Professor Spotlight: Dr. Daniela Moisa
Dr. Moisa has recently published her new book entitled ‘’La maison de la réussite. Dynamiques spatiales et mobilités socioéconomiques au village de Certeze. Roumanie”, exploring the spatial dynamics and socioeconomic mobility in the Romanian village. Her book is part of the “Patrimoine en mouvement” (Heritage in motion) collection with “Presses de l’Université Laval”, and is the result of her defended doctoral thesis in the field of ethnology. Congratulations Dr. Moisa!
Who is Daniela?
Dr. Daniela Moisa has been a faculty member at the University of Sudbury since 2017. She is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of “Culture et Communication”. She has a Ph.D. in Ethnology and has conducted many anthropology research projects in North America and Europe on many themes, including the house and home, migration, cultural heritage and diversity, and religious authenticity. In 2015, she directed with J. Roda a collective piece entitled “Diversité des patrimoines. Du rejet du discours à l’éloge des pratiques”, published at the “Presses de l'Université du Québec à Montréal”. Some of her current interests are the tiny-house movement and minimalism in Ontario and Québec, as well as the pedagogical and ethical issues of experiential learning in postsecondary institutions with ethnology and social sciences programs.
Learn more about Dr. Moisa by viewing her faculty page found here.