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Lidia Cotovanu

Lidia COTOVANU, licenţă în Litere (Limbi clasice) la Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza” din Iaşi. Master în Istorie balcanică medievală la Universitatea din Ioannina (Grecia). Doctor în Istorie şi civilizaţii, cu teza Migrations et mutations identitaires dans l’Europe du Sud-Est (vues de Valachie et de Moldavie, XIVe – XVIIe siècles), EHESS, Paris, 2014. Cercetător ştiinţific III la Institutul de Istorie „N. Iorga” al Academiei Române. Publicaţii reprezentative: „The Naturalization of Greeks in the Romanian Principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia: Disputed Meanings, Contested Interpretations”, în A. Cuşco, Fl. Solomon, K. Clewing (ed.), Migration and Population Politics during War (time) and Peace (time): Central and Eastern Europe from the Dawn of Modernity to the Twentieth Century, Cluj-Napoca 2021: Mega, p. 65-87; „«Chasing away the Greeks…»: The Prince-State and the undesired foreigners (Moldavia and Wallachia, end of the 16th – beginning of the 18th Century)”, în O. Katsiardi-Hering, M.A. Stassinopoulou (ed.), Across the Danube: South Eastern Europeans and Their Travelling Identities (17th-19th Centuries), Leiden – Boston 2016: Brill.

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