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Histoire accélérée et générations historiques : Le cas contrasté de la Moldavie et de la Roumanie (années 2000)

Abstract : The rapid changes induced by the 1989 revolutions left durable traces among eastern European populations. Divided into historical generations that do not share a common view on the past and on the future, from “lost generations” to “expected generations,” their perception of social life and their integration into history is reflected in their political, cultural, and economic choices. How could an anthropologist describe this current diversity on which lived historical experiences that he/she did not witness were determinant? The author tackles this question through two field cases conducted at the beginning of the 2000s in Romania and in the Republic of Moldova.
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Monica Heintz. Histoire accélérée et générations historiques : Le cas contrasté de la Moldavie et de la Roumanie (années 2000). Ethnologie française, Presses Universitaires de France, 2014, 44 (3), pp.399-407. ⟨10.3917/ethn.143.0399⟩. ⟨hal-01610226⟩

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