Lorena Anton

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Humanities
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Since 2016

Anthropology

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.

Convenor, Memory: From Brains to Narratives

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