Selected Publications

Publications

  1. "Vom Bauern zum ‘Benzinsman’. Schmuggelpraktiken im Alltag der Somborer Grenzregion zu Beginn der 1990er Jahre", in: Südosteuropäische Hefte 1 (2012), S. 17-31. (together with Đorđe Tomić). [Download-pdf]
  2. "Printing the Conflict. A Casestudy of the Serbian Town Valjevo 1990/1991" (in preparation).

Presentations

  1. "Der modus operandi eskalativer Gewaltphänomene“, Department for South East European History at the Humboldt University – Berlin, May 2010.
  2. “'Zeit des Adrenalins'. Die Gewaltrealität jugoslawischer Volksarmisten im Ostslawonienfeldzug 1991”, Berliner Forschungskolloquium – Berlin, July 2010.
  3. “Erschließt Erzähltes auch Erlebtes? – Der Ostslawonienfeldzug von 1991”, Berliner Forschungskolloquium – Berlin, January 2011.
  4. "Rakija, oder Jugoslawiens Wein der Wahrheit – Nationsbildungsprozesse und Gewalterfahrungen in Bosnien-Herzegowina“, Department for South East European History at the Humboldt University – Berlin, February 2011.
  5. “Krieg und Frieden im Sozialismus – Die Jugoslawische Volksarmee im Konflikt um die Nachfolge des sozialistischen Jugoslawien”, Centre for Contemporary History – Potsdam, June 2011.
  6. “Political Desintegration and Shifting Loyalties – The ‘Creeping Transformation” of the Yugoslav People`s Army”, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for European History and Public Spheres – Vienna, July 2011.
  7. “Paths Towards Loyalty. The Yugoslav People´s Army and the Break-up of Yugoslavia”, Poster-presentation at the Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education – Kiel 2011.
  8. "Printing the Conflict. A Casestudy of the Serbian Town Valjevo 1990/1991", First Annual Conference "Physical Violence in Late Socialism: (Dis-)Entangling Statehood, Labor, and the Nation", Institute for East and South East European Studies (IOS) - Regensburg 2012.
Selected Publications
 
1. Beyond the Balkans. Towards an Inclusive History of Southeastern Europe (ed.). (Berlin/Münster/Wien: LIT Verlag 2014. Studies on South East Europe, vol. 10).
 
2. “Introduction: Beyond the Balkans,” in: Beyond the Balkans. Towards an Inclusive History of Southeastern Europe, ed. Sabine Rutar (Berlin/Münster/Wien: LIT Verlag 2014. Studies on South East Europe, vol. 10), 7-29.
 
3. "Towards a Southeast European History of Labour: Examples from Yugoslavia," in: Beyond the Balkans. Towards an Inclusive History of Southeastern Europe, ed. Sabine Rutar (Berlin/Münster/Wien: LIT Verlag 2014. Studies on South East Europe, vol. 10), 323-357.
 
4. "Unsere abgebrochene Südostecke…". Bergbau im nördlichen Jugoslawien (Slowenien) unter deutscher Besatzung (1941–1945), in: Arbeit im Nationalsozialismus, eds. Michael Wildt and Marc Buggeln (München: Oldenbourg 2014) (in print)
 
5. „Versponnene Fäden. Kriegsnarrative im jugoslawischen Raum,“ in: Traumata der Transition. Der Untergang Jugoslawiens in interdisziplinärer Sicht, eds. Svjetlan Lacko Vidulić and Boris Previšić (Tübingen u. a.: Francke, 2014) (Kultur - Herrschaft - Differenz, 19) (in print)
 
6. „Das südöstliche Europa in der europäischen Geschichtsschreibung,“ in: Institutionen und Kultur in Südosteuropa, eds. Wim van Meurs  and Dietmar Müller (München: Otto Sagner, 2014) (Südosteuropa-Jahrbuch 39), 99-118 (in print)
 
7. „Nationalism in Southeast Europe since 1970,” in: Oxford Handbook of the History of Nationalism, ed. John Breuilly (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 515-534.

