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There are 8 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
CASH Jennifer R.
holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from the Indiana University, USA. She is currently an Associate of the Max Planck Institute of Social Anthropology. Jennifer Cash is conducting ethnographic research in Moldova since 1999 on a variety of themes: ethnicity and nationalism, cultural politics, and – more recently – the relations between Moldova's economic transition and religious revival. She authored a book: Village on Stage. Folklore and Nationalism in the Republic of Moldova, LIT Verlag, Berlin, 2011.
E-mail: cashjennifer10@gmail.com

CAȘU Igor
is Lecturer and Director of the Center for the Study of Totalitarianism at the Faculty of History and Philosophy, State University of Moldova, Chisinau. He received his Ph.D. in History from Jassy University in Romania in March 2000 and was Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at Lenoir University, NC, in 2000, and at Stanford University and Hoover Institution, in 2016. In 2010 he served as vice chairman of the Presidential Commission for the Study and Evaluation of the Communist Totalitarian Regime in the Republic of Moldova. Among his research interests are Soviet Nationalities Policy and Political Repressions, Violence and Resistance in Soviet Moldavia during Stalinism and after 1953. Among his recent publications are “The Fate of Stalinist Victims in Soviet Moldavia after 1953: Amnesty, Pardon and the Long Road to Rehabilitation”, in Kevin McDermott, Matthew Stibbe, eds., De-Stalinising Eastern Europe. The Rehabilitation of Stalin’s Victims, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015 and The Class Enemy. Political Repressions, Violence and Resistance in Moldavian (A)SSR, 1924-1956, Chișinău: Cartier, 2015, 388 pp., with an introduction by Vladimir Tismaneanu (in Romanian).
E-mail: igorcasu@gmail.com

CEPAITIENE Rasa
is a researcher at the Lithuanian Historical Institute, Associate Professor at Vilnius University, and lecturer at the European Humanities University. Her scholarly interests are cultural heritage conservation theories, world and Lithuanian historiographies, cultural (especially post-communist) memory studies. She has authored 4 monographs, including her last work “Cultural heritage in the global world” (2010, Russian and Lithuanian versions) and about 60 research papers. Research interests: cultural heritage and collective memory studies, Soviet culture and post-Soviet transformation.
E-mail: rasa.cepaitiene@if.vu.lt

CIMPOEŞU Dorin
is a historian, former secretary of the Romanian diplomatic mission in Moldova and Armenia, currently a professor at the Department of Archives of the “Al. I. Cuza” Academy in Bucharest. He published several books and articles on political changes in the Republic of Moldova.
E-mail: dorin.cimpoesu@dhmprint.ro

COADĂ Ludmila
is Associate Professor at Free International University of Moldova and Researcher at the Institute of History and Political Science. She has conducted research as a Fulbright Scholar at George Washington University (2010-2011). Her areas of interest include Moldova’s foreign policy, Moldova’s relations with Russia and the EU, and Russia’s politics towards the post-soviet states. She is the author of Zemstvo Institution in Bessarabia: Historical and Juridical Aspects (Chisinau, 2009) and has published various scholarly articles on Bessarabian history and Moldovan politics.
E-mail: l_coada@yahoo.com

CULICIU Cristian
graduated from the Faculty of International Relations, Political Science and Communication Sciences, University of Oradea. He holds an MA in the History of the Romanian West. He is currently an editor at Ratio and Revelatio Publishing House.
E-mail: cristian.culiciu@yahoo.com

CURTA Florin
is professor of Medieval History and Archaeology at the University of Florida. His books include The Making of the Slavs: History and Archaeology of the Lower Danube, ca. 500-700 (Cambridge, 2011), which has received the Herbert Baxter Adams Award of the American Historical Association; Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500-1250 (Cambridge 2006); and the Edinburgh History of the Greeks, c. 500 to 1050. The Early Middle Ages (Edinburgh, 2011). Curta is the editor of five collections of studies, and the editor-in-chief of the Brill series “East Central and eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450.”
E-mail: fcurta@ufl.edu

CUȘCO Andrei
(b. 1982, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova) holds a Ph.D. degree in the Comparative History of Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe from the Department of History of the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. His research interests focus on modern East European history, comparative history of the Eurasian empires, intellectual history and historiography. Starting from September 2008, he is a lecturer at the Department of World History of Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University in Chișinău. Since 2011, Dr. Cușco has been Director of the Center for Empire Studies at the Department of History and Philosophy within Moldova State University. Dr. Cușco’s most recent major publication is a book on the history of Bessarabia as a borderland of the Russian Empire (Bessarabia as a Part of the Russian Empire, 1812-1917), published, in Russian, at the Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie Press (Moscow) in March 2012, co-authored with Victor Taki.
E-mail: andreicusco@yahoo.com