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Ethno-Confessional Realities in the Romanian Area: Historical Perspectives (XVIII-XX centuries)

Brie, Mircea and Şipoş, Sorin and Horga, Ioan (2011): Ethno-Confessional Realities in the Romanian Area: Historical Perspectives (XVIII-XX centuries). Published in: This present collective volume, coordinated by Mircea Brie, Sorin Şipoş and Ioan Horga, contains the papers of the international conference held in Oradea between 2nd-5th of June 2011 (2011): pp. 1-319.

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Abstract

Ethno-Confessional Realities in the Romanian Area: Historical Perspectives (XVII-XX Centuries)

This present collective volume, coordinated by Mircea Brie, Sorin Şipoş and Ioan Horga, contains the papers of the international conference Ethnicity, Confession and Intercultural Dialogue at the European Union’s East Border (workshop: Ethno-Confessional Realities in the Romanian Area: Historical Perspectives), held in Oradea between 2nd-5th of June 2011. This international conference, organized by Institute for Euroregional Studies Oradea-Debrecen, University of Oradea and Department of International Relations and European Studies, with the support of the European Commission and Bihor County Council, was an event run within the project of Action Jean Monnet Programme of the European Commission n. 176197-LLP-1-2010-1-RO-AJM-MO

Contents: Barbu ŞTEFĂNESCU: Foreword; Barbu ŞTEFĂNESCU: Confessionalisation and Community Sociability (Transylvania, 18th Century – First Half of the 19th Century); Ion GUMENÂI Religious Minorities in Bessarabia during the -Reaction‖ of Nikolai I (The Case of Jewish Population); Eugen GHIŢĂ: Population, Ethnicity and Confession in the County of Arad in the Eighteenth Century and Early Nineteenth Century; Lavinia BUDA: “Oratory or the Rosary? a Nonexistent Controversy” in the Greek Catholic Church; Corneliu PĂDUREAN: Ethnic Groups and Denominations at Romania‘s Western Border in the Inter-War Period; Mircea BRIE: Ethnic Identity and the Issue of Otherness through Marriage in Northwest Transylvania (Second Half of the XIX - Early XX Century); István POLGÁR: The Thesis on the Historical Mission of Hungary in Central Europe and in the Balkans, and the Criticism Against it; Imola Katalin NAGY: Clashes of National Identities in Interwar Transylvania; Florentina CHIRODEA: Ethnic and Religious Structure Aspects from the Western Border of Great Romania. The Academy of Law Students in Oradea (1919-1934); Alina STOICA: The Image of Romania and the Romanians, the Portuguese Legation Perspective in Bucharest; Anca OLTEAN: Aspects from the Life of Romanian and Hungarian Jews during the Years 1945-1953; Sorin ŞIPOŞ: Silviu Dragomir and the North Roman Balkan Research in the Context of Romania’s New Political Realities; Cătălin TURLIUC: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Minorities‘ Rights in the 20th Century Romania. Theoretical and Methodological Aspects; Orsolya NAGY-SZILVESZTER: Notions of Belonging in 20th-Century Romanian-German Literature; Gabriel MOISA: National Minorities in Romanian Press from Oradea. Interwar Period; Ivan DUMINICA: Romanian Historiography of the Emigration of the Bulgarians in Bessarabia at the Beginning of the Beginning 19th Century; Alexandr ROITMAN: The Process of Conversion of the Jewish Population of Bessarabia, into Christian from Mosaic Religion, in the XIXth Century; Arthur Viorel TULUŞ: The Germans from Southern Bessarabia (Bugeac). From Colonization to Repatrion; Cătălin NEGOIŢĂ: The Emmigration of the Muslim Element from Dobruja.

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