – RHE Fellow
NEC Odobleja Fellow
Europa Fellow

Affiliation:
Center for the Study of the History of the Romanian Jewry (CSIER)
Central European University, Budapest

Position:
Associate Researcher
PhD Candidate

Research Projects:
Adam Review (1929-1940): Constructing a Jewish Romanian Discourse (2012/2013)
Politics and Ideology in Jewish Romanian Intellectual Life during the Interwar Period: A. L. Zissu – W. Filderman Debate (2010/2011)
From Shtetl to the Jewish Quaarter. Representations of the Urban Jewish Life and Space in Romanian Culture in the Interwar Period (2007/2008)
Romania
GROSESCU, Raluca 2010/2011
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
GROSESCU Raluca

Position:
Coordinateur du Departement de Recherche et de Documentation

Research Project:
La justice de transition dans la Roumanie post- 1989 : Le role du Conseil National pour l'Etude des Archives de la Securitate dans la gestion du passe communiste
Romania
MATEESCU, Oana Maria 2010/2011
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
University of Michigan, USA

Position:
PhD candidate

Research Project:
Evidence and Anachronism: Interdisciplinary Debates on Communal Ownership in Romania
Romania
PETROVICI, Norbert 2010/2011
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, “Babes-Bolyai” University, Cluj

Position:
Assistant Professor

Research Project:
Local Business Circles in Global State Spaces. Political and Economic Spatial Growth Regimes
Romania
PLAINER, Zsuzsa-Kinga 2010/2011
2008/2009
NEC – SOC Fellow
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
Department of European Studies, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
The Institute for Studying National Minorities’ Issues, Cluj-Napoca

Position:
Ph.D. Candidate, Researcher

Research Projects:
Majority Censorship Permissive – Minority Censorship Severe? Comparing GDPP (DGPT) Archive Materials on Hungarian and Romanian Local Newspapers Control from Oradea (2010-2011)
Cultural Politics and Hungarian Ethnic Identity-Buliding in a Local Society from Ceaușescu's Romania. The Hungarian Theater in Oradea during the 1980s (2008-2009)
Romania
TIMOTIN, Emanuela Cristina 2010/2011
NEC Odobleja Fellow

Affiliation:
Institute of Linguistics “Iorgu Iordan – Al. Rosetti” of the Romanian Academy

Position:
Senior Researcher

Research Project:
Apocryphal Writings and Popular Devotion. The Dream of the Virgin Mary in the Romanian Tradition
Romania

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