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Fabio Santos, Manuela Boatcă (2022): Europeanization as Global Entanglement, In: Büttner, Sebastian M., Monika Eigmüller, and Susann Worschech, eds. Sociology of Europeanization, Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG.

Manuela Boatcă (2021). Sociology of an Interconnected World. In: An Introduction to Sociology, ed. by Karim Murji, Sarah Neal and John Solomos, London: SAGE, 89-102.

Manuela Boatcă (2021): Race and Politics. Colonial Blueprint, Historical Exceptionalism, and Global Connections. In: Tanya Golash-Boza (ed.): A Cultural History of Race in the Modern and Genomic Age, vol. 6 of A Cultural History of Race, ed. by Marius Turda, London: Bloomsbury

Manuela Boatcă (2021): Counter-Mapping as Method. Locating and Relating the (Semi)Peripheral Self, Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, 46(2), 244-263. Link

Anna Amelina, Manuela Boatcă, Gregor Bongaerts, Anja Weiß (2020): Theorizing societalization across borders: Globality, transnationality, postcoloniality. Current Sociology 21(3). Link

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Thinking Europe Otherwise. Lessons from the Caribbean. Current Sociology, 21(3). Link

- selected as one of the most noteworthy academic papers of 2021 by the journal The Sociological Review. Link

- selected as one of the 20 key articles published in the 70-year anniversary issue of the journal Current Sociology. Link

Anca Parvulescu, Manuela Boatcă (2020): The Inter-Imperial Dowry Plot. Modernist Naturalism in the Periphery of European Empires, Interventions. International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 22(5), 1-26. Link

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Karibische Überseegebiete. Der Kolonialismus ist nicht vorbei, KATAPULT 17, April-Juni 2020, 20-25.

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Saisonkräfte. Du sollst den Spargel ehren. KATAPULT-Magazin, online. Link

Manuela Boatcă, Anca Parvulescu (2020): "Creolizing Transylvania: Notes on Coloniality and Inter-Imperiality." History of the Present 10.1, 9-27. Link 

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Laboratoare ale modernității. Europa de Est și America Latină în (co)relație, IDEA Design+Print, Cluj. Link

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Wann war die Dekolonisierung? Denk-Zettel aus der Karibik, PROKLA. Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft 50 (198), 111-124. Link

Manuela Boatcă (2020): Citizenship. In: Olaf Kaltmeier, Anne Tittor, Daniel Hawkins & Eleonora Rohland (eds.): Routledge Handbook to the Political Economy and Governance of the Americas, London: Routledge, 284-296. Link

Anca Parvulescu, Manuela Boatcă (2020): (Dis)Counting Languages: Between Hugo Meltzl and Liviu Rebreanu, Journal of World Literature 5(1), 47-78. Link

Anca Parvulescu, Manuela Boatcă (2020): The longue durée of enslavement: Extracting labor from Romani music in Liviu Rebreanu's Ion, Literature Compass, 17 (1-2), 1-21. Link

Claudia Rauhut, Manuela Boatcă (2019): Globale Ungleichheiten in der longue durée. Sklaverei, Kolonialismus und Reparationsforderungen. In: Karin Fischer, Margarete Grandner (eds.) Globale Ungleichheit. Über Zusammenhänge von Kolonialismus, Arbeitsverhältnissen und Naturverbrauch. Wien: Mandelbaum Verlag, 93-110. Link

Manuela Boatcă (2019): Forgotten Europes. Rethinking Regional Entanglements from the Caribbean. In: Breno Bringel, Heriberto Cairo (eds.): Critical Geopolitics and Regional (Re)Configurations: interregionalism and transnationalism between Latin America and Europe. Routledge. pp.96-116. Link

Manuela Boatcă (2019): Coloniality of Citizenship and Ocidentalist Epistemology. In: Dversia 03/19, special issue Decolonial Theory & Practice in Southeast Europe, pp. 55-77. Link

Manuela Boatcă, Julia Roth (2019): Women on the Fast Track? Coloniality of Citizenship and Embodied Social Mobility. In: Samuel Cohn & Rae Blumberg (Eds.) Gender and Development: The Economic Basis for Women's Power (pp. 197-218). London: Sage. Link


Manuela Boatcă, "Eurocentrism, Occidentalism, and Unequal Europes" (June 2018 at the Decolonial Summer School in Middelburg, Netherlands), (part I), (part II).