Selected Publications

1. "The danger of over-interpreting dissident writing in the West: Communist terror in Czechoslovakia, 1948-1968”, in: From Samizdat to Tamizdat: Transnational Media During and After Socialism, ed. Friederike Kind-Kovács (New York: Berghahn 2012), forthcoming.

2. "Border guarding as social practice: a case study of communist governance and hidden transcripts“, in: Walls, Borders, Boundaries, eds. Marc Silberman, Karen Till, Janet Ward (New York: Berghahn 2012), 97-112. With Thomas Lindenberger.

3. "Aux avant-postes du bloc socialiste: České Velenice, ville tchèque à la frontière avec l’Autriche", in: Vingtième siècle 109 (January-March 2011): 129-141. (special issue on Popular Democracies coordinated by Sandrine Kott and Justine Faure).

4. Clashes in European Memory. The Case of the Communist Repression and the Holocaust (Innsbruck,New York: Transaction publishers/StudienVerlag 2011). Edited with Christian Gerbel, Thomas Lindenberger.

5. "The World of the Two Václavs: European-Minded vs. National(ist) Intellectuals in Czechia", in: European Stories. Intellectual Debates in Europe in National Contexts, eds. Justine Lacroix, Kalypso Nikolaidis (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010), 257-274. With Nicolas Maslowski.

6. Grenzfälle. Österreichische und tschechische Erfahrungen am Eisernen Vorhang (Weitra: Bibliothek der Provinz 2009). With Berthold Molden.

7. "L’ouverture des archives d’une police politique communiste: le cas tchèque, de Zdena Salivarová à Milan Kundera", in: Archives et écriture de l'histoire dans les societies post-communistes, ed. Sonia Combe (Paris: La Découverte 2009), 203-226.

8. "Internationalism, patriotism, dictatorship and democracy: the Czechoslovak Communist Party and the exercise of power", in: Journal of European Integration Studies 13/2 (2007): 55-68.

9. Une déstalinisation manquée. Tchécoslovaquie 1956 (Brussels: Complexe 2005).

10. "Einige Etappen der Bewältigung der kommunistischen Vergangenheit seit 1989 in der Republik Tschechien", in: Die Überlieferung der Diktaturen. Beiträge zum Umgang mit Archiven der Geheimpolizei in Polen und Deutschland nach 1989, eds. Dorota Dakowska, Agnès Bensoussan, Nicolas Beaupré (Essen: Klartext 2004), 111-126.

11. "La démocratie pour les Tchèques: une légitimité politique et une composante identitaire", in: Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest 1 (2003): 59-82.

12. "La police politique communiste en action: les Tchécoslovaques et la révolution hongroise de 1956", in: Revue d’histoire moderne et contemporaine 49/2 (April-June 2002): 176-202.

 

Selected Publications

Her publications are translated and published in Hungarian, Latvian and Bulgarian languages.

 

Selected articles

1. "Coping with the Unwanted Past in the Planned Soviet Towns: Visaginas, Tychy and Nowa Huta", Slovo, Journal of  Slavonic and East European Studies 24/1 (2012): 41-60.

2. "Pleasures of the Late Socialism in Soviet Lithuania: Strategies of Resistance and Dissent", Journal of Baltic Studies, ISSN 0162-9778, 42/3 (2011): 409-425.

3.  "Post-Soviet Transitions of the Planned Socialist Towns: Visaginas, Lithuania", Studies of Transition States and Societies (STSS) 2/2 (2010): 63-81.

4. "Can You Hear Us? The Lower Class in Lithuanian Media and Politics", Problems of Post-Communism, ISSN 1075-8216, 56/1 (2009): 12-22.

5. "´Go West...´ Myths of femininity and feminist utopias in East and West", www.eurozine.com, (14.8.2009).

