Politici imperiale în Estul şi Vestul Spaţiului Românesc
[Imperial Politics in the East and West of the Romanian Space]
The volume brings together more than 30 papers grouped in five sections: 1. Empires, models and imperial politics: issues and historiographies, 2. Politics, administration and society within the Empires from Middle Age, 3. Politics, administration and societies within the Empires from Modern Epoch, 4. Constructions and Imperial strategies in Romanian space in XX century, 5. Consequences and echoes of imperial politics in recent history. Authors such as Emil Dragnev, Barbu Ştefănescu, Andrei Cuşco, Victor Taki, Gabriel Moisa, Igor Şarov, Florin Sfrengeu, Şerban Turcuş, Ioan-Aurel Pop, Ion Eremia, Mihai Georgiţă, Sorin Şipoş, Florina Ciure, Ioan Ciorba, Bodo Edith, Cristian Apati, Valentin Tomuleţ, Ion Gumenâi, Ludmila Coadă, Andreana Brândaş and Emilia-Adina Gale, Mircea Brie, Ovidiu Mureşan, Radu Românaşu, Dana Pantea, Adrian – Claudiu Popoviciu, Octavian Ţîcu, Florentina Chirodea, Polgar Istvan, Gheorghe Palade, Antonio Faur, Teodor Candu, Penka Peeva, Alina Stoica, Mihai Drecin, Ion Zainea, Cristina Dogot, Sergiu Musteaţă, Titus Fizeşan, Ioan Horga, Dorin Ioan Dolghi, Luminiţa Şoproni, Constantin Ţoca express interesting points of view related to the history of Romania and Bessarabia, found at the confluence of three great empires. The papers presented in the volume includes topics such as byzantine inheritance in Eastern Europe, hisorical reality and historiographical ideas between the Austrian „iron yoke” and Turkish „wooden yoke”; contruction of Bessarebia, Imperial and National models; historiographical imperialism at East and West of Romania; Russian historiography between political and historical discourse; anti-imperial attitudes in Latin-Hungarian cronicals; Dominus totius mundi, Christianitas and Transylvania at the beginning of XIII century; The politics directed against the „schismatics” from Transylvania and western parts in XIVth century; the Moldavian – Russian treaty from 1656; Confession, religion and society under the Turkish rule in Oradea; the religious policy of the Court of Vienna in the Principality of Transylvania (1692-1701): the case of Romanians; between Habsburgs and Ottomans: Francisc Rákóczi II in the light of newly discovered venetian documents; measures of combating hungriness from the first half of XVIII th century – beginning of XIXth century; the effects of the politics of protection of Austrian state on the peasantry from Bihor; the implementation of matricol protocols in orthodox parishes from Bihor (1779-1847); Repercurssions of the regime of tsarists domination on the genesis and evolution of the commercial bourgeoisie from Bassarabia (1812-1830); The confessional politics as an ellement of denationalization seen by imperial Russian strategies at its western boundaries; the impact of Imperial politics on the periphery: the role and the place of the institution of zemstva in Bessarabian society; Orthodox reaction to the politics of catholicization. Other papers are focusing on the following topics: Juridical reglemmentations concerning the family in Austrian and Hungarian legislation from the second half of XIX th century, Romanian projects of federalization in XIXth century and at the beginning of XX century; Austro-Hungarian School Politics in Transylvania and the attitude of Romanian Parliament (1890-1907); The immage of England in the activity and stories of Romanian diplomats in XIXth century; European Commission of Danube (CED), functionalist model in in internatioanal relations arena; Bessarabia from Russian empire to Greater Romania: A study of Interdependency between the process of integration and the Soviet interference; Law Academy of Oradea during the period of transition from Hungarian authorities to the Romanian ones (1919-1921); A Romanian-Hungarian political dispute: the count Istvan Bethlen about the historical mission of Hungary in Central Europe and Balkans; The impact of Soviet rapt from June 28 1940 on the intelectuality from Bessarabia; Reports of French diplomats about the Soviet ultimatum in the summer of the year 1940; From the history of the administrative-territorial organization after the setting free of Bessarabia from the Soviet occupation. Case study: Vasieni village, Lapusna county (July 1941-March 1942); The 1945 Moscow Conference and the United States Policy on the Diplomatic Recognition of Bulgarian and Romanian Governments; The postbelic crisis and its repercurssions on the dayly life in Romania, in the view of Martinho de Brederode; The External Politics of Popular –Democrat Romania from obedience to Moscow to national demnity (1958-1968); The historical speech related to the territory from Eastern Romanian space, in the years 1966-1977, and the cenzorship. A comparative perspective; Romanian public administration from communism to reform and Europenization; The teaching of history in the Republic of Moldova and the tentatives of adherence to Soviet imperialist practices; The failure of a mediation between two imperialisms – OSCE and the frozen conflicts from ex-Soviet space; Imperial Trends in Global International Society; Political Geography in the area of Black Sea. The role of Romania; The Empires of communication – global campaigns that lead the world; Oradea -crossborder city – a historical analysis.
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