Irina Livezeanu

Irina Livezeanu is a Romanian-born American historian. Her research interests include Eastern Europe, Eastern European Jewry, the Holocaust in Eastern Europe, and modern nationalism. Several of her publications deal with the history of Romania, Moldova, and Bessarabia. Since 1996, she is Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh. In 2010 she became president of the Society for Romanian Studies.

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... Romania (Cultural Politics in Greater Romania), Irina Livezeanu builds on the theories of American social anthropologist Ernest Gellner, specifically on his definition of nationalism as a product of industrial ... According to Greenfeld and Livezeanu, although nationalism was generated by economic and social development in England, it grew independently from that point on, and was equally able to impose ... Irina Livezeanu applied these concepts to the study case of Greater Romania, and, in particular, to the process of Romanianization associated with the ...