Faculty Connections is an aggregation of UNC Charlotte faculty profiles.
Full-time faculty who want to update their profile information, see:
“The Good, the Bad, and the Ambiguous: Gender (In)equality from Socialism to Pluralism in Romania” (with Raluca Maria Popa) in Gender (in)Equality and Gender Politics in Southeastern Europe: A Question of Justice ed. Sabrina Ramet and Christina Hassenstab (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015): 171-191.
“From Black Caviar to Blackouts: Gender, Consumption, and Lifestyle in Ceauşescu’s Romania,” in Communism Unwrapped: Consumption in Cold War Eastern Europe, ed. Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger (Oxford University Press, 2012): 226-249.
“Something Old, Something New: Marital Roles and Relations in State Socialist Romania,” Journal of Women’s History 22, no. 1 (2010): 34-60.
Gender Politics and Everyday Life in State Socialist Eastern and Central Europe, co-edited with Shana Penn (New York: Palgrave, 2009).
“Constructing the Socialist Worker: Gender, Identity, and Work under State Socialism in Brasov, Romania,” Aspasia: The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’s and Gender History 3 (2009): 131-160.
Romania, Eastern Europe, Modern Europe, The Cold War, Gender, Cultural History, Memory, Socialism and post-socialism.
LBST 2101: Gender and War in the Twentieth Century
LBST 2101: Modern Revolutions
History 1121: The History of Europe, 1660-present
History 2001: From the Iron Curtain to the Velvet Revolution: Eastern Europe, 1939-present
History 3001: How Societies Remember: History and Memory in Twentieth Century Europe
History 4600: Totalitarianism and Everyday Life
Ph.D. Indiana University, 2007
I recently completed a book manuscript, Ambiguous Transitions: Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Romania from Socialism to Post-socialism, which explores the interplay between state constructions of gender and citizenship and the everyday lives of women and men in socialist and post-socialist Romania.