Ovid in Romania. In memoriam Magistri Stephani Cucu

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ISBN: 978-606-28-0762-7

DOI: 10.5682/9786062807627

Publisher year: 2018

Pages: 452

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Publisher: Editura Universitară

Author: Florentina Nicolae , Marina Cap-Bun

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This volume brings together some of the works of the international conference of the Center for Research and Professional Development "Romanian Studies in an International Context" (STUR): Ovidius in Romania, which took place at the University "Ovidius" in Constanta, on November 18, 2017. supported at the conference, were added valuable contributions from prestigious authors who have the right to be with us in the process of paying homage to the poet Ovid. Choosing this research topic for 2017, STUR wanted to mark the Ovidian bimillennial, extremely effervescent in exegetical recontextualizations of Ovid's work and personality, but also in cultural and scientific events, some of them reflected in the pages of this volume.

  • OVIDIUS ÎN ROMÂNIA IN MEMORIAM MAGISTRI STEPHANI CUCU

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CO-EDITORS:
MARINA CAP-BUN
FLORENTINA NICOLAE

Introductory clarifications / 9

Ovidian translations / 13
Traian DIACONESCU, Walnut. Original translation of the poem Nux by Publius Ovidius Naso / 15
Traian DIACONESCU, Amores III, 7, de Publius Ovidius Naso / 23

Studia Ovidiana / 27
Liviu FRANGA, Ovidian testimonies / 29
Petre Gheorghe BARLEA, The image of the Getae in the exile opera of Ovid / 67
Theodor GEORGESCU, Mythology, the defense lawyer of Ovid from Pontus / 79
Marina CAP-BUN, The great literary motif tenebrarum: Some comparative aspects of Ovid's subjective meteorology / 103
Elena IONESCU, Crochiu about the Romanian sonorities / 127
Alexandra CIOCARLIE, The Poet and the Prince / 147
Florentina NICOLAE, Perdix or about the failure of the man of genius / 175
Adriana CITEIA, Typology of metamorphosis in Ovid's work: Arahne and Acteon / 187
Florentina Gabriela MIHAI (RUSU), Publius Ovidius Naso - The cultural and literary erudition of the poet reflected in "Metamorphoses" / 197
Cristina ILEA (ROGOJINA), Ovid and the genesis of the world. Under the sign of metamorphoses / 213

In memoriam Stefan Cucu / 227
Olga DUTU, The art of portraiture in the novel The singer of tender loves by Stefan Cucu / 229
Florentina NICOLAE, "Ianus" by Liviu Franga. In memory of Professor Stefan Cucu / 237
Olimpia VARGA, Stefan Cucu's contribution to shaping the literary profile of the poet Ovid / 241

Contextualization / 251
Ioana COSTA, Trimiteri ovidiene in „De vinculis in genere” / 253
CAP-BUN Navy, Death and Resurrection at Tomis or The Last Imagined Ovid Metamorphoses / 265
Giovanni ROTIROTI, A ghost roams Constanta: The ghost of Ovid. From "Death to Tomis" by Marin Mincu, to "Come, See, Escape" by Robert Eugen Popa / 277
Cristina TAMAS, Ovid's feelings in winter from Pontus Euxinus or the confrontation of destiny through the hope of poetry / 291
Simona-Nicoleta MINCIU, Metamorphic paradigms: from Ovid, to Matei Visniec / 309
Daniela CRACIUN, The Myth of Clytia from Ovid to Montale / 329
Iuliana DAVID, Virginia PETRICA, Ovidiu in the stories of Italian travelers in the Pontic space / 341
Cosmin CAPRIOARA, Romanian archaisms inherited in Latin spoken by Ovid / 353
Corina APOSTOLEANU, The Ovidian myth in the Dobrogean publications from the beginning of the 20th century / 375
Olga KAITER, Writers of German expression in Romania, between emigration and exile / 385
Madalina SERBOV, Ovid. The Last Journey / 399

Cultural-scientific projects in the Year of Ovid / 407
Enache TUSA, Intercultural communication and socialization under the sign of the poet Ovidiu. The epilogue of some events dedicated to the Bimillennium at Pontus Euxinus / 409
Alina Ioana VASILIU, „Ovidius in Love” - Production of the State Theater Constanta for the Ovidius Bimillennium / 423

Data about the authors / 439

This volume brings together some of the works of the international conference of the Center for Research and Professional Development "Romanian Studies in International Context" (STUR): Ovidius in Romania, which took place at the University "Ovidius" in Constanta, on November 18, 2017. Materials supported at the conference, were added valuable contributions from prestigious authors who have the right to be with us in the process of paying homage to the poet Ovidius. exegetical recontextualizations of Ovid's work and personality, but also in cultural and scientific events, some of them reflected in the pages of this volume.
It is the sixth volume edited under the auspices of STUR after: Caragiale's News 1912-2012 (2012), Junimea and its impact after 150 years (2013), Literature, theater and film - In honor of the playwright Matei Visniec (2015), Cultures and civilizations eastern European countries. In memoriam Aida Todi (2016) and Romanian Studies in an inter- and transdisciplinary context. In memory of Marin Mincu (2017). It is, unfortunately, another volume in memory, dedicated, this time, to our colleague Stefan Cucu, Latinist and Ovidianist, first class, the first Doctor of the UOC on an Ovidian theme, which we would have liked together in this intellectual enterprise, but he hurried to leave us even in the year of the great events dedicated to Ovid. Thus, we thought of praising him with his favorite poet, reserving a section of this collection of texts, his critical and literary work.
As in the case of the previous volumes, the texts selected here have been subjected to a specialized expertise, by scientific references of the highest academic exigency, to whom we thank, once again, for the support given to our project: prof. Univ. dr. Liviu Franga, University of Bucharest, univ. prof. Dr. Petre Gheorghe Barlea, "Ovidius" University of Constanta and associate professor Christina Zarifopol-Illias, "Indiana University", Bloomington. We also thank our colleague, Mrs. Assoc. dr. Nicoleta Stanca, for checking the abstracts in English.
This volