Session 6

Thursday (May 6):
1.30-3.00 PM EST

CHAIR

Mihaela Serban

(Ramapo College of NJ, US)

mserban@ramapo.edu

 

SPEAKERS

Monica Ciobanu

(SUNY Plattsburgh, US)

ciobanm@plattsburgh.edu

Writing History Through Trials: 

The Case of the National Peasant Part

 

Cosmin Sebastian Cercel

(U of Nottingham, UK)

cosmin.cercel@notthingham.ac.uk

Reversing Liberal Legality: 

Romania’s Path to Dictatorship

 

Delia Popescu

(Le Moyne College, US)

popescd@lemoyne.edu

Romanian Refrains: Power and Identity Tropes 

Framing the Romani Minority in Communist Romania

 

Emanuela Grama

(Carnegie Mellon U, US)

egrama@andrew.cmu.edu

Restitution Reversal or “Re-Nationalization”? An Analysis of Law, Property, and History

Through the Case of the “Szekely Mikó” High School in Transylvania

PANEL CE16

Legality, Legitimacy and Identity in Pre-Communist,  

Communist and Post-Communist Romania

(Roundtable)

Thursday May 6, 1.30-3.00 PM EST

Central Europe

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