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New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook 2017-2018: On the Threshold: Conformism, Dissent and (De)Synchronizations in Romanian Media Art in the 1960 and 1970s/ Horea Avram; The 'Rosarium' of Pelbartus of Themeswar: Notes on Its Sources/ Alexandra Baneu; The Survival and Re-Birth of an Idea: Prolegomena to a Theory and History of 'Messianic Feelings' with Constant Reference to the German-Jewish Modern Messianism of the Weimar Republic/ Lorin Ghiman; Beyond Consciousness: Psychology and Religious Experience in the Early Work of Mircea Eliade (1925-1932)/ Matei Iagher; Faire l’histoire de la 'littérature française' comme discipline académique dans la Roumanie moderne (1864-1948). Considérations théoriques et méthodologiques/ Dragos Jipa; The Perpetrators' Testimonies: The Case of Alexandru Draghici and His Associates/ Dumitru Lacatusu; Film and Theories of Interpersonal Understanding/ Mihai Ometita; Building a Profession: An Insight on the Professionalization of Engineers in Romania 1919-1940/ Dragos Sdrobis; The Musical Arsenal in the First World War: 'Die Wacht am Rhein' in Transylvanian Saxons' Repertoire/ Marian Zaloaga; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Yearbook, Europe Next to Europe Program, 2015-2016, 2016-2017: From Margins to Nation: Church Slavonic marginal Inscriptions and Their Value as Historical Sources for Macedonian Historiography/ Kristina Nikolovska; Songs, Myths, Identity and Territory: Serbian Kosovo Epic as 'Invented Tradition'/ Aleksandar Pavlović; Enthusiasm for Space: Affects and Hierarchies in the Production of Tarlabaşı/ Vildan Seçkiner; Citizenship and Otherness: Theorizing Constitutional Identities of the Balkan States/ Predrag Zenovic; Anti-corruption Institutional Framework in Serbia/ Marija Zurnić; 2015 Belgrade Lesbian March: Lesbian Separatism in Public Space/ Bojan Bilić; Learning Silenced Sexualities: War Rape Legacy and Trauma Transmission among War Rape Survivors/ Nena Močnik; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook 2016-2017: Staging Lu Xun in Contemporary Chinese Theatre. The Aesthetics of Morality in Rethinking Versions of Reality on the Experimental Stage/ Andreea Chirita; Rethinking the Iconic in the Age of Screen Technologies. A Byzantine Hierotopic Perspective on Seeing Images as Presence/ Adrian Gor; Accéder à la félicité : quelques remarques préliminaires sur les pensées politiques de Farabi et de Maïmonide/ Dan-Alexandru Ilies; Kirchenkritik in Zeiten der Rhetorik des Populismus. Eine Diskursanalytische Annäherung an Hans Küng/ Maria Irod; Popular Music and Official Culture in 1980s Socialist Romania/ Claudiu Oancea; Developments in Food Consumption in Socialist Romania during the 1960s and 1970s: Implications for a Reevaluation of Consumers' Experiences under Socialism/ Mircea-Lucian Scrob; Romanian Echoes of the Currency versus Banking Debate - From Unification to the Creation of the National Bank/ Tudor Gherasim Smirna; The Impact of Secularization and Spiritualizaton on Death Meanings and Practices, among Contemporary Romanians/ Adela Toplean; Population Movements, Displacement and Refuge during World War I in Romania (1916-1918)/ Radu Tudorancea; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Yearbook, Pontica Magna Program, 2015-2016, 2016-2017: With/out the EU's Perspective: Europeanisation Narratives in Ukraine/ Nadiia Bureiko; Post-Soviet Transnational Urban Communities: Institutions, Networks and Discourses/ Sevil Huseynova; Seeking the Barbarians: On the Trail of Ovid from Odesa to Balchik/ Andriy Lyubka; School Doctors, Hygiene and the Medicalization of Education in Imperial Moscow, 1889-1914/ Anna Mazanik; The Religious Factor in the Scottish Independence Referendum/ Sergei A. Mudrov; L’enseignement primaire des minorités ethniques dans les zones rurales de Bessarabie et de Transnistrie dans l’entre-deux guerres (1918-1940). Nationalisation et intégration nationale/ Petru Negura; Painting and Sculpture at the American National Exhibition in Moscow, 1959: Defining Success of a Hot Art Show During the Cold War/ Kirill Chunikhin; How Do We Produce Knowledge on a Country During Armed Conflict? The Challenges of Researching Ukraine in the Contexts of Euromaidan and Russia-Ukraine War/ Darya Malyutina; Constructions of Female Authority in the Byzantine Empire and Medieval Georgia: Comparative Approach to the Representation of Queen Tamar (R.1184-1213) and Byzantine Imperial Women/ Sandro Nikolaishvili; How Corruption Destroys Higher Education in Ukraine/ Ararat L. Osipian; Behind Estate: Cossack Particularism and Inadequacies of the National Paradigm/ Oleksandr