6. "Between mimesis and non-existence: Lithuania in Europe, Europe in Lithuania", www.eurozine.com, (3.12.2008).

 

Book reviews

1. Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Childism: Confronting Prejudice against Children, Human Rights Review. 12 October 2012.

2. Anne Gorsuch, All This is Your World: Soviet Tourism at Home and Abroad After Stalin, Europe-Asia Studies 64/7 (2012): 1332-1334.

Selected Publications

"Making up for the losses of war: Reproduction politics in Postwar Poland" in: Dynamization of Gender Roles at Wartime, ed. R. Leiserowitz and M. Röger,  Warsaw 2012. In print

"Przypadek Marii spod Bochni. Próba analizy mikrohistorycznej procesu o aborcję z 1949 roku" (The Case of Maria from Bochnia.The microhistorical study of Abortion Trial in Poland, 1949), in: Roczniki Antropologii Historycznej 1 (2012). In print.

"Rediscovering Ourselves. Frontiers and Identities in Polish Historiography of the 19th and 20th Century (1989-2005)", in: Being a Historian Opportunities and Responsibilities Past and Present, ed. Sven Mörsdorf (Pisa: CLIOHRES-ISHA 2010), 67-80.

"Codzienność peryferyjna. Pamięć o PRL mieszkańców Ustronia – studium przypadku" [Perypherial Daily Life. Memory of People’s Poland among the Inhabitants of Ustroń – a Case Study], in: Konteksty. Polska Sztuka Ludowa LXV/1 (2011): p. 57-64. With Dobrochna Kałwa.

"Social Policy and Social Practice in People’s Republic of Poland", in: Social Policy and State Socialism (1945- 1989): Ambitions, Ambiguities, Mismanagement, ed. Sabine Hering (Opladen: Barbara Budrich 2009), 161-174.

"Nowa Huta. Skąd przychodzimy" (Nowa Huta. The roots of newcomers), in: Moja Nowa Huta, ed. L. Sibila (Krakow: Muzeum Historyczne Miasta Krakowa 2009), 7-27.

"Public Space/ Private Places within the City", in: Frontiers and Identities: Cities, Regions, Nations, ed. Luďa Klusáková (Pisa 2008),17-32.

"Unzüchtiger Realsozialismus. Prostitution in der Volksrepublik Polen", in: Osteuropa 6 (2006) (Mythos Europa. Prostitution, Migration, Frauenhandel): 303- 317.

"Między sierpniem a grudniem. Solidarność w Krakowie i Małopolsce w latach 1980-1981" (Between August and December. Solidarity Movement in Krakow and Malopolska 1980- 1981) (Kraków: Księgarnia Akademicka 2006). Edited with Tomasz Gąsowski, Janusz Mierzwa.

"Przez dziurkę od klucza. Życie prywatne w Krakowie 1945- 1989" (Through the Keyhole. The private life of Cracow people 1945 – 1989) (Warsaw: Trio 2005).

Selected Publications

Monographs / Edited Volumes

1. Rozděleni minulostí: vytváření politických identit v České republice po roce 1989. (Divided by the Past: Political Identities Formation in the Czech Republic after 1989) (Praha: Knihovna Václava Havla 2011). Edited with Adéla Gjuričová, Petr Roubal, Jiří Suk and Tomáš Zahradníče.

2. Hledání ztraceného smyslu revoluce. Zrod a počátky marxistického revizionismu ve střední Evropě 1953-1960. (Quest for the Revolution’s Lost Meaning. Origins of the Marxist Revisionism in Central Europe 1953-1960) (Praha: Argo 2009).

3. Past in the Making. Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989, ed. Michal Kopeček (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2008).

4. Kapitoly z dějin české demokracie po roce 1989 (Chapters from the History of Czech Democracy after 1989) (Praha-Litomyšl: Paseka, 2008). Edited with Adéla Gjuričová.

5. Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770-1945. Texts and Commentaries, vol. II. National Romanticism – The Formation of National Movements (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2007). Edited with Balázs Trencsényi.

6. Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770-1945. Texts and Commentaries, vol. I. Late Enlightenment – Emergence of the Modern ‘Nation Idea’ (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2006). Edited with Balázs Trencsényi.

7. Bolševismus, komunismus, radikální socialismus v Československu, vol. I-V (Bolshevism, Communism, Radical Socialism in Czechoslovakia) (Praha: Ústav pro soudobé dějiny - Dokořán, 2003-2005). Edited with Zdeněk Kárník.

 

Selected articles    

1. "Human Rights facing a National Past. Dissident ‘Civic Patriotism’ and the Return of History in East Central Europe 1968-1989", in: Geschichte und Gesellschaft (forthcoming in the December 2012 issue).

2. "Von der Geschichtspolitik zur Erinnerung als politischer Sprache: Der tschechische Umgang mit der kommunistischen Vergangenheit nach 1989", in: Geschichtspolitik in Europa seit 1989. Deutschland, Frankreich und Polen im internationalen Vergleich, eds. Etienne François, Kornelia Kończal, Robert Traba, Stefan Troebst (Göttingen: Wallstein 2012). (in print)

3. "Historical Studies of Nation-Building and the Concept of Socialist Patriotism in East Central Europe 1956-1970", in: Historische Nationsforschung im geteilten Europa 1945-1989, eds. Pavel Kolář, Miloš Řezník (Köln: sh-Verlag 2012), 121-136.

4. "The Rise and Fall of Czech Post-Dissident Liberalism after 1989", in: East European Politics and Societies 25/2 (2011): 244-271.

5. "Disent jako minulost, liberalismus jako projekt. Občanské hnutí – Svobodní demokraté v české polistopadové politice" (Dissent as a Past, Liberalism as a Project: Civic Movement – Free Democrats in Czech Post-November Politics), in: Rozděleni minulostí: vytváření politických identit v České republice po roce 1989 (Divided by the Past: Political Identities Formation in the Czech Republic after 1989), eds. Adéla Gjuričová, Michal Kopeček, Petr Roubal, Jiří Suk and Tomáš Zahradníček (Praha: Knihovna Václava Havla 2011), 61-106.

6. "Mezi politickým mýtem a historickou rekonstrukcí. Marxismus a demokratická opozice ve středovýchodní Evropě" (In between political mythos and historical reconstruction: Marxism and the democratic opposition in East Central Europe), in: Dějiny a současnost 9 (2010): 33-36.

7. "The Czech Republic: From Democracy Legitimization to the Politics of Memory", in: Forum: Politics of History in East Europe, Journal of Modern European History 8/2 (2010): 145-148.

8. "Citizen and Patriot in the Post-Totalitarian Era: Czech Dissidence in Search of the Nation and its Democratic Future", in: Tr@nsit online. The ‘‘Brave New World’’ after Communism. 1989: Expectations in Comparison. Put online in December, 2009. http://www.iwm.at/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=168&Itemid=231; Hungarian translation: Állampolgár és patrióta a totalitarizmus utáni korszakban: a cseh ellenzék, a nemzet és a demokratikus jövő, in: 2000, január (2010): 3-16.

9. "Stigma minulosti, pouto sounáležitosti. První desetiletí českého polistopadového komunismu" (Stigma of the Past, Bound of the Belonging. First decade of the Czech Communism after 1989), in: Soudobé dějiny 2-3 (2009): 386-418; reprinted in Adéla Gjuričová, Michal Kopeček, Petr Roubal, Jiří Suk, Tomáš Zahradníček, eds., Rozděleni minulostí: vytváření politických identit v České republice po roce 1989. (Divided by the Past: Political Identities Formation in the Czech Republic after 1989), (Praha: Knihovna Václava Havla 2011), 343-380.

