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
I. The activity and writings of N. Balcescu until 1848
1. From childhood and adolescence to the first revolutionary experiences / 5
2. The Trandafiloff affair in Balcescu's accounts / 14
3. The first large-scale studies (1844-1846) / 18
4. In Paris on the eve of the Revolution. Enunciation of the national ideal / 31
5. N. Balcescu and the revolution of 1848/39
6. Writings during the revolution of 1848/45
7. Involvement in helping the Romanian revolution in Transylvania / 50
II. From the activity and journalism of exile of N. Balcescu
1. The beginning of exile and the problem of organizing emigration / 62
2. The new paper, Economic question and its significance / 69
3. "Future Romania" and its program / 75
4. Other collaborations at „Romania viitoare” / 81
5. Other collective publications from exile / 84
6. Links with the European democratic movement / 89
7. The end of a martyr / 94