Ioana Repciuc

Ioana Repciuc

Ioana REPCIUC (born in 1983) received her PhD in Romanian Language and Folklore from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi (in 2010) with a thesis on the poetics of Romanian charms compared with other European patterns of this folk tradition. Since 2006, she is a full-time researcher at the Department of Ethnology of the „A. Philippide” Institute of Romanian Philology, Romanian Academy – Iasi Branch. She was a visiting researcher at universities in Germany, U.K., USA, and Poland. Her primary research interests are: Romanian and European ethnology, folk text analysis, sociology of religion, and anthropology of Eastern Europe.

Articles published in “Diacronia”

Book reviewDiacronia 8, October 7, 2018, A126
Florin Dumitrescu, Tradiții la supraofertă. Între socoteala din agenție și cea de la raft, Cartier Antropologic, Chișinău, 2015, 191 p.

Book reviewDiacronia 4, August 1, 2016, A58
Sadhana Naithani, Folklore Theory in Postwar Germany, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 2014, 142 p.

Other publications

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