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Anuarul istoriografic al Romaniei: VI,2016: Bibliografie selectiva/ Biblioteca Centrala Universitara 'Lucian Blaga' Cluj-Napoca; Coordonator general: Doru Radosav, coordonator: Lucia Turc; Autori: Andreea Bocos, Calin Emilian Cira, Maria-Stela Constantinescu-Matita, Elena Firea, Monica Gabriela Florea, Maria Kovacs, Monica Lupas, Adina Pop, Iulia-Maria Puie, Eva Szegedi, Lucia Turc; traducere in limba engleza: Elena Firea, Daniela Todor
New Europe College Yearbook: 2017-2018, 2018-2019: Recontextualizing PHILIA: two verbal echoes of Crito's argument in the speech of the laws in Plato's Crito/ Myrthe L. Bartels; Paradoxes of Project Subjectivity in Bosnia and Herzegovina: international intervention and reconfigurations of work/ Neja Nuna Cengic; Internationalization of Higher Education in Romania and Portugal: strategies and transitions at the (semi)-periphery/ Ligia Deca; Secrets and Privacy / MR. X. Dentith; Economic Migration in the Early League of Nations/ Madeleine Lynch Dungy; Shaping the Past: the founding of history as an aesthetico-logical science in the German Enlightenment/ Alessandro Nannini; Elena Bacaloglu and the Manifesto Nazionale Fascista Italo-Romeno. Analysis of unconsidered relations in the interwar period/ Ida Libera Valicenti; 'The Traveller from a lesser country': Hubert Butler and Yugoslavia/ Guy Woodward; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook: 2016-2017: Das Spiel der Emergenz. Aspekte ludischer Fiktion und Narration/ Robert Matthias Erdbeer; Nicht vergangenes, was das Herz noch reut: Exile, Memory, and the Search for Home in Herold Belger's Writings/ Brian Haman; The Mercenary Identity in Byzantium: the Case of Western European Mercenaries/ Savvas Kyriakidis; Being a Severan Author: Claudius Aelianus and Authorial Self-representation in Miscellaneous Compilations/ Alexandra Trachsel; In our World: Human Agency in Medieval and Early Modern Bulgarian Verbal Magic/ Svetlana Tsonkova; Moving Images, Static Lives: Interwar Polish Jewish Documentary Films/ Sarah Ellen Zarrow; [ editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook. Stefan Odobleja Program 2021-2022: Censors and Censorial Relations in Communist Romania: customs, conventions, and practices/ Andru Chiorean; Minority Political Agency and Orban's Mono-Pyramidal Rule: a comparative analysis of effects of Hungarian kinstate policies in Romania and Ukraine after 2010/ Tamas Kiss; Roadies: an ethnography of digitalisation of inequalities and precarisation in food couriers/ Iulius-Cezar Macarie (Julius-Cezar Macquarie); The Value of a Calorie: food policies and the making of standards of living in mid-20th century Romania/ Mara Marginean; Bound to the Column: Antichrist iconography in the Last Judgement scenes in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary/ Mihnea Alexandru Mihail; Identity, Secrecy, and War: the letters of Ivan III of Moscow to his daughter, Elena of Lithuania/ Iulia Nitescu; Keynes and Hayek: Commonalities and differences in business cycle theories/ Alexandru Patruti; Pathways of Knowledge Exchange: the dissemination of Romanian publications in Europe (second half of the 19th century-until the First World War)/ Bogdan Popa; Practice and Function of Ecclesiastical Recommendation in late antiquity (fourth-fifth centuries AD)/ Hajnalka Tamas; [editor: Irina Vainovksi-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook. Pontica Magna Program and Gerda Henkel Program, 2020-2021: War as Embodied and Emotional Experience: stories of internally displaced women from Abhazia/Nargiza Arjevanidze; Dramaturgy of Populism: post-electoral protest ideologies in Belarus/ Volodymyr Artiukh; Manufacturing Consent: the imperial ideology and senatorial representation in the Maxentian period (306-312CE)/Mariana Bodnaruk; Seasonal Migration as Local Practical Knowledge: historical continuity and change in rural Soviet Transcarpathia (1940s-1960s)/ Kateryna Burkush; Line of Miracle or Contamination? Sfânta Parascheva as a contested Pilgrimage amid Covid-19 Pandemic 2020/ Mustafa Yakup Diktaș; A Comparative Study on the Development of Commercial Institutions and practices in the Romanian Principalities/ Romania and Bessarabia (1812-1918)/ Andrei Emilciuc; Northern Encounters: the Russo-Finnish Border at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century in a Cross-Regional comparative perspective/ Oksana Ermolaeva; The Making and Unmaking of the Synagogue in Birzula: materiality, textuality and Agency in the early 1920's Soviet Union/ Dumitru Lisnic; B/Orderization of the Boundary: Entangled Perspectives on the Split Villages of the Tskhinvali Region/South Osetia / Nika Loladze; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook Stefan Odobleja Program 2020-2021: Gender and Sexuality under Romania's 1991 Constitution: between marginalization and public participation/ Elena Brodeala; Being Middle Class in Bucharest: an anthropological perspective/ Magdalena Craciun; 'Au-dela du fleuve de l'amitié'. Les Rencontres Litteraires entre la Roumanie et la Bulgarie dans la Premiere Decennie Communiste / Lucia Dragomir; An Arrangement of Distrust: the Bankcruptcy of Caritas and mutual-aid games in Romania (1992-1995)/ Andrada Istrate; The Historical Promises of Modern Philosophy/ Ciprian Jeler; The (Im)possible alliance and its Consequences: the impact of transnational humanitarian aid and politics towards institutionalized children in Romania (1990-2007)/ Luciana Jinga; Coping with Doubt in History: uncertainty and arbitrariness in the writing about the great Oriental Empires (1670's-1730's)/ Ioana Manea; The Cognitive Structure of Art Appreciation: a study on Northwest Coast Art/ Ancuta Mortu; Shame in the Emotional Life of the Germanic Heroic Poetry/ Catalin Taranu
New Europe College Yearbook Pontica Magna Program 2019-2020: Do starving people rebel? Hunger Riots as Bab'y Bunty in spring 1946 in Soviet Moldavia and the resistance debate/ Igor Casu; Surviving as small states between global powers: Armenia on the crossroads of the EU and the EAEU/ Nora Gevorgyan; A Second Bread: on Belarusian Choices/ Aleh Ivanou; Deservingness as transnational refugee governance queer asylum seekers in Turkey/ Mert Koçak; Articulation, distribution and transference of erotic power in the Soviet historical-revolutionary films and artistic documentaries/ Salome Tsopurashvili
Germanistik in Ireland: Jahrbuch der = Yearbook of the German Studies Association (GSAI): Volume 14/2019: Special Issue: Ethnic German Writers of Communist Eastern Europe/ Ethnisch deutsche Autoren im kommunistishen Osteuropa/ guest editors: Brian Haman..., Maria Irod...; editor: Gillian Pye...with Sabine Strümper-Krobb...
New Europe College Yearbook: Pontica Magna Program 2018-2019: The SMES development constraints in transitional and developing countries: Georgia & Romania/ Kaha Baindurashvili; State-led modernization and middle class subjectivities in post-soviet Azerbaijan/ Cristina Boboc; The other witch: ethnic minorities and witchcraft accusations in the Grand Dutchy of Lithuania/ Vital Byl; On Permanent migrant temporariness: the case of Moldovans in Italy/ Olga Cojocaru; Women of the Gulag in Liziko Kavtaradze's memoir: 'wives', urkas and political prisoners / Tamta Melashvili; Narratives of the Armenian polemics with the Muslims from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries/ Anna Ohanjanyan; 'Mimicking' the west? Russia's legitimization discourse from Georgia war to the annexation of Crimea/ Vasile Rotaru; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook: Gerda Henkel Program 2016-2020/Living conditions and (re)defining identity in the Gulag: a study based on autobiographical texts belonging to people from Bessarabia and Bucovina deported to Kazakhstan/ Aurelia Felea; The Jewish community and Russian authorities/ Artem Kharcenko; 'Instead of myself, I entrust to be in the court and to attend...': advocates in eighteenth-century Sloboda Ukraine/ Svitlana Potapenko; Hrabské in search of 'Divine and human law': the history of Greek Catholic - Orthodox Conflict in one village in interwar Slovakia/ Viktoriia Serhiienko; Dead-letter regimes in the post-soviet space: Strategies and communication/ Evgeny Troitsky; [foreword by Katharina Biegger; editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook 2019-2020: Knowing from experience: on induction in a broader sense and the intuition of essences/ Alexandru Bejinariu; Seeing like a bank: a money lender's perspective on the end of the Cold War/ Adrian Grama; La figure de Narcisse dans la littérature médiévale/ Alexandra Ilina; Religious imagination and immigration in Spinoza's political treatise/ Razvan Ioan; Narratives of space: Traditions between oral and written