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Table of Contents From the University of Cluj and the Romanian Academy to Communist Prisons: The Arrest (5–6 May 1950) and Incarceration (May 1950 – July 1955) of Historian Ioan Lupaș (1880–1967) Download PDFView Abstract Literacy Efforts of Transylvanian Society
ROMANIAN STUDENTS FROM TRANSYLVANIA AT EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES. UNIVERSITY AS EDUCATIONAL IDEAL (15–17TH CENTURIES)
CORNEL SIGMIREAN Abstract Beginning with the 12th century, universities became, gradually, the main centers for shaping European culture and civilization, European elites. The development of cities and states imposed the promotion of trained, capable individuals to administer business, to master
ITALIAN-SPEAKING AUSTRIAN CITIZENS ON THE EASTERN FRONT (1914–1918). EXPLORING THE EAST IN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS
FRANCESCO FRIZZERA Abstract The group of Italian-speaking citizens of the Habsburg Empire living in Trentino, a small region located at the western border of the Empire, is an excellent example of the interruption of everyday life caused by the war.
LE DIVORCE CHEZ LES ROUMAINS ORTHODOXES AU SUD DE LA TRANSYLVANIE DANS LA DEUXIÈME MOITIÉ DU XIXe SIECLE
DANIELA DETEȘAN Abstract Until the introduction of civil marriage in Transylvania, through Laws XXXI, XXXII, and XXXIII/1894–1895, the contracting and dissolution of marriage was under the responsibility of the Church. Divorce was a relatively marginal and hard-to-measure phenomenon. Due to
ELA COSMA Founded 102 years ago, as the first Institute of National History in Romania (1920), over time affiliated to the Cluj University and to the Romanian Academy, the current Institute of History – “George Barițiu” – in Cluj-Napoca had
GHEORGHE CLIVETI Abstract This historiographical approach of a very complex topic, especially concerning the recognition of the Romania՚s Independence at the Congress of Berlin, in 1878, involved a very intensive investigation of the documentary sources and an accurate evaluation of