Affiliated Members

Members of Research Grants carried out at IRH-ICUB:

 

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European Grants:

Ionuț Epurescu-Pascovici

Principal Investigator, project – Record-keeping, fiscal reform, and the rise of institutional accountability in late-medieval Savoy: a source-oriented approach

 

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Roberto Biolzi

Postdoctoral researcher, project – Record-keeping, fiscal reform, and the rise of institutional accountability in late-medieval Savoy: a source-oriented approach

 

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Aude Wirth-Jaillard

Postdoctoral researcher, project – Record-keeping, fiscal reform, and the rise of institutional accountability in late-medieval Savoy: a source-oriented approach

 

 

PCE grants:

Cristian Ciocanuntitled

Principal investigator, project – The Structures of Conflict: A Phenomenological Approach to Violence 

 

 

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Experienced researcher, project – The Structures of Conflict: A Phenomenological Approach to Violence 

 

 

Ileana Borțun ileana-bortun-poza-mai-mare-214x300

Postdoctoral researcher, project –  The Structures of Conflict: A Phenomenological Approach to Violence

 

 

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Ciprian Jeler

Postdoctoral researcher, project – The Structures of Conflict: A Phenomenological Approach to Violence

 

 

Paul Marinescu s200_paul-marinescu

Postdoctoral researcher, project – The Structures of Conflict: A  Phenomenological Approach to Violence

 

 

Remus Breazu remus_breazu

PhD student, project – The Structures of Conflict: A  Phenomenological Approach to Violence

 

Cătălina Condruz catalina_condruz

PhD student, project – The Structures of Conflict: A Phenomenological Approach to Violence

 

Grigore Vida grigore

Postdoctoral researcher, projects – The Emergence of Mathematical Physics in the Context of Experimental Philosophy and Research Assistant, project – The Phenomenological Analysis of Axiomatic Mathematics

 

Iovan Drehe 

Project – The Emergence of Mathematical Physics in the Context of Experimental Philosophy

 

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Ovidiu Babeș 

PhD student, project – The Emergence of Mathematical Physics in the Context of Experimental Philosophy

 

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Iulian D. Toader

Principal investigator, project – The Phenomenological Analysis of Axiomatic Mathematics

 

Ilie Pârvu

Experienced researcher, project – The Phenomenological Analysis of Axiomatic Mathematics

Constantin C. Brîncuș

Postdoctoral researcher, project – The Phenomenological Analysis of Axiomatic Mathematics

 

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Iulian Apostolescu

Research Assistant, project – The Phenomenological Analysis of Axiomatic Mathematics

 

 

Ionuț Alexandru Tudorie dsc_5301

Principal Investigator, project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

 

 

Daniel Benga

Experienced Researcher, project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Adrian Caraba

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Georgiana Huian

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Sebastian Nazaru

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Octavian Negoita

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Ovidiu Olar

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Bogdan Tataru-Cazaban

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

Mihai Faur

Project – The Mental Imagery of Eastern Christianity and Islam According to Western Travel Descriptions during the Second Half of the 16th Century

 

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Lorena Anton – Anthropologist,  Research Scientist (ro. CSIII) in social anthropology at University of Bucharest (Faculty of Letters); PhD in Ethnology (specialization ’social and cultural anthropology’), University of Bordeaux Segalen & University of Bucharest (Bordeaux, 2010); coordinator of the Junior Research Group Memory Studies (founded in 2008 at the Faculty of Letters); member of EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologist) & coordinator of EASA’s Europeanist Network (since 2016), SIEF (Société Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore) and IUAES (The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences). Her present research interests include European politics of reproduction and protest movements, history of European anthropology/ethnology and Romanian politics on ageing, memory and wellbeing. Currently, she is the PI of the FP7-PEOPLE-Marie Curie-CIG project REPROAB, Controlling Reproduction in Post-Communist Romania: The Abortion Issue, and has recently initiated at ICUB an exploratory research on Ageing, Memory and Health In Local Communities(research project no. 1358/2016, founded by the University of Bucharest) in paralel to the interdisciplinary seminar Memory: From Brains to Narratives.

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Tinca Prunea is researcher at the University of Bucharest and at IHRIM, ENS Lyon. She was élève étrangère of the ENS Paris and has a PhD of the University Paris IV-Sorbonne (2011). She was the recipient of two post-doctoral fellowships, at the New Europe College, Bucharest (2014-2015) and at the IZEA, Halle (2015). Her research primarily focuses on Kant and the German Enlightenment as well as on Kant’s reception in the 20th century. She is co-editor of Kant et Wolff: Héritages et Ruptures (Paris: Vrin, 2011).

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