memory/ Anamaria Iuga; Divided collective memory and the judicialization of (past) necropolitical practices around institutions for children with disabilities in Romania / Leyla Safta-Zecheria; Peddlers, peasants, icons, engravings: the portrait of the tsar and Romanian nation-building, 1888-1916/ Andrei Sorescu; The Time of the chalice: of marriages, ancestors, and sons among gypsies in Romania/ Catalina Tesar; red Grivita: the building of a socialist neighborhood in Bucharest (1944-1958)/ Andrei Razvan Voinea; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook: 2018-2019: Judging Originality: the limits of intellectual property in architectural works/ Sebastian Botic; Contested Orthodoxy: Latins and Greeks in late medieval Jerusalem/ Valentina Covaci; Cars and Global Late Socialism/ Alina-Sandra Cucu; The Imperial Signs' (Nisan-i Hümayun): framing Muslim-Christian Relations in the seventeenth century Mediterranean/ Radu Dipratu; The Youth and the Unified Nation: social control and discipline in Romanian interwar high schools/ Anca Filipovici; The Structure of Rural Households in 19th century Moldavia and Wallachia: approaching old censuses, revisiting paradigms/Bogdan Mateescu; Plants as instruments of Knowledge in Early Modern Natural Philosophy/ Oana Lidia Matei; The British Connection: Jews and Judaism in the Anglican-Romanian Orthodox interfaith relations/ Ion Popa; Wie wohnt Jesus Gemäss den Apokryphen Thomasakten?/Cosmin Daniel Pricop [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
Schutzian Research: a Yearbook of Lifeworldly Phenomenology and Qualitative Social Science: vol.4/2012
New Europe College Yearbook: Pontica Magna Program 2017-2018: Getting over the double trauma: the second-generation Turkish-Germans' narratives of deportation from Germany and social integration in Turkey/Nilay Kilinç; Rural roots of authoritarian populism in contemporary Russia/Natalia Mamonova; Problems and preconditions of the Cossack service reform: late eighteenth-early nineteenth centuries/Andriy Posunko; The Mantra of Bucharest/Maria Rybakova; The crisis of the Soviet action-image: towards a deleuzian taxonomy of thaw cinema/ Sergey A. Toymentsev
Anuarul istoriografic al Romaniei: V,2015: Bibliografie selectiva/Biblioteca Centrala Universitara 'Lucian Blaga' Cluj-Napoca; Coordonator general: Doru Radosav, coordonator: Lucia Turc; Autori: Andreea Bocos, Calin Emilian Cira, Maria-Stela Constantinescu-Matita, Augusta Costiuc Radosav, Eliza Craciun, Monica Gabriela Florea, Monica Lupas, Adina Pop, Iulia-Maria Puie,Eva Szegedi, Lucia Turc; traducere in limba engleza: Elena Firea, Daniela Todor
Anuarul Istoriografic al României, IV, 2014: Bibliografie selectiva/ Biblioteca Centrala Universitara 'Lucian Blaga' Cluj-Napoca; Coordonator general: Doru Radosav, coordonator: Lucia Turc; Autori: Andreea Bocos, Calin Emilian Cira, Maria-Stela Constantinescu-Matita, Augusta Costiuc Radosav, Eliza Craciun, Monica Gabriela Florea, Denes Gyorfi, Anca Ifrim, Monica Lupas, Adina Pop, Lidia Prisac, Iulia-Maria Puie, Eva Szegedi, Lucia Turc; traducere in limba engleza: Elena Firea, Daniela Todor
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
Anuarul Istoriografic al României, III, 2013: Bibliografie selectiva/ Biblioteca Centrala Universitara 'Lucian Blaga' Cluj-Napoca; Coordonator general: Doru Radosav, coordonator: Lucia Turc; Autori: Andreea Bocos, Calin Emilian Cira, Maria-Stela Constantinescu-Matita, Augusta Costiuc Radosav, Eliza Craciun, Monica Gabriela Florea, Denes Gyorfi, Anca Ifrim, Monica Lupas, Adina Pop, Eva Szegedi, Lucia Turc; traducere in limba engleza: Elena Firea, Daniela Todor
Annalen van het Genootschap voor wetenschappelijke philosophie: Orgaan van het Genootschap voor wetenschappelijke philosophie Gevestigt te Utrecht/ Onder redactie D. Bartling
Thales: Recueil annuel des travaux et bibliographie/ Institut d'Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques de l'Univerdsité de Paris et Centre d'Études de Philosophie et d'Histoire de la PHilosophie dans leurs rapports avec les Sciences
Wissenschaftlicher Jahresbericht der Philosophischen Gesellschaft an der Universität zu Wien - Orts-Gruppe Wien der Kant-Gesellschaft für das Vereinsjahr 1931/32
Revue de Théologie, Troisième série
Neue Jahrbücher für Philologie und Paedagogik/ Herausgegeben unter der verantwortlichen Redaction von Alfred Fleckeisen und Hermann Masius