This is the announcement for two of my talks at Lund University in October 2021. That was a fun trip:

Vigilante justice in Central and Eastern Europe – lone wolfs or misguided civil society?

Welcome to  two open lectures with 

Lavinia Stan, professor of political sciences, at St. Francis Xavier University in Canada and a guest lecturer at  European Studies, SOL, LU.

The lectures will take place 

18 October , 1:15-2:30 pm in  H435

“Vigilante justice in Central and Eastern Europe – lone wolfs or misguided civil society?”

And 

19 October 16.15–18.00 in B152 and at Zoom: https://lu-se.zoom.us/j/69542595209

Orthodoxy, Memory and Nationalism in Romania – Some Markers
 

In her work  professor Stan focuses on democracy and democratization — especially religion and politics, as well as transitional justice — in post-communist Europe. Her publications include “Church, State, and Democracy in Expanding Europe”, and “Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Romania” (published by Oxford University Press in 2011 and 2007, respectively) as well as “Post-Communist Transitional Justice: Lessons from 25 Years of Experience “ (co-edited with Dr. Nadya Nedelsky, Cambridge University Press)

https://www.lu.se/evenemang/vigilante-justice-central-and-eastern-europe-lone-wolfs-or-misguided-civil-society?fbclid=IwAR1cTp6diSjRysz-Qb5SyluPPcdGCvofwLowA52sCdypD4xARKigwJyadC8