Polianichev; A Springboard for Revolution?: The Establishment of the Moldovan ASSR and the Competing Visions of its International Revolutionary Role/ Alexandr Voronovici; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook 2015-2016: An Overview of Ludwig Wittgenstein's Early Philosophy: From Letters and Notebooks to the Tractus Logico-Philosophicus and a Little Beyond/ Andreea Esanu; The Mystery of the Human Being in Augustine: In Quest of the Foundations of an Apophatic Anthropology/ Georgiana Huian; The Wine-Tax Regulations and the Transformation of the State in Wallachia, 1740-1831/ Vasile Mihai Olaru; Idéologie de la Langue Nationale : Une comparaison entre le Français et le Roumain/ Cristiana Papahagi; Echanges Interculturels dans les Récits de Voyage des Français en Orient de la Deuxième Moitié du XVIIe Siècle/ Vanezia Parlea; The French Origins and Cultural Reception of the Romanian Translation of Henry David Thoreau's Walden/ Iuliu Ratiu; Virgil Madgearu at the Crossroads of an Anticapitalistic Trinity: German Historicism, Populism and Marxism/ Andreas Stamate-Stefan; Making (New) Sense of Marsyas in Late Antiquity: A Foray into John Malalas' Chronicle and its Literary Horizon/ Theodor E. Ulieriu-Rostas; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Yearbook 2015-2016: Not Another Constantine. Rethinking Imperial Sainthood Through the Case of John III Vatatzes/ Lorenzo M. Ciolfi; La Marseillaise and the Mob: Re/Deconstructing Antisemitism and Protest at the University of Strasbourg, 1937/ Erin Corber; Hungarian and Romanian New Left Groups in Global Context: Perspectives on the Relation Between Academic and Movement Politics/ Agnes Gagyi; From Estonian-Russian Inter-Marriages to 'Inter-regional' Marriages in Ukraine in the Times of Crisis/ Uku Lember; Rethinking Neo-Vedanta: Swami Vivekananda and the Selective Historiography of Advaita Vedanta/ James Madaio; Biologie et Agronomie en Roumanie sous l'Emprise du Lyssenkisme (1945-1965). Questions de Méthode/ Cristiana Oghina-Pavie; Anquetil Duperrron's Search for the Mughal Public Sphere: Orientalism as Political Economy in Eighteenth-Century France/ Blake Smith; Handel Und Staat. Ein Versuch Zum Wirtschaftstheoretischen Denken August Ludwig Schlözers/ Alix Winter; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Black Sea Link Program: Yearbook 2014-2015: Archives and Readers: Preservation and Circulation of Documents in Byzantine Monastic Archives/ Anna Adashinskaya; The Rethinking of Human Agency and the Science of Literature: Ideological, Sexual and Literary Politics in the Writings of Russian Formalists/ Asiya Bulatova; Who Writes the History of the Romans? Agency and Causality in Nikephoros Gregoras' Historia Rhomaike/ Divna Manolova; Explaining Russia's Foreign Policy Toward the Transnistrian Conflict (1991-2013)/ Octavian Rusu; Armenian Scribe and Painter Avag Tsaghkogh (14th Century)/ Lusine Sargsyan; The Ukrainian Far Right and the Ukrainian Revolution/ Anton Shekhovtsov; Some Iconographical Aspects of the Late Medieval Armenian Art on the Examples of the Altar Curtains from the Museum of the Armenian Church in Bucharest/ Nelli Smbatyan; Unsecularizing the World: Moldovan Baptists and Globalization of Religion/ Vitalie Sprinceana; Identity, Memory, Place, Narrative: The Case of Crimean Tatars/ Anastasiia Zherdieva; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College Yearbook, Europe Next to Europe Program, 2013-2014, 2014-2015: Branding the Ethnically Divided City: Between Metaphors and Social Realities/ Ana Aceska; Friendship and Symbolic Boundaries in Postsocialism: The Case of Croatian Upper Middle Class/ Dražen Cepić; A 'Splendid' Calamity and Tanzimat in the City: The Hocapaşa Fire of 1865 and Property in Disaster Law/ Eda Güçlü; Legitimating the Democratic State in Post-Communist Romania: Memory as a Cultural Good/ Sokol Lleshi; Secularism and Identitarian Orthodoxy: Trajectories of a Great Divide over the Notion of the West/ Slaviša Raković; Descartes' Solitude Thesis: A Neglected Aspect of the Cartesian Methodology/ Ioannis Trisokkas; The Black Sea and the Great War, the Naval Forces and Operations of the Ottoman and Russian Empires/ Ozan Arslan; Being Caught Between 'Anthropology at Home' and 'Anthropology Abroad': An Overview of Epistemological Positions of Ethno-anthropologists in the Balkan at the Turn of the 20th Century/ Čarna Brković; Passportism: Xenophobia from Discourse to Policy/ Srdjan M. Jovanovic; The Crisis and the Nation: 'Conservative Palingenesis' in Interwar Serbia/ Andrej Mitić; Technologies of Rebellion: Ottoman Balkans as a Site of Technological Contestation, 1878-1912/ Ramazan Hakki Oztan; Edited by New Europe College