There are 18 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
CALAZANS, Marília Oliveira
is MA in History of Science at the University of Sãn Paulo, a History teacher at Prefecture of Cubatao, Brazil. Research interests: Shell Mounds; Industrial and Mining Archaeology; History of archaeology, Transhumanism. Recent publications on History of Archaeology and Neuroscience.
is affiliated with the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași, Romania. His research interests include, among others, archaeology and heritage.
holds the Canada Research Chair in Built Heritage at the University of Montreal where she directs a research program on heritage conservation in the School of Architecture, P.O. Box 6128, Station Centre-Ville, Montréal QC H3C 3J7. She has worked with the World Heritage Convention since 1987, chairing the Committee in 1990 and 2008, publishing on World Heritage concepts and co-authoring Many Voices, One Vision: The Early Years of the World Heritage Convention (2013).
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.
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).
is a Lecturer at the Faculty of History at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi. In September 2013 he defended his Ph.D in History at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi (Magna cum Laude). The title of his dissertation was Romanian-Russian Political and Diplomatic Relations (1878-1893). From January 2009 to September 2014, he was an Assistant Researcher at the Romanian Academy, within the A.D. Xenopol Institute of History in Iași. His fields of research interest focus on the following topics: history of international relations, history of Romanian-Russian relations (1866-1918), history of Romanian and European diplomacy in the 19th and 20th century. He has also been actively involved in the publishing and editing of diplomatic documents. He has published two books: Diplomați în Vechiul Regat. Familie, carieră și viață socială în timpul lui Carol I (1878- 1914) [Diplomats in the Old Kingdom. Family, Career and Social Life during the Rule of Charles I (1878–1914)], Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press, Iași, 2015, 374 pp; Politică și diplomație la sfârșitul secolului XIX. Din istoria relațiilor româno-ruse (1878- 1899) [Politics and Diplomacy During the Late 19th Century: From the History of Romanian-Russian Relations, 1878-1899], Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press, Iași, 2017, 464p., and numerous articles.
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.
is a PhD candidate at “Valahia” University in Târgovişte. The recent scientific concerns of the author, also found in the PhD thesis, focus on the management and protection of cultural heritage. Besides, attention is directed to capitalizing and promoting heritage, focusing on targeted communication with different stakeholder categories. With over 14 years experience in research, museology and heritage management, she has published a series of studies, articles and volumes (individually or as a co-author) in ethnography, archaeology, museum education and heritage management. Among these: Civilizația tradițională a sării în sud-estul Transilvaniei, Editura Angustia, Sf. Gheorghe, 2013; „Marketingul patrimoniului imobil abordat prin proiect cultural” și „Noțiuni de comunicare”. In: Managementul integrat al patrimoniului imobil. Note de curs. Editor Pîrvu Ionică. Sf. Gheorghe, 2013; „The Archaeology Steps into the Smartphone Era! An Application for Mobile Devices, for Signalling, Tracking and Informing on Archaeological Sites from South-East Transylvania — a joint public-private research project”. In: S. Musteață, Ş. Caliniuc (eds.), Current Trends in Archaeological Heritage Preservation: National and International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Conference, Iași, România, November 6-10, 2013. British Archaeological Report. International Series 2741 (Oxford 2015), 67- 72 (coauthors A. Popa & M. Chiricescu).
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.
is an archaeologist from Romania who carried out archaeological research on dozens of Neolithic sites, but also from the Bronze Age, Iron and Classical Period, especially on the Mureş Valley. In 2001, he defended the PhD thesis on a topic related to the early Neolithic from the Intracarpathian Transylvania, a thesis published in 2005. Since 2001, he is an Associate Professor at Lucian Blaga University in Sibiu, teaching archaeology courses, and recently, courses linked with the protection of the national cultural heritage. He was part of several national and international research projects. Marius has published over 120 specialized studies and over 70 archaeological research reports, 3 author books and 2 collaborative books. Since 2006 he became a police officer specialized in the field of protection of cultural heritage (SSPCH), working in the judicial team led by Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar. Marius Mihai Ciută contributed to recover several stolen cultural heritage artefacts from the archaeological sites of the Dacian fortresses (golden bracelets, Koson coins, weapons and iron tools hoards, and gold and silver jewellery, etc.). He published over 20 articles in the field of the protection of the national cultural heritage, focused on the recovered artefacts, on the analysis of the poached contexts, but also on the study of the phenomenon of archaeological poaching.
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.
is an archaeologist from Romania. She is a PhD student at the `Alexandru Ioan Cuza` University from Iasi, Faculty of History and she studies the domain of forensic archaeology. She works at the City Hall of Iasi as a specialty inspector in `Relations with Civil Society` Office. As a result of that, she is involved in organizing different cultural events like National Symposium `Cultural Heritage of Iasi District: evidence, preservation and revaluation` and till 2018 she was responsible for organizing the theme of Municipal Museum of Iasi. She has been involved in numerous projects on heritage protection since 2011 and her dissertation was on historical monuments dedicated to heroes of WWI from Vrancea District.
is an architect from Romania. He is a lecturer at the University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu in Bucharest where he teaches heritage conservation and its legislation. As an attested specialist for architectural restoration, urbanism and historic parks & gardens and studies for historic monuments, he is member of the National Commission for Historic Monuments and chairman of one of its 12 zonal sections. He was general director for cultural heritage in the ministry of culture and personal advisor to several ministers and deputy ministers of culture. He was appointed team leader of a group that devised the Preliminary Theses of the new Code of Cultural Heritage, as part of the legal process of the legislative initiative of the Government; the Preliminary Theses were adopted by the Government and published in the Official Journal of Romania, part I. He is secretary-general of ICOMOS Romania.
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.
PhD, is Lecturer at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania and specialist on Greek and Latin epigraphy and bilingualism, and experienced researcher in the ethnoarchaeological investigation of the salt springs of Romania.
is a historian and archaeologist specializing in the research of the Central and Eastern European Middle Ages. Between 1990 and 1993 he worked at the “Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archeology, Romanian Academy in Bucharest. In 1998, he defended his doctoral thesis titled “Making an Early Medieval Ethnicity: the Case of the Early Slavs” at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, United States. Since 1999, he is a professor of history and medieval archeology at the University of Florida, Gainesville, USA. He is the author of four monographs, over 130 studies and articles, and over 60 reviews. He is also a co-author of a sociology dictionary. Professor Florin Curta also published six collective volumes, alone or in collaboration, lectured at several universities in North America, South America, and Europe.”
(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.
holds an MA (2002) and a Ph.D. degree (2008) 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. From September 2008, he was a Lecturer at the Department of History and Geography of the “Ion Creangă” State Pedagogical University in Chișinău. From September 2016 he is an Associate Professor at the same department. Between September 2015 and January 2016 Dr. Cusco was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Department of History, University of Maryland (College Park). Dr. Cusco’s first 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), co-authored with Victor Taki and published at the Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie Press (Moscow) in 2012. He has also co-edited a volume on Romania and its neighbors during the early phase of World War I. His second book – A Contested Borderland: Competing Russian and Romanian Visions of Bessarabia in the Late 19th and Early 20th Century – was published at the CEU Press in October 2017.