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Whatever others may feel, we feel at home in our Museum. We feel good here, we like to look around the rooms with painted walls, full of beautiful, surprising or simply familiar objects. We feel closer to our parents and know there are stories here to share with our children. Working together everyday, we sometimes feel like a big family. Do you hesitate to believe us? Come to the Peasant Museum and see for yourself…




Revista MARTOR, Nr. 16 din 2011




Towards an anthropology of success / Pour une anthropologie de la réussite

Contents/ Sommaire

Daniela MOISA
Pour une anthropologie de la réussite


Postcommunist success stories / Histoires de réussite dans les pays postcommunistes
Bogdan IANCU
The Golden Age of Termopane. The Social Life of Post-Socialist Windows

Daniela MOISA
Du couteau à la maison. Pratiques et matérialités de la réussite au village de Certeze

Răzvan DUMITRU
Politics and Practices in Post-Soviet ‘Business’: between shame and success

Răzvan NICOLESCU
Solid Houses and Distant Homes. The Morality of Domestic Space in Southeast Romania

Șerban VĂETIȘI
The Material Culture of the Postsocialist City. A Success/Failure Perspective

Petruț CĂLINESCU
Paris – Negrești. Work migrants in between homes
Photographic essay


Negotiating success and failure / Négocier la réussite et l\'échec
Ana MARIN
Le rôle de la honte dans le contexte d’un avortement. L’exemple de la Moldavie

Jocelyn GADBOIS
La face cachée de la réussite. L’exemple du Texas Hold’em en ligne et hors-ligne

Olha OSTRIITTCHOUK
La victimisation comme stratégie politique gagnante et moyen de reconnaissance sociale dans les sociétés postcommunistes (l’exemple de l’Ukraine)

Cheryl KLIMASZEWSKI, James M. NYCE, Gail E. BADER, “Success stories” as an evidence form: Organizational legitimization in an international technology assistance project

Museology : Museum authors / Muséologie : Auteurs de musées
Gabriela NICOLESCU
The Museum Device. Notes from the making of an exhibition

Interview with Dragoș NEAMU
ARCA Museum in Dumbraveni. Armenian memory in suitcases




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