Camil Francisc Roman

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Curriculum vitae

EDUCATION


2010-2017       University of Cambridge (Cambridge, England)

Ph.D. in Politics and International Studies.

Thesis title: The French Revolution as a liminal process: towards a political anthropology of radical social changes.

 

2008-2009       University of Warwick (Coventry, England)

MA in International Relations. Graduated with Distinction.

 

2002-2006       National School of Political Studies and Public Administration (Bucharest, Romania)

                        Diploma in Political Science. Best final examination grade (exam + dissertation). Ranked 6th in my generation (cohort of 82 students).

 

1997-2002       Otto-Hahn Gymnasium (Karlsruhe, Germany)

                        Abiturzeugnis/ High school diploma.  

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN ENGLISH AND ITALIAN


Present appointments

Since               Lecturer in Political Science - John Cabot University, Rome  

Jan. 2017        Courses: Introduction to Political Theory (English)

                                      World Politics (English).

 

Since               Lecturer in Sociology and Political Science – LUMSA University (Rome)

Feb. 2018        Courses: Sociology and Contemporary Societies (English)

   Global and Regional Studies (Italian)

   International Relations and Strategic Studies (English).

 

Past appointments

Feb. -               Lecturer in Political Science - Roma Tre University

May 2018       Postgraduate seminar: Interpreting the French revolution.

 

Mar. 2012       Postgraduate seminar assistant: course ‘Democratisation’ for the Master of Studies in International Relations, Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge.

 

Dec. 2011        Postgraduate seminar assistant: course ‘Thinking about War’ for the Master of Studies in International Relations, Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge.

 

2011/2012      Seminar supervisor for undergraduate students from Downing College and St. Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge

Orari di ricevimento

Martedi 16.00-17.00; Giovedi: 13.00-14.00 (Vaschette)

 

 

Didattica e insegnamenti

Insegnamento Anno accademico CFU

SOCIOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES

2023 / 2024

9

SOCIOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES

2022 / 2023

9

STUDI GLOBALI E REGIONALI

2022 / 2023

9

SOCIOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES

2021 / 2022

9

Tutte le pubblicazioni

PUBLICATIONS – IN PREPARATION


(forthcoming 2024) Leaping Power into the Unlimited: the French Revolution and the Political Metamorphosis of the World, London: Routledge 

 

PUBLICATIONS


(2022) ‘Sovereign power and the politics of the pandemic as elementary parasitic social

relation’ in A. Horvath and P. O’Connor (eds.) Liminal Politics in the New Age of Disease: Technocratic Mimetism, (London: Routledge), pp.139 – 204.  

 

(2020) ‘Charisma: from divine gift to the democratic leader-shop’, in A. Horvath, A.

Szakolczai and M. Marangudakis (eds.) Modern Leaders: Between Charisma and Trickery, (London: Routledge), pp.35 – 57.

 

(2019)  Divinization and Technology: the Political Anthropology of Subversion., by

A. Horvath, C. F. Roman and G. Germain (eds.), London: Routledge. Book co-editor.

 

(2019) ‘The modern schismogenesis in European thought and politics and the rise of the

derivative self: Subversion as divinizing the void’ in A. Horvath, C. F. Roman and G.

Germain (eds.) Divinization and Technology: the Political Anthropology of

Subversion. (London: Routledge), pp.53 – 72.   

 

(2019) ‘Introduction: divinisation and technology – the political anthropology of subversion’

in A. Horvath, C. F. Roman and G. Germain (eds.) Divinization and Technology: the

Political Anthropology of Subversion. (London: Routledge), pp.1 – 13. Co-author with

A. Horvath and G. Germain. 

 

(2019) ‘Conclusion’ in A. Horvath, C. F. Roman and G. Germain (eds.) Divinization and

Technology: the Political Anthropology of Subversion. (London: Routledge), pp.187 –

189. Co-author with A. Horvath and G. Germain. 

 

(2018) ‘The French revolution and the craft of the liminal void: from the sanctity of power to

the political power of the limitless sacred’, Historical Sociology. Journal of the

Historical Social Sciences, 10:1 (2018), pp.71 – 91.

 

(2018) ‘The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in the Prussian Political Imaginary: a Political Anthropological Genealogy of the ‘Special’ German-French relations’, Journal of International Relations and Development, 21:2 (2018), pp.322 – 345.

 

(2018) ‘Inside the Sacrificial Carnival: Theatre, Novels and Modernity. A Review Essay on Arpad Szakolczai’s Novels and the Sociology of the Contemporary’, International Political Anthropology, 11:2 (2018), pp.5 – 22.

 

(2017) ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on Heinrich Popitz’s Phenomena of Power’,

International Political Anthropology, 10:2 (2017), pp.3 – 6. Co-author with Agnes

Horvath.

 

 

(2017)  ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on John von Heyking’s  ‘The Form of Politics.

Aristotle and Plato on Friendship’, International Political Anthropology, 10:1 (2017),

pp.3 – 7. Co-author with A. Horvath.

 

(2016)  ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on Tilo Schabert’s ‘The Second Birth: On the

Political Beginnings of Human Existence’, International Political Anthropology, 9:2

(2016), pp.3 – 8. Co-author with A. Horvath.

 

(2015) ‘Liminality, the execution of Louis XVI and the rise of terror during the French

Revolution’, in B. Thomassen, A. Horvath and H. Wydra (eds.) Breaking

Boundaries: Varieties of Liminality (Oxford: Berghahn Books), pp.141 – 163.

 

(2014) ‘Walking and praying into the condition of the witness: steps towards a non-sacrificial

philosophical anthropology’, International Political Anthropology, 7:2 (2014), pp.59 –

78.

 

(2007) ‘The security and defence policy of Romania and its military acquisitions’ in Bondar,

Florin (ed.) Public Policies and Public Administration (Iasi: Polirom Publishing

House), pp.269 – 284. Co-author with Andrei Miroiu.