Papers of Cristina Raț presented in conferences attended in 2014:
Bare peripheries. State retrenchment and population profiling in segregated Roma
settlements from Romania, at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Hungarian Sociological Association, November 27-29, Cluj-Napoca
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Social Citizenship at the Margins. A Return to Charity?, at the 11th Annual Conference of the Romanian Society for Social and Cultural Anthropology, 21-23 November 2014, Cluj-Napoca
The SPAREX research team elaborated a Romanian language book proposal to be submitted to a publishing house. The working title of the volume is: Pata. Editors: Adrian Dohotaru, Hajnalka Harbula, Cristina Raț and Enikő Vincze.
Article published in the journal Erdélyi Társadalom. Társadalomtudományi szakfolyóirat. 2014, XII, 1: 151-165.
The SPAREX research team elaborated an English language book proposal to be submitted to a publishing house. The working title of the volume is: Racialized marginality in the context of postsocialist neoliberalism. Editors: Enikő Vincze, Norbert Petrovici, Cristina Raț and Giovanni Picker.
Enikő Vincze published the article Glocalizarea neoliberalismului în România prin reforma statului şi dezvoltarea antreprenorială in the Romanian volume Epoca Traian Băsescu, coordinated by Florin Poenaru and Costi Rogozanu, published at Editura Tact in October 2014. The article (The glocalization of neoliberalism in Romania through the reform of the state and entrepreneurial development) makes an analysis of the post-socialist public policy frame and in particular of how was its neoliberal form shaped during the last decade. Within this context one may better understand the logic of sectoral policies, such as housing, spatial and social policies observed under the SPAREX research. Continue reading
The article was prepared for the Special issue of the European Journal of Women’s Studies, The New Europe: 25 Years after the Fall of the Wall, guest editors Barbara Einhorn and Kornelia Slavova, November 2014; 21 (4). At the moment, the online vesrion of the article is available at European Journal of Women’s Studies, November 2014 21: 435-442, doi:10.1177/1350506814548963 (http://ejw.sagepub.com/content/current).
The article is partially based on the analysis of “Roma politics” and “policies for Roma” conducted under the auspices of the SPAREX research. Continue reading
Enikő Vincze: Ethnic identification and the desire to belong in the case of urban youth from Romania. In Migrant, Roma and Post-Colonial Youth in Education across Europe. Being ‘Visibly Different’, edited by Julia Szalai and Claire Schiff, Palgrave, 2014. Chapter 13, pp. 198-213. The book was launched on the 18th of September 2014 at Central European University.
Recent publications of Giovanni Picker, member of the SPAREX research team, on spatial segregation, “Roma camp” policies and Roma migrants in Europe.
Four members of the SPAREX research team published articles inspired by the topic of our investigation in the cultural journal “Vatra”, XLIV, Nr. 519-520, June-July 2014:
Adrian Dohotaru: Antropologie performativă. Cazul ghetoului Pata Rât, pp. 60-64.
Norbert Petrovici: Industrii creative și dezvoltare urbană, pp. 57-60.
Cristina Raț: Despre margini, pp. 41-44.
Enikő Vincze: Politica, politicile și romii, pp. 38-41.
Cristina Raț, member of the SPAREX research team participated on a project of the Romanian European Institute under the auspices of its Strategy and Policy Studies (STUDII DE STRATEGIE ŞI POLITICI) – SPOS 2013. The resulted publication was published in 2014.
Institutul European Român. Politici de incluziune a romilor în statele membre ale Uniunii Europene (Inclusion Policies of Roma in EU Member States). Authors: Sorin CACE (coordinator), Gabriela NEAGU, Cristina RAȚ, Ana IVASIUC