Publications related to European/EU Studies
Lavinia Stan and Nadya Nedelsky, The Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice. on contract, Cambridge University Press, to be published in 2011.
Lavinia Stan and Lucian Turcescu, Church, State and Democracy in the Expanding European Union, in press, Oxford University Press.
Lavinia Stan and Lucian Turcescu, 1989-2009: Incredibila aventura a democratiei dupa communism. in press, Curtea Veche Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania.
Lavinia Stan, “Neither Forgiving, Nor Punishing?: Transitional Justice in Romania,” in Transitional Justice and Democratic Consolidation: Lessons from Eastern Europe and Latin America, ed. by Vesselin Popovski (Tokyo: United Nations University Press, in press).
Lavinia Stan, “Romania: In the Shadow of the Past,” in Central and Southeastern Europe since 1989, ed. by Sabrina P. Ramet (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, in production, forthcoming February 2010).
Lavinia Stan, “Eastern Christian Orthodox Views on the Body and Sexuality,” Women’s Studies International Forum, accepted for publication, forthcoming in 2010.
Kristin Ghodsee, Lavinia Stan and Elaine Weiner, “Introduction to Special Issue Dedicated to Eastern Europe,” Women’s Studies International Forum, accepted for publication, forthcoming in 2010.
Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, ed. by Lavinia Stan and Nadya Nedelsky (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, on contract):
Political Police (100 words);
Determinants of Post-Communist Transitional Justice (with N. Nedelsky, 3,500 words);
Access to Secret Files / File Access (with N. Nedelsky, 2,500 words).
Encyclopedia of Political Science, ed. by George T. Kurian (New York: CQ Press on behalf of the American Political Science Association, in press, forthcoming in 2009).
Transitional Justice (2000 words);
Orthodoxy in Political Thought (2000 words);
Religious Parties (1000 words);
Concordat (200 words).
Encyclopedia of Case Study Research, ed. by Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos and Elden Wiebe (Sage Publications, 2009):
Archival Records as Evidence (1500 words);
Content Analysis (2500 words).