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Adina Babesh


 Adina Babes (°1982) is doctor in de Politieke Wetenschappen van de National School of Political Studies and Public Administration van Bukarest (2013) en heeft een Master diploma van de Hebrew University in Jerusalem in Israël (2012), de University of Bucharest in Roemenië (2008), en de Central European University in Boedapest, Hongarije, (2006).

Vanaf 2006 werkte ze als senior researcher bij het 'Elie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Roemanië, en in 2017 werkte ze als projectadviseur bij de Europese Commissie.

In oktober 2018 kwam ze het team van het CegeSoma versterken in het kader van het EHRI project.

Adina Babeş is de auteur van verschillende artikelen en studies gepubliceerd als boeken en  in wetenschappelijke tijdschriften.

Zij gaf lezingen op conferenties, seminaries en Rondetafels.

 

adina.babesh@arch.be

 

 

 

Publicaties
  • Rethinking victims, perpetrators, bystanders and rescuers: a case study on students' perceptions, in edited volume 'The Public Memory of the Holocaust in Post-Communist Romania',  editor Alexandru Florian, Indiana University Press, United States, 2018.
  • Guide of Codes and Symbols of the Extreme Right in Romania, public guide, co-authorship with Ana Bărbulescu, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Romania, 2017.
  • Preventing and combating racism, xenophobia and hate crimes: from the decisions of the European Commission to the implementation in Member States, in 'Holocaust. Study and Research' scientific journal of 'Elie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania, vol. IX, no. 1(10)/2017, ERIH Plus, CEEOL, EBSCO, Bucharest, Romania, 2017.
  • On Romanian Jews and Unsafe Boats, co-author Alexandru Florian, blog Seeking Protection, a
    International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, https://holocaustremembrance.blog/2017/03/13/on-romanian-jews-and-unsafe-boats/ , 2017.
  • Jewish life in Bucharest in the time of Holocaust (a research on survivors' diaries) in Holocaust. Study and Research' scientific journal of ʽElie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania, vol. VII, no. 1(8)/2015, National Research Council index: B, Academic databases: ERIH Plus, CEEOL, EBSCO,  2015.
    Religion and Integration in the Israeli Society, in edited volume ʽTo be or Not to Be a Jew', University of Bucharest Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania,  2015.
  • Alyiah of Romanian Jews – socio-statistical facts (historical approach) in ʽSfera Politiciiʼ, National 
    Research Council index: B, Academic databases: CEEOL, EBSCO, IPSA, PRO-QUEST, COPERNICUS, number 180-1, July – October, 2014.
  • Integration Patterns of Romanian Immigrants in the Israeli Society: Sociopolitical Aspects in 'Romanian Journal of Society and Politics' of National School for Political Studies and Administration, new series, vol. VIII, no.1, issue 15, Academic databases: CEEOL, EBSCO – CEEAS, ERIH Plus, Copernicus, DOAJ, 2013.
  • The Emigration of the Jews in the Antonescu Era, (co-author Dr. Alexandru Florian) in 'Holocaust. Study and Research' scientific journal of ʽElie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania, vol. IV, no. 1(5)/2012, National Research Council index: B, Academic databases: CEEOL, EBSCO, 2012.  
  • Linking Private Lives and Public Standards: the Hebrew Language Vehicle in Bulletin of the Center, Jewish Historical Museum and Archives of Romania, number 14-15, edited by the Center for the Study of Jewish History, Romanian Federation of Jewish Communities, 2011. 
  • Prelude to assassination. An episode of the Romanian Holocaust in ʽHolocaust. Study and Researchʼ scientific journal of ʽElie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania, vol. I, nr. 4(3)/2011.
  • 'Demnitate în vremuri de restrişteʼ (book about the Romanian Righteous among Nations), Hasefer Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania , 2008.
  • January 1941. The History, the Events and the Victims of the Pogrom in Bucharest in the yearly review ʽStudia Hebraicaʼ of Goren Goldstein Center for Hebrew Studies, University of Bucharest, Academic database: CEEOL, 2008.