Book Presentation and Discussion: “Socialist Heritage: The Politics of Past and Place in Romania.” University of Konstanz, Germany, February 7, 2022. (on Zoom).
“Architects, Archaeologists, and the Search for History in Bucharest’s Old Town.” The Balkan Circle, virtual lecture series of CREEEES at the University of Texas, Austin. February 18, 2022.
“Bucharest: The City and Its Stories.” Panelists: Sean Cotter, Emanuela Grama, Bogdan Suceavă. Moderator: Andreea Ritivoi. Event co-sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. October 29, 2021. (on zoom)
New Books Network. Socialist Heritage: The Politics of Past and Place in Romania. Conversation with Steven Seegal, December 2019.
“A Cold War Romanian Childhood.” Cold War Conversations Podcast.
Essay: “The Tenants of the Old Town.” Los Angeles Review of Books, September 1, 2021.
Interview, The Newsletter of the Society for Romanian Studies (Fall/Winter 2020)
“A file, an archivist, and a metal bookcase.” Peripheral Histories, Nov. 23, 2020. (On archival serendipity, or how I found the file that eventually led me to write my first book.)
“The book about Bucharest’s Old Town.” Interviewed by Cristina Bejan for Hora in America, May 2020.
Interviewed for “Romania comes to terms with monument to communism 30 years after Ceaușescu’s death,” by Shaun Walker, The Guardian, December 22, 2019.
“Eastern European Historian Emanuela Grama on Romania’s Heritage.” Interview for History News Network, September 2019.