The Museum of National History and Archeology from Constanta will host the launch event of the volume UNDER THE SIGN OF THE EMPIRE, written by Ovidiu Mihalache.
The volume was awarded the Second Prize in the Manuscript Contest Fulfill a Dream, organized by the Editura Universitara.
The event will take place on Monday, October 25, starting at 12 noon.
The guests who will speak are Mr. Sorin Marcel Colesniuc, researcher. st. dr., head of department at the Museum of National History and Archeology and Mrs. Lavinia Dumitrascu, researcher. st. PhD at the Museum of National History and Archeology.
"There is a certain vein in Russian political culture that is periodically enriched, a vein of messianic destiny, a culture of geopolitical importance and imperial greatness that must characterize the Russian people. Undoubtedly, the Russians make up a great people. But the only question that peoples and states that have had and have relations with Russia ask themselves is whether this people is large only quantitatively or qualitatively. Understanding the events in Eastern Europe has always been in the attention of most contemporary historians, both Roman and Western: to understand how, in just a few decades, Russia came to dominate world politics and effectively occupy half of Europe, which which, in fact, denotes a weakness of the great European powers that could not effectively oppose the offensive wave of Imperial Russia. "