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Full pdf volumes:

1/2018: Assessing Nature: between Zones of Exploitation and Protection
Guest editors: Ágota Ábrán and Iulia Hurducaș

2/2018: Fieldwork in Socialist Romania: The UMass Romanian Research Group
Guest editors: Marian Viorel Anăstăsoaie, László Fosztó and Iuliu Rațiu



2/2016: Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Religion and Economy:
Emerging Spiritualities and the Future of Work

Guest editors: Anca SIMIONCA and Sorin GOG

1/2015: Changing Labour, Changing Universities. Case Studies from Romania

1/2014: In Memoriam Raymond Boudon
2/2014: Modes of Appropriation and Social Resistance

1/2013: Nationalism and Identity in Cross-National Perspective
Guest editors: Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow,
within the Cross-national Studies: Interdisciplinary Research and Training Program (CONSIRT).
2/2013: Spatialization and Racialization of Social Exclusion. The Social and Cultural Formation of
‘Gypsy Ghettos’ in Romania in a European Context

Guest editor: Enikő Vincze

1/2012: Focus on Central and Eastern Europe
2/2012: Ethnicity in Migration. Romanian Immigrants at Home and Abroad
Guest editors: Irina Culic and Remus Anghel.

1/2011: Twenty Years of Post-Communist Transformations. Changes in Values and Attitudes
Guest editors: Wil Arts and Mălina Voicu.
2/2011: The Politics of Memory
Guest editors: Don Kalb and Florin Poenaru.

1/2010: The social ecology of school success. Implications for policy and practice
Guest editors: Maria Roth, Gary Bowen, Teodor Paul Hărăguş.
2/2010: Remaking the Social. New Risks and Solidarities
Special issue occasioned by the First International Conference of the Society of Sociologists from Romania,
hosted by the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Babeş-Bolyai University, December 2010.