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  • Beciu, C., Ciocea, M., Mădroane, I.D., & Cârlan, A. I. (2018). Debating Migration as a Public Problem. National Publics and Transnational Fields, New York: Peter Lang, 275 pages, ISBN: 978-1-4341-5555-0.

Chapters in edited volumes

  • Cheregi, B.F. (2020). “The New Diaspora” and Interactive Media Campaigns: the Case of Romanians Migrating to the UK after Brexit, in Mahmutoglu, V., Morán González, J., Communication of Migration in Media and Arts, Transnational Press London, ISBN 978-1-912997-65-7,
  • Abraham, F. (2019). Rumunská revolúcia 1989. Historický kontext, priebeh a dozvuky (Revoluția română din 1989: context, desfășurare, consecințe), în P_a_m_äť _n_ár_o_d_a_ _(Revista Institutului Memoriei Naționale, Bratislava, Slovacia), ISSN 1336–6297, nr. 3, pp. 25-41.
  • Georgiu G., (2016). Modele de dezvoltare și raportul centru-periferie în viziunea unor gânditori români de la începutul secolului XX. In V. Macoviciuc, L. C. Bosca, L. O. Vreja (Eds.). Filosofie si Economie 2: Etica si rationalitate economică. București: Editura ASE.

Edited special issues of academic journals

  • Beciu, C., Mădroane, I.D., Ciocea, M., & Cârlan, A. I. (Eds.). (2017). Discourse in Transnational Social Fields. Special Issue of Critical Discourse Studies. 14(3).


  • Ciocea, M., Cârlan, A. I., & Cheregi B. F. (2019). The Articulation of Public Problems within a Communicative Figuration Approach, Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, vol. 3, no. 48, pp. 5-17, DOI: 10.21018/rjcpr.2019.3.279.
  • Beciu, C., Mădroane, I. D., Cârlan, A. I., & Ciocea, M. (2017). Power relations, agency and discourse in transnational social fields. Critical Discourse Studies, 14(3), 1-9.
  • Beciu, C., Mădroane, I. D., Ciocea, M., & Cârlan, A. I. (2017). Media engagement in the transnational social field: discourses and repositionings on migration in the Romanian public sphere. Critical Discourse Studies, 14(3), 1-20.
  • Ciocea, M. (2016). Negotiation of Identity in Transnational Contexts. The case of Romanian temporary workers in Italy. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations. Vol. 18, no. 2. DOI:
  • Ciocea, M., & Cârlan, A. (2015). Prosthetic memory and post-memory: cultural encounters with the past in designing a museum. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations Vol. 17, no. 2 (35)/July 2015. ISSN 1454-8100.

Participations in scientific conferences

  • Ciocea, M., Cârlan, A. I., & Cheregi. “The diaspora’s vote”: citizen empowerment and transnational ties in mobilization campaigns for 2019 European Parliament elections, ECREA Political Communication Section Interim Conference, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania, 26-27 March 2021
  • Mădroane, I., D., Cârlan, A., Keynote address:(Im)mobility and low-skilled migration in Romanian media. International Conference Migration and mobility inside European borders, Trentini nel Mondo – UNAIE,  with financial support from EZA-European Union, 19-20 February, 2021 available online:
  • Ciocea, M., & Cârlan, A. I. 'THERE in Romania about Romanian migrants, return and re-integration'/ 'ACOLO. În România despre migranți, revenire, integrare', workshop Romanian Diaspora in the UK and Romania’s image. Being ‘HERE’ and ‘THERE’,  Bournemouth University (BU) Comparative Centre for Politics and Media Research & The Institute of Sociology of the Romanian Academy, 27 November 2020
  • Abraham, F. Transitional justice – a Ghost? Reflections on the implementation in Romania of the paradigm ”Democratization through Decommunization”, international conference East-Central Europe, from Communism to Populism: Political Agency, Institutional Design, and Social Networks (1990-2020), University of Bucharest (Faculty of Political Science) and The Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 30 October 2020
  • Cârlan, A., I., Iconic images and the memory of the fall: echoes from Romania. EAST GALLERY: 1989-2019 - Conferenze Internazionali 30 anni dopo la caduta del Muro di Berlino. University Roma3 & Istituto Universitario SSML Gregorio VII, 11-12 Nov. 2019
  • Abraham, F.  Romanian Revolution of December 1989: from the historical event to the topic of political mythology, International conference ”Annus mirabilis 1989 and Slovakia: from a totalitarian regime to democracy”, Institute of the National Memory, Bratislava, Slovakia, 12-13 November 2019
  • Ciocea, M., Cârlan, A. I., & Cheregi, B. F. The Communicative Construction of Public Problems: Implications for a Research Agenda, presented at the 4th edition of the international conference Qualitative Research in Communication, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania, 26-27 September 2019
  • Abraham, F. Historiography and remembrance policies in Romania. The role of anti-communist ideology: 1989-2019, international conference Memory of Communism: Its Forms, Manifestations and Meanings, The Institute of Contemporary History in Prague, Czech Republic. 17-18 September 2019
  • Cheregi, B. F. The discursive construction of transnational migration in Internet memes. ”The new diaspora” as a semioscape, 7th edition of The Migration Conference, University of Bari, Italy, 18-20 June 2019

  • Cârlan, A., I., Neither confusion, nor boredom: text as dialectical, image as rhetorical in multimodal argumentation. 9th International Conference on Argumentation, ISSA, University of Amsterdam, 3-6 July 2018.
  • Cheregi, B. F. ”The new diaspora” and interactive media campaigns: the case of Romanians migrating to the UK after Brexit, The Migration Conference, Lisbon School of Economics & Management, Lisbon, Portugal, 26-28 June 2018, Best Paper Prize in Arts, Media and Migration 
  • Cheregi, B. F. Interactive Media Campaigns in Sending and Receiving Countries: the Case of Romanians Migrating to the UK after Brexit, workshop The Politics and Metaphisic(s) of Diaspora, New Europe College, Bucharest, Romania, 18 May 2018
  • Cârlan, A., I., Ciocea, M., Addressing those abroad, addressing the nation: Romanian diaspora between transnational fields and local instrumentalization,DiscourseNet 20: Exploring Fuzzy Boundaries in Discourse Studies, Károli Gáspár University, Budapest, Hungary 17-19 May 2018
  • Cârlan, A., I., Engaging the past through cinema: plausible accounts on a bank robbery under the communist regime, Rhetoric in Society – 6th Edition, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 3-5 July 2017
  • Cârlan, A., I., Argumentative Patterns across Contexts: Analyzing Debates on the Romanian Diaspora’s Right to Vote Abroad, European Conference in Argumentation 3rd Edition, University Fribourg, Swiss; 20-23 June 2017 
  • Beciu, C., Ciocea, M., & Cârlan, A. Discourses on diaspora in the Romanian Public Sphere, presented at the international conference Scientific Research Diaspora and the Higher Education in Romania, West University of Timișoara, 25-28 April 2016