Maria Bucur has published revised versions of “How banning abortion will transform America” (with Kristen R. Ghodsee), in Public Seminar, and “Gender and Religiosity in Communist Romania: Continuity and Change, 1945-1989,” in Ina Merdjanova, ed., Women in Orthodox Christianity (New York: Fordham University Press, 20200. Her essay “Between Regional and Transnational Contexts” is the lead article in the Handbook for Gender in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia (New York: Routledge, 2021), edited by IU PhD History alumna Mara Lazda together with Janet Johnson (IU PhD in Political Sciences) and Katalin Fabian. IU PhD History alumna Jill Massinocontributed the essay “Gender and the ambiguities of economic transition in Romania.” On September 30th, Maria Bucur will deliver the paper “When the Invalids Came Home: Disability in Romania after WWI” at the conference Gender and Materiality in Central and Eastern Europe in the XXth Century, hosted by the Sciences Po Centre d’histoire in Paris.
Rebecca Spang’s “Abécédaire de l’argent” has been published in "Au miroir de l’argent" Sensibilités, histoire, critique et sciences sociales 9 (Sept. 2021), pp. 12-25.
The Rise of the Mongols: Five Chinese Sources, a collaborative work of translation by Christopher Atwood (formerly of CEUS) and Lynn Struve, has been published by Hackett Publishing of Indianapolis.
Ellen Wu has been named a Class of 2022 New America National Fellow. New America’s Fellows Program invests in thinkers—journalists, scholars, filmmakers, and public policy analysts—who generate big, bold ideas that have an impact and spark new conversations about the most pressing issues of our day.