Alexandra Dinca

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Faculty of Political Studies, Department of Sociology
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SH2_01 - Social structure, inequalities, social mobility, interethnicrelations
SH2_05 - Democratization, social movements
SH2_09 - Global and transnational governance, international studies, human rights
SH3_01 - Environment, resources and sustainability
SH3_02 - Environmental change and society
SH3_03 - Environmental regulations and climate negotiations
SH5_10 - Cultural studies, cultural diversity
SH5_11 - Cultural heritage, cultural memory
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Anthropology, Environmental Anthropology
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Alexandra is PhD Srudent in Anthropology and a freelance documentary photographer based in Bucharest, Romania. She has a BA in Journalism, a Master in Anthropology and is currently working on her PHD in Anthropology, researching the lies of the people living inside the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. She was selected to be part of the Noor Masterclass in Documentary Photography for the Balkans in Bucharest, the Foundry Workshop in Istanbul and the Editing for the narrative impact workshop at the World Press Photo event in Lucca, Italy. This year she was part of the Amphibious Dwellings panel at the SIEF conference, along with other PhD students researching life in the Deltas around the world.

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