Prof. dr. Dr. Nicolae ISAR was born in 1937 in the town Slanic-Prahova.
History graduate of the University of Bucharest in 1962, then teaching in the university, covering all steps of the university, from assistant to full professor (in 1995).
Ph.D. in history in 1973, PhD 1997.
Teacher consultant in October 2007.
Specialist in the modern history of Romania, having as priorities for research and education history of culture, history, etc. institutions.
It is the second prize winner of the Romanian Academy science, "N. Iorga "1985," N. Balcescu ", 1993.
He has published 30 books, over time and over 100 scientific studies and articles in magazines.
Among the books are:
- Romanian publishers and the French cause (1854-1859), 1991 (N. Balcescu Prize of the Romanian Academy on 1993);
- National School of St. Sava and spirit of the age (1818-1859), 1994;
- Romanian principalities in the Age of Enlightenment (1770-1830), 1999 and 2005;
- The modern history of the Romanians. I (1774-1848), 2001 and 2005;
- The modern history of the Romanians. Building national state (1848-1866), 2002;
- The modern history of the Romanians. II. (1848-1878), 2003 and 2005;
- Under the sign of romance. From Prince to writer Simeon G. Bibescu Marcovici, 2003;
- European culture and national spirit. School of Gheorghe Lazar Bucharest University (1818-1864), 2004;
- Romanian Principalities in 1821-1848. Into national revival, 2004;
- Testimonials and French concerns about the Romans. Eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, 2005;
- The history of the 1848 generation. Revolution, exile - historical destiny, 2006;
- The modern history of the Romanians (1774/1784-1918), 2006;
- Under the light signal. Figures of the era from 1821, 2006;
- State-Church relations in modern Romania (1821-1914), 2007;
- Doctrine and debates legislation junimist-conservative Roman Parliament. (1891-1895), 2007;
- Nicolae Iorga in memory defense Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza, 2007;
- Revolution of 1848 in the Romanian Principalities with a study of his personality in his vision Balcescu N. N. Silberman, 2008;
- The political history of the Romanian Principalities. From Phanariot the national reigns (1774-1829), 2008;
- From Orthodoxy to the national awakening. Life and work of Eufrosin path (1787-1858), 2008.
- Great view of Romanian Nicolae Iorga, 2009
- Romania into modernization. From Alexandru Ioan Cuza to Charles I, 2010
Preface / 5
I. The National School from St. Sava under the leadership of Gh. Lazar (1818-1822) / 9
1. The premises for the foundation of the national school from St. Sava / 9
2. The functioning of the school under the leadership of Gh. Lazar / 25
II. The activity, work and ideas of Eufrosin Poteca (1787-1858) / 37
1. A look at the origin and intellectual formation of Eufrosin Poteca / 37
2. The activity and ideas of Eufrosin Poteca from the years of teaching at St. Sava (1825-1832) / 53
3. A long echo of the Enlightenment from his youth: the activity of E. Poteca during the abbot's office at the Motrului monastery (1832-1858) / 78
III. The life, work and ideas of Simeon Marcovici / 100
1. A look at the life and activity of the scholar / 100
2. Socio-political and literary work / 117
2.1. The publicist and the socio-political thinker / 117
2.2. Author of "Rhetoric" and translations of Western literature / 134
3. A true moralist, the author of "The Duties of the Christian Man" / 147
3.1. The ephemeral character of human existence and the purpose of faith / 149
3.2. The debts of the Christian man and the spirit of national revival / 157
IV. The socio-political ideas of Iosif Genilie, professor at the National College „St. Sava ”(1831-1852) / 170
V. The problems of the school and the teachers from “St. Sava ”in the revolution of 1848/189
I. Gh. Lazar in memorable evocations
1. I. Heliade Radulescu, Biography of Gheorghe Lazar / 203
2. The reception speech at the Romanian Academy of P. Poenaru about Gh. Lazar and the Romanian school / 213
3. N. Iorga, Preface to the work The first teacher of national ideal. Gheorghe Lazar (Bucharest, 1916) / 231
II. SPEECHES AND INTRODUCTORY LESSONS
1. The word of Eufrosin Poteca at the opening of the philosophy course at St. Sava (October 1, 1825) / 234
2. E. Poteca, Speech at the public examination in the school of St. Sava (July 20, 1827) / 243
3. S. Marcovici, Speech at the inauguration of the mathematics course at St. Sava (September 15, 1827) / 250
4. S. Marcovici, Word at the end of the school year 1836-1837: Civilization / 260