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Name Year Description Country
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
RADU, Cosmin 2010/2011
NEC – SOC Fellow

Affiliation:
RADU Cosmin

Research Project:
Dwelling and Crossing the Frontier: Political Subjectivities and Moving Landscapes at the Romania-Serbia Border
Romania

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