Petru Negură

Petru Negură (born May 17, 1974, Chişinău) is a sociologist from the Republic of Moldova.

Biography

Petru NEGURA held an M.ph. (D.E.A.) and Ph.D. in Sociology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris). He authored a book (Ni héros, ni traîtres. Les écrivains moldaves face au pouvoir soviétique sous Staline, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2009). Petru Negura is lecturer at the State Pedagogical University “Ion Creanga” and he was invited scholar / lecturer at the Ecole Doctorale en Sciences Sociales of Bucharest (EDSS, within the University of Bucharest), at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales of Paris (EHESS), and University of California, Berkeley. He teaches for several years, among other courses, “Case Study Methodology” and “Qualitative research methods in social sciences”, using modern research tools (including research software as NVivo). His current research topics: the sociology / social history of intellectuals in Eastern Europe and former USSR; the sociology / social history of public education in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union; the sociology / social history of the social welfare services in the USSR and post-Soviet Moldova. From 2010 to 2013, Petru Negura was country coordinator of the Academic Fellowship Program (Open Society Foundations / HESP) in Moldova. From 2011, he is director of the PLURAL Forum of Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences, based in Chisinau.

External links

  • Petru Negura's personal blog
  • The Doctoral Seminar in Social Sciences PLURAL
  • P. Negura's book Ni héros, ni traîtres. Les écrivains moldaves face au pouvoir soviétique sous Staline, 2009, on L'Harmattan publishing house site

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