Publications of Iordachi, C.

Transforming peasants, property and power : the collectivization of agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962

Taranimea si puterea : procesul de colectivizare a agriculturii in Romania, (1949-1962). English translation

Iordachi C. Constanta, the first collectivized region : Soviet geo-political interests and national and regional factors in the collectivization in Dobrogea. In: Iordachi C, Dobrincu D, editors. Transforming peasants, property and power : the collectivization of agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962. Budapest: CEU Press; 2009. p. 103-39.
Iordachi C, Dobrincu D. The communist take-over and land collectivization in Romania : chronology of events. In: Transforming peasants, property and power : the collectivization of agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962. Budapest: CEU Press; 2009. p. 485-91.
Iordachi C, Dobrincu D. Introduction. In: Transforming peasants, property and power : the collectivization of agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962. Budapest: CEU Press; 2009. p. 1-23.
Iordachi C, Verdery K. Conclusions. In: Iordachi C, Dobrincu D, editors. Transforming peasants, property and power : the collectivization of agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962. Budapest: CEU Press; 2009. p. 455-72.

Review : The Great Communist Bank Robbery

A review of the DVD release of the film "The Great Communist Bank Robbery," directed and written by Alexandru Solomon.

Iordachi C. Aristocracy, Fascism, and the Social Origins of Mass Politics in Interwar Romania. In: Urbach K, editor. European Aristocracies and the Radical Right, 1918-1939. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2007. p. 201-32.
Iordachi C. The Ottoman Empire : Syncretic nationalism and citizenship in the Balkans. In: Baycroft T, Hewitson M, editors. What is a nation? : Europe, 1789-1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2006. p. 120-51.

Társadalomtörténet Kelet-Közép-Európában : Regionális nézõpontok globális összefüggésben

2005. november 18-20. Konferencia beszámoló.

Romania si Transnistria : problema holocaustului

Romania and Transnistria : the question of the Holocaust. Historical and comparative perspectives.

Iordachi C. Trondheim studies on East European cultures & societies. Vol 15. Trondheim: Program on East European Cultures and Societies; 2004.
Iordachi C. Dual citizenship and policies toward kin-minorities in East-Central Europe : a comparison between Hungary, Romania, and the Republic of Moldova. In: Kántor Z, Majtényi B, Ieda O, Vizi B, I. H, editors. The Hungarian status law : nation building and/or minority protection. Vol 4. Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University; 2004. p. 239-69. (Slavic Eurasian Studies; vol 4).

Entangled Histories : Re-thinking the History of Central and Southeastern Europe from a Relational Perspective

The collapse of the communist system in Central and Southeastern Europe has inaugurated sweeping economic and socio-political changes, marked by the conversion of state-economies into market economies, political liberalization and democratization, and integration into European and Euro-Atlantic security and political organizations. These changes have also affected the pattern of inter-state relations in these regions. Due to the strengthening of their political collaboration, countries in Central and Southeastern Europe are today linked by a dense network of inter-governmental agreements, which have worked for changing the nature of inter-state relations, by fostering co-operation rather than conflict.As a result of this twofold development, one can identify an underlying tension between the “re-nationalization” of history in Central and Southeast Europe and the process of European integration. The article argues for the need to re-conceptualize the history of Central and Southeastern Europe by employing a relational and transnational approach, as part of a more general effort to re-write continental history from an integrated perspective. Central and Southeastern Europe countries share a common historical past that goes far back in time to enduring medieval and early modern imperial legacies, such as the Byzantine, the Hungarian, the Habsburg, and the Ottoman. After 1945, they experienced similar strategies of communist modernization, and a forceful integration into a common military and economic block. Post-communist countries in these regions are now facing similar socio-political challenges. Despite these similarities, historians in the regions seem “absorbed” by their own national histories, and have relatively limited knowledge of — or openness toward — the historical experience of their neighbors. The process of regional integration and the European Union’s Eastern enlargement calls for an incorporation of the Central and Southeast European Studies into the framework of European studies (thus breaking with the tradition of Russian and East European Studies, which is a legacy of the bipolar Cold War division of Europe). Historians in Central and Southeastern Europe are now challenged to place a greater emphasis on the “shared” and “entangled” history of the peoples in these regions, to assess international influences and transfers, and to account for the process of European integration and its impact on the development of their regions.

