AboutI’m a Ph.D. candidate in History and Political Studies working both at the University of San Martín (Argentina) and the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (France). I am interested in Central and Eastern European history, including Yiddish studies, as well as in studies of political and economic transition.
My doctoral research is focused on the transformation of social sciences in Serbia and Croatia during the first phase of the Yugoslav breakup (1991-1995). On the one hand, I analyze how sociologists, anthropologists and political scientists conceptualized the political and social transformations of the time. On the other hand, I examine the transformation of their conditions of work and production. From a methodological point of view, my research draws from intellectual and conceptual history, as well as from the more traditional sociology of intellectuals.
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