Romina Surugiu is Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies. She has published on specialized journalism in emerging markets, on mediating science in museums and media, and on the dynamics of work and gender in the media. She currently co-chairs Research Network 18 Sociology of Communications and Media Research of the European Sociological Association. She is a management committee member of the EU COST Action on the Dynamics of Virtual Work.
Recent publications: The Fragile Professional Identities of Digital Journalists in Romania, in Virtual Workers and the Global Labour Market (edited by J. Webster and K. Randle), Palgrave Macmillan, 2016; La médiation de la science. Analyse des expositions controversées des corps humains plastinés (coauthor V. Păuș), in Patrimoine, création, culture. À l’intersection des dispositifs et des publics (edited by B. Fleury and J. Walter), l’Harmattan, 2015; Science Reports and Religious Insights in Romanian National Media, European Journal of Science and Theology, 9, 5, 2013.