10. "Polemika Milan Kundera – Václav Havel. Spory o českou otázku v letech 1967-1969 a jejich historický obraz" (Milan Kundera – Václav Havel Polemics. Discussions about the Czech Question in 1967-1969), in: Pražské jaro 1968. Literatura – film – média (Prague Spring 1968. Literature, Film, Media) (Praha: Literární akademie 2009), 129-138.

11. "In Search for ´National Memory´. The Politics of History, Nostalgia and the Historiography of Communistm in the Czech Republic and East Central Europe", in: Past in the Making. Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989, ed. Michal Kopeček (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2008), 75-96.

12. "Historická paměť a liberální nacionalismus v Česku a střední Evropě po roce 1989" (Historical Memory and Liberal Nationalism in Czechia and East Central Europe), in: Kapitoly z dějin české demokracie po roce 1989 (Chapters from the History of Czech Democracy after 1989), eds. Adéla Gjuričová and Michal Kopeček (Praha-Litomyšl: Paseka 2008), 227-259.

13. "A Difficult Quest for New Paradigms. Czech Historiography after 1989", in: Narratives Unbound. Historical Studies in Post-Communist Eastern Europe, eds. Sorin Antohi, Peter Ápor and Balázs Trencsényi (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2007), 173-248. (Co-author Pavel Kolář)

14. "Charta 77 očima Západu: Co přinesl disent politice a politickému myšlení" (Charter 77 viewed from the West: Dissent’s contribution to politics and political thought), in: Dějiny a současnost, 2 (2007): 30-34.

15. "L'année 1956 et le revisionnisme marxiste en Tchécoslovaquie dans la seconde moitié des années 1950", in: ‘La revolution hongroise de 1956. Nouvelles Approches’. Communisme 88/89 (2006/2007): 159-184.

16. "The Ups and Downs of Central Europe. Chapters from Czech Symbolic Geography", in: The Weight of History in Central European Societies of the 20th Century, eds. Zora Hlavičková, Nikolas Maslowski (Prague: CES 2005): 41-59.

17. "L'historiographie tchèque du communisme depuis 1989", in: La Nouvelle Alternative, 60/61 (2004):199-211. With Jaroslav Cuhra.

Selected Publications

Monographs

1. Narratives Unbound: Historical Studies in Post-comunist Eastern Europe (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2007). Edited with Sorin Antohi, Balázs Trencsényi.

2. Past for the Eyes: East European Representations of Communism in Cinema and Museums after 1989 (Budapest, New York: CEU Press 2008). Edited with Oksana Sarkisova.

3. The Sovietization of Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on the Postwar Period (Washington, DC: New Academia Publ. 2008). Edited with Balázs Apor and Arfon Rees.

Selected Articles

"Mobilizing Generation: The Idea of 1968 in Hungary", in: Talking About My Generation, ed. Anna von der Goltz (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag 2011), 99-118. Edited with James Mark.

"Praefiguratio: Exemplary History and Temporal Order in the Thirtieth Anniversary of the First Hungarian Soviet Republic of 1919", in: Politics, Religion and Ideology 12 (June 2011): 123-141.

Monographs

1. Koka-kola socijalizam. Amerikanizacija jugoslovenske popularne kulture šezdesetih godina XX veka (Coca-cola Socialism. The Americanization of Yugoslav Popular Culture in the 1960s) (Beograd: Službeni glasnik 2012).

2. Vreme kada je narod govorio: Odjeci i reagovanja u Politici, 1988-1991 (A Time When the People Spoke: The Column „Echoes and Reactions“, Politika 1988-1991) (Belgrade: Institute for Sociological Research, 2008). Edited with A. Mimica.

3. Evropa na Kalemegdanu. “Cvijeta Zuzorić” i kulturni život Beograda 1918-1941 (Europe on Kalemegdan. “Cvijeta Zuzorić” and Cultural Life in Belgrade 1918-1941) (Belgrade: Institute for Recent History of Serbia 2003).

