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Sabina Stan

Author Archive: Sabina Stan

Sabina Stan is a Lecturer in Anthropology and Sociology at Dublin City University, Ireland.
Her doctoral research centered on the post-socialist transformation of the Romanian countryside and her post-doctoral research dealt with healthcare reform, particularly privatization and the use of information technologies. Her work has evolved towards the link between migration, healthcare and citizenship. She co-edited Life in Post-Communist Eastern Europe after EU Membership (2012), wrote L’agriculture roumaine en mutation (2005) and has contributed chapters for books such as Iarna vrajbei noastre: Protestele din Romania ianuarie, februarie 2012 [The Winter of Our Discontent: The Romanian Protests of January-February 2012] (2012) and Romania in the European Union: Challenges, Pathways and Prospects (2012). Her articles have appeared in Labor History, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Irish Journal of Anthropology, Material Culture History, Anthropologica, and Dialectical Anthropology. Dr. Stan is a member of the 3U Research Circle on Critical Global Studies, Joint Institute of Global Health, Anthropological Association of Ireland and the DCU Migration Discussion Group.
Dr. Stan was educated at Université Paris Descartes (M.A.) and Université de Montréal (Ph.D.).

Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949-1962

Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949-1962

Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949-1962by Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011)520 ppUS $39.50 The book is an ambitious attempt to map the process of collectivization in Romania and its implications for parties involved in it: the Romanian Communist Party as its driving force and the village organizational structures [...]

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