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Pruncut Andreea
Perioada: 2002-2006
Institutia de invatamant: Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Facultatea de Litere
Specializarea: Romana - Etnologie
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: Licentiat in Filologie
Perioada: 2008-2009
Institutia de invatamant: Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Facultatea de Studii Europene
Specializarea: Studii Multiculturale
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: Master in Studii Multiculturale


Prof. Univ. Dr. Traian Vedinas
Articole prezentate
Perioada desfasurarii: 2011
Denumire conferinta: The Material Culture (Re)Turn in Anthropology: Promises and Dead-ends
Institutia organizatoare: Societatea Romană de Antropologie Culturală (SACR)
Titlu articol prezentat: Cafeneaua literară în România postcomunistă
Cuvinte cheie:
Format electronic: Format electronic
Dovezi privind participarea: Dovezi privind participarea
Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: SASC Transformations of the State
Institutia organizatoare: Romanian Society for Social and Cultural Anthropology
Titlu articol prezentat: Feeling free in a surveilled space
Cuvinte cheie:
Abstract: Public space, just as well as the private one, was intensively surveilled during the former communist regime in Romania. So were, amongst others, those
working or interested in the area of `art and culture`.My research is focused on the narratives of those who frequented a café, in the center of Cluj-Napoca
(RO), during its 60 years of existence, whether they came here in the 60s or in the 90s, most of who are writers or at least share an interest in the
humanities and arts. The place held an informal name, almost from the beginning: Arizona and it symbolized the much desired freedom for those who came
here regularly. This paper focuses on the memories those I‟ve talked to have about the surveillance in Arizona. I‟ll try to underline the interaction between
the surveilled and the surveyor in order to understand how a `space of freedom` (as some of them called it) was possible during the totalitarian regime.
Format electronic: ConfSem _ IntNat _2_lucrarea
Dovezi privind participarea: ConfSem _ IntNat _2_pagina_de_titlu_cuprins
Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: Uncertainty and disquiet
Institutia organizatoare: European Association of Social Anthropologists
Titlu articol prezentat: Exploring memories of a place of freedom in communist Romania
Cuvinte cheie:
Abstract: Everyday life in totalitarian Romania brought about experiences of uncertainty at every level in society. Life story interviews seem to be a very useful tool for bringing these experiences in the anthropological discussions.
The interviews analyzed here focus on memories of intellectuals regarding a particular place in a town from Romania that was invested with symbolical value during the communist period. A tea-room in the center of the town became a meeting place for intellectuals and came to symbolize freedom in a society of total surveillance - its unofficial name, Arizona, stands up for this. Those interviewed are those who managed to keep the place alive two decades after the fall of communism, reinvesting it with value each time they came back, and making a ritual out of it. As with any life story interviews, several methodological discussions are required considering the interviewer - interviewee relation, as well as the ethical way of gathering and processing the information and the level of involvement the interviewee has in these processes.
It is important that the researcher manages to convince the interviewee to trust him/her and to share his/hers experiences, especially if they are traumatic ones. When the researcher is younger than the interviewee he/she will have to prove him/her self worthy and able to understand the experiences of a different regime. One can try approaching the interviewee as a collaborator and involving him/her in
the gathering and processing of the information in order to create the life story narrative that represents his/her experiences.
This paper focuses on some of the methodological disquiets I have encountered until now first as I tried to create a design for the research, and secondly as I started the interviews and approached the participants. The disquiets I want to address are mostly ethical ones regarding on one hand choosing the tool – the in-depth interview and on the other hand working with them empirically.
Format electronic: ConfSem _ IntNat _1_lucrarea
Dovezi privind participarea: ConfSem _ IntNat _1_program
Articole publicate
Revista/Volum: The Scientific Journal of Humanistic Studies, year 5, no. 8
Anul publicarii: 2013
Indexare BDI: EBSCO
Titlu articol: Uncertainties, methodological disquiets and auto-reflexivity. A personal account on the interview process
Cuvinte cheie: interview process, methodological disquiets, auto-reflexivity
Format electronic: L1_ BDI_ articol
Dovezi privind publicarea: L1_ BDI_ cuprins
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