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1. Bedreag, Elena; Bosomitu, Stefan; Firea, Elena; Lazar, Andrei Ioan; Leonte, Florin; Mateiescu, Zaharia-Sebastian; Micu, Cornel; Ungureanu, Cosmin; New Europe College [Ed.]
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program: Yearbook 2011-2012: Family Relationships, Attitudes and Collective Sensibilities in Testamentary Discourse in 17th and 18th century Moldavia/ Elena Bedreag; In the Age of Misery. The Romanian Sociology During the Communiste Regime (1948-1977)/ Stefan Bosomitu; Hagiographic Narratives of St. John the New in 15th-16th Century Moldavia. The Illustrated Cycle from the Episcopal Church in Roman/ Elena Firea; L'auteur devant la camera. Autobiographie et intermédialité/ Andrei Ioan Lazar; Between Constantinopole and Italy: Scholarly Circles, Agency, and Imperial Patronage in Byzantium Before the Fall (C. 1350-1453)/ Florin Leonte; The Interpretation of Miracles in the Thought of Sain Maximus the Confessor/ Zaharia-Sebastian Mateiescu; A Unique Policy of Urbanization? The Rural Systematization in Romania/ Cornel Micu; The Ideea of French Order: Ribart de Chamoust and the Questioning of Architectural Origins/ Cosmin Ungureanu; Edited by New Europe College
New Europe College, 2013, Bucuresti , (anuar) 303p., ISSN 1584-0298
Topics (ro): relatii de familie - testament - Moldova - sec.XVII-XVIII; sociologie - regim comunist - România - 1948-1977; naratiuni hagiografice - Ioan cel Nou, sfânt - Moldova - sec.XV-XVI; autobiografie - cinema - fotografie; carturari - patronaj - Bizant - 1350-
Topics (en): family relationships - testament - Moldavia - 17th-18th c.; sociology - communist regime - Romania - 1948-1977; hagiographic narratives - St. John the New - Moldavia - 15th-16th c.; autobiography - cinema - photography; scholars - patronage - Byzantium; m
Position: anuar UDC: 009(045)
Series: NEC Publications Series: New Europe College Yearbook
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