Scientific researcher II
Filip Alexandrescu has been a researcher at the Research Institute for the Quality of Life since 2008.
Research areas: formation of environmental and climate vulnerabilities, social invisibilization processes, neoliberal urbanism and gentrification, stability/instability of actor networks, ethnographies of social and environmental change, the planetary mine.
Google scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kCqv5TMAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=2
Researchgate profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Filip-Alexandrescu
Filip Alexandrescu has been a researcher at the Research Institute for the Quality of Lifesince 2008, and since 2018 he is scientific researcher II(second degree). Between 2018 and 2020he was theprincipal investigator of the CATHARTICproject- Climate Change Adaptation Through an Environmental Justice Framework: The Case of Roma Communities in Romania (2018-2020), fundedby theExecutive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding, Romania (UEFISCDI).He is currently the investigator of a follow-up project entitled Nomesis – New spatialities, materialities and agents on the urban margins: Ethnographicencounters with neoliberal urbanism in EasternEurope(2022 – 2024) which aims to develop an edited international volume. The central focus of the volume is the relationality of urban processes which simultaneously create the concentration of wealth and of misery, of green areas and slums, of passageways and barriers etc. All these relationships are considered through the lens of the dynamics of dominant and subordinated groups.
Filip has relevant experience in EU and Romanian project proposals. He is involved in different networks with scholars working towards publications in peer-reviewed journals and volumes.
Research interests: environmental justice, segregated Roma communities and climate vulnerabilities, social networks and urban regeneration
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Call for papers: International Conference Social Inequalities and Quality of Life, 15-19 noiembrie 2021
Call for Papers Social inequalities and quality of life is an international conference organized by the Research Institute for Quality of Life at the Romanian Academy and Romanian Sociological Association. The conference will be organized in Bucharest and...
Call for workshop & Special issue: Domestic Objects: The Transformation of Everyday Life in Post-Socialist Era
The idea of material culture was present from the inception of social sciences as a way to somehow mark the distinction between what people do, what people believe, what they say they do and believe, and what people have. Various instances of this effort to...
New publication: Sebastian Fitzek (2020) “The Sacred and the political power – psychocial approaches of the collective imaginary in the collection of psycho-social sciences”. Bucharest: ProUniversitaria Publishing House.
We hereby announce the appearance in September 2020 of the volume written by Sebastian Fitzek, called "The Sacred and the political power - psychocial approaches of the collective imaginary in the collection of psycho-social sciences" of the ProUniversitaria...
New publication: Filip Alexandrescu (2020) Social Conflict and the Making of a Globalized Place at Roșia Montană, Bucharest: Pro Universitaria
We are delighted to announce the release of Dr. Filip Alexandrescu (2020) Social conflict and the making of a globalized place at Rosia Montană, Bucharest: Pro Universitaria The book is available from the Virtual Sociological Library...
The ICCV Conference “Social Romania 1918 – 2018. ICCV contributions to the knowledge of the Romanian society”
The ICCV Conference “Social Romania 1918 – 2018. ICCV contributions to the knowledge of the Romanian society” 14 November 2018, Bucharest In the series of events dedicated to the Centenary of the Great Union, the Research Institute for Quality of Life (ICCV), member...
From source to destination: new challenges of migration in Central and Eastern Europe Timişoara, 11th– 12thof September 2018 Organizers: RoMig - The Romanian Network for Migration Studies, Faculty of Sociology and Psychology and Faculty of Economics and Business...
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