Iordachi C. Charisma, religion, and ideology : Romania's interwar Legion of the Archangel Michael. In: Lampe J, Mazower M, editors. Ideologies and national identities : the case of twentieth-century Southeastern Europe. Budapest: CEU Press; 2003. p. 19-53.

In Search of a Usable Past: The Question of National Identity in Romanian Studiess, 1990-2000

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Iordachi C. Internal colonialism : the expansion of Romania's frontier in Northern Dobrogea. In: Schultz H, Müller U, editors. National borders and economic disintegration in modern East Central Europe. Berlin: Berlin Verlag; 2002. p. 77-105.

La California des Roumains : l`integration de la Dobrudja du Nord a la Roumanie, 1878-1913

The California of Romanians : the extension of Romania's frontier in Northern Dobrudja, 1878-1913

Citizenship and National Identity in Romania : A Historical Overview

This article is designed as a first historical overview of Romanian citizenship legislation from 1866 up to the present, a subject that has received so far a limited scholarly attention. It focuses on the historical roots of the institution of citizenship in Romania, on the main features of Romanian citizenship legislation, and on the relationship between citizenship and issues of state formation, construction of national identity, and the structuring of the private and public spheres. Special attention is devoted to social, ethnic, religious and gender groups excluded from Romanian citizenship, to their strategies of emancipation and their relation with the dominant national ideology.

Iordachi C. The California of the Romanians : the integration of Northern Dobrogea into Romania, 1878-1913. In: Trencsényi B, Petrescu C, Petrescu D, Iordachi C, Kántor Z, editors. Nation-Building and Contested Identities: Romanian and Hungarian Case Studies. Budapest: Regio Books; 2001. p. 121-52.
Trencsényi B. The Münchausenian Moment : Modernity, Liberalism and Nationalism in the Thought of Stefan Zeletin. In: Trencsényi B, Iordachi C, Petrescu C, Petrescu D, Kántor Z, editors. Nation-Building and Contested Identities: Romanian and Hungarian Case Studies. Budapest: Regio Books; 2001. p. 61-80.

The Unyielding Boundaries of Citizenship: The Emancipation of 'Non-Citizens' in Romania, 1866–1918

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Rumanskata Kaliforniia : integriraneto na Severna Dobrudzha v Rumaniia, 1878-1913

The California of Romanians : the extension of Romania's frontier in Northern Dobrudja, 1878-1913

Iordachi C. A románok Kaliforniája : a román határ kiterjesztése Észak-Dobrudzsában 1878-1913. Replika : szociológiai viták és kritikák : társadalomtudományi folyóirat. 2000;(40-41):239-61.

A románok Kaliforniája : a román határ kiterjesztése Észak-Dobrudzsában 1878-1913

The California of Romanians : the extension of Romania's frontier in Northern Dobrudja, 1878-1913Distinctive title of volume 40-41 of Replika: "A román történetírás kihívásai".

Iordachi C, Trencsényi B. A megújulás esélyei : a román történetírás tíz éve (1989-1999). Replika : szociológiai viták és kritikák : társadalomtudományi folyóirat. 2000;(41-42):165-94.

A megújulás esélyei : a román történetírás tíz éve (1989-1999)

Chances of renewal : historiography in RomaniaDistinctive title of volume 40-41 of Replika: "A román történetírás kihívásai".

Reconciliere politica versus discurs istoric : perceptia Ungariei in istoriografia romanesca, 1989-1999

Political reconciliation versus historical discourse : the image of Hungarians in Romanian historiography

Politikai megbékélés versus történeti diskurzus : az 1989-1999 közötti román történetírás Magyarország-percepciója

Political reconciliation versus historical discourse : the image of Hungarians in Romanian historiography

A román történetírás kihívásai

The Challenges of Romanian HistoriographyThematic block

Book review : Romania mare : intre competitii ideologice si consens nationalist

This article reviews the book Cultura si nationalism in Romania mare, 1918-1930 by Irina Livezeanu. (Editura Humanitas, 1998)