Articles and chapters in books and other contributions to collected works

1. "Potrošačko društvo po američkom modelu (jedan pogled na jugoslavensku svakodnevicu šezdesetih)" ("Consumer Society According to the American Model (A Look at the Everydaylife in Yugoslavia during yje 1960s"), in: Časopis za suvremenu povijest 2 (2012): 277-298.

2. „Trubom kroz gvozdenu zavesu – prodor džeza u socijalističku Jugoslaviju“ (“Trumpeting through the Iron Curtain – the Breakthrough of Jazz in Socialist Yugoslavia“), in: Muzikologija 13 (2012): 53-77.

3. „Diznizacija detinjstva i mladosti u socijalističkoj Jugoslaviji“ (“Disneysation of the Childhood and Youth in Socialist Yugoslavia“), in: Istorija 20. veka 3 (2011): 185-204.

4. „Između avangarde i cenzure. Tito i umetnost šezdesetih“ (“Between avant-garde and censorship. Tito and Arts in the 1960s“), in: Tito – viđenja i tumačenja, ed. O. Manojlović-Pintar (Beograd: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije 2011), 684-706.

5. „Soviet Comsonauts and American Astronauts in Yugoslavia: Who Did the Yugoslavs Love More?“, in: Soviet Space Culture: Cosmic Enthusiasm in Socialist Societies, eds. E. Maurer, J. Richers, M. Ruthers, C. Scheide (Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan 2011), 188-205.

6. „Cowboys in Partisan Uniforms. American and Partisan Westerns in Yugoslavia in the 1960s“, in: Tokovi istorije (Belgrade) 2 (2010): 130-151.

7. „Amerikanizacija jugoslovenske filmske svakodnevice šezdesetih godina 20. veka“ (“Americanization of Yugoslav Film during the 1960s”), in: Godišnjak za društvenu istoriju, XVII/1 (2010): 39-65.

8. „Jukebox – The First Rock’n’roll Magazine in Socialist Yugoslavia“, in: Remebering Utopia: The Culture of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia, eds. B. Luthar and M. Pušnik (Washington DC: New Academia Publishing 2010), 145-164.

9. „Yugoslavism in Art and Culture – from Seductive Myth to Harsh Reality (Yugoslav Exhibitions 1904-1940)“, in: Časopis za suvremenu povijest (Zagreb) 3 (2009): 699.-712.

10. „Jazz is freedom (Jazz as a weapon of American Propaganda in Yugoslavia)“, in: Annual for Social History (Belgrade) XVI/3 (2009): 81-101.

11. „American Cultural Influences in Yugoslavia in the 1960s”, in: 125 Years of Diplomatic Relations between the USA and Serbia, ed. Ljubinka Trgovčević (Belgrade 2008), 276-290.

12. „A Small Peace of Moon to Comrade Tito: The Visit of the Crew of Apollo 11 to Yugoslavia“, in: 1968 – fourty years later, ed. Radmila Radić (Belgrade 2008), 313-338.

13. „Rock and roll in the West of the East: the Case of magazine Jukebox“, in: Annual for Social History (Belgrade) XIII/1-3 (2006): 71-88.

14. „Foreign influences in the cultural life of Belgrade during 1920s“, in: SAMPARK Journal of Global Understanding, ed. Sunandan Roy Chowdhury, No. 9, Autumn 2007 (Calcutta 2007), 80-85.

15. „America in Yugoslav Travel Writngs. A Look through the Iron Curtain“, in: Annual for Social History (Belgrade) XII/1-3 (2005): 65-83.

16. „Textbooks and the teaching of twentieth century history in Serbia since 1989“, in: After the Wall: History Teaching in Europe since 1989, ed. M. Roberts (Hamburg: Körber-Stiftung 2004), 152-160.

