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Dan Gheorghe Dungaciu
Dan Dungaciu 2019.jpg
Dan Dungaciu in 2019
Born (1968-10-03) October 3, 1968 (age 52)
CitizenshipRomania
Moldova
Alma materUniversity of Bucharest
EmployerUniversity of Bucharest
Known forexpert in the situation in Moldova
Editorialist Vocea Basarabiei

Dan Gheorghe Dungaciu (born October 3, 1968 in Târgu Mureş) is a Romanian sociologist and an expert in the situation in Republic of Moldova.

Biography

Dan Gheorghe Dungaciu was born on October 3, 1968, in Târgu Mureş. He graduated from University of Bucharest in 1995 and received his PhD in 2002. Dan Gheorghe Dungaciu teaches at the University of Bucharest. He served as Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Romania).[1]

Dan Dungaciu is a well recognized expert of political and social events that occur in Republic of Moldova and author of many articles and analyses, including of a book titled "Who are we? Chronicles from East and West." Moreover, he is an editorialist of Vocea Basarabiei and Timpul de dimineaţă.

He obtained a Moldovan citizenship on July 16, 2010, when he became an advisor for European Integration for president Mihai Ghimpu.[2] He married Moldovan journalist Stela Popa in October 2012.[3]

Awards

Dan Dungaciu is laureate of the Dimitrie Gusti prize for sociology offered by the Romanian Academy (1995) and the International Prize for Sociology of the University of Istanbul (2001). In 2009, the interim President of Moldova Mihai Ghimpu signed a decree on bestowing an Order of Honour (Romanian: Ordinul de Onoare) on Dan Dungaciu.[4]

Works

  • Sociologia şi geopolitica frontierei (coauthor), 2 volume, 1995.
  • Istoria sociologiei. Teorii contemporane (coautor), 1996.
  • "Reţelele omeniei" şi reţelele mistificării, 1997.
  • Enciclopedia valorilor reprimate, 2 volume, 2000 (coautor)
  • Statul şi comunitatea morală. Memorii (1904–1910), Traian Brăileanu, (ediţie îngrijită, studiu introductiv şi repere bibliografice de Dan Dungaciu), 2002.
  • Sociologia românească interbelică în context european, 2002.
  • Naţiunea şi provocările (post)modernităţii, 2002.
  • Moldova ante portas, 2005.
  • Cine suntem noi? Cronici de la Est de Vest, Editura Cartier, Colectia Cartier Istoric, 2009.

External links

Notes

  1. ^ DECIZIE nr.52 din 11 mai 2006 privind numirea domnului Dan Dungaciu în funcţia de subsecretar de stat pentru românii de pretutindeni în cadrul Ministerului Afacerilor Externe
  2. ^ Dan Dungaciu a devenit cetăţean al R. Moldova şi consilier al preşedintelui interimar Mihai Ghimpu
  3. ^ "Stela Popa şi Dan Dungaciu s-au căsătorit!" (in Romanian). Jurnal de Chișinău. 2012-10-06. Archived from the original on 2012-10-09. Retrieved 2012-10-08.
  4. ^ Dan Dungaciu, decorated by President of Republic of Moldova
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