17. „Why Do Historians in Serbia not Study the Disintegration of Yugoslavia?“, in: History of the Present. SSEES Occasional Papers no. 55, eds. J. Dragovic-Soso, N. Martin and W. Bracewell (London: Centre for South-East European Studies, SSEES/UCL 2002), 81-84.

18. „The Emancipation of Women in Interwar Belgrade and the 'Cvijeta Zuzorić' Society“, in: Gender Realtions in South Eastern Europe: Historical Perspectives on Womanhood and Manhood in 19th and 20th Century, eds. M. Jovanović, S. Naumović (Belgrade-Graz 2002), 143-165.

19. „ABC Textbooks and Ideological Indoctrination of Children“, in: Childhood in South East Europe: Historical Perspectives on Growing Up in the 19th and 20th Century, eds. M. Jovanović, S. Naumović  (Belgrade-Graz 2001), 249-263.

Monographs

Republica îşi făureşte oamenii. Construcţia identităţilor politice în discursul oficial în România, 1948-1965 (The Republic is making its people. The construction of political identities in the official discourse in Romania, 1948-1965) (Cluj-Napoca: Eikon 2007).

Selected articles

1. “Representing violent action in the official discourse of Communist Romania”, in: Studia Universitatis “Babeș-Bolyai”, series “Historia” 55/ 1-2 (2010): 79-102.

2. “Dezbaterea privind condamnarea comunismului în Europa” (The Debate Concerning the Condemnation of Communism in Europe), in: Anuarul Institutului de Istorie Orală Cluj-Napoca 11 (2010): 275-307.

3. “The Discursive Construction of States as International Actors. The United States and Romania during the Kosovo Crisis (1999)”, in: US-Romanian relations in the twentieth century, ed. Ernest H. Latham, jr. (Cluj: Cluj University Press 2010), 371-388.

4. “Between old and new: the discursive construction of the socialist nation”, in: Re-searching the Nation: the Romanian File. Studies and Selected Bibliography on Romanian Nationalism, ed. Sorin Mitu (International Book Access 2008), 249-267.

5. ‘“Limba de lemn” şi cercetarea istorică’(“Newspeak” and historical research), in: Arhivele Totalitarismului 3-4 (2004): 149-166.

6. “Ipostaze ale femeii în presa comunistă. ´Muncitoarea´ şi ´Săteanca´ (Images of women in the communist press. The weeklies “Muncitoarea” and “Săteanca”), in: Condiţia femeii în România secolului XX, eds. Ghizela Cosma, Virgiliu Ţârău, vol. II (Cluj-Napoca: Nereamia Napocae 2002), 173-190. With Virgiliu Ţârău.

7. „Între ´noi´ şi ´ei´ – identitatea politică a femeii în discursul comunist” (Between „us” and „them” – the political identity of women in the communist discourse), in: Condiţia femeii în România în secolul XX, eds. Ghizela Cosma, Virgiliu Ţârău, vol. I (Cluj: Presa Universitară Clujeană 2002), 199-211.

8. „Text, context şi discurs oficial în România în perioada regimului comunist” (Text, context and official discourse in Romania during the communist regime), in: Societate şi civilizaţie. Profesorului universitar dr. Marcel Ştirban la împlinirea a şapte decenii de viaţă, eds. Călin Florea, Ciprian Năprădean (Târgu-Mureş: Ed. „Dimitrie Cantemir” 2002), 420-430.

9. „Catolicismul în discursul oficial al Bisericii Ortodoxe Române în primii ani postbelici” (Catholicism in the  discourse of the Romanian Orthodox Church in the first post-war years), in: Studia Universitatis “Babeș-Bolyai”, series Theologia Catholica XLIV/2 (1999): 2-12.

10. „Ipostaze ale puterii: sărbătorile de 23 August” (Instances of power: the celebrations of August 23), in: Acta Mvsei Napocensis II/35-36 (1999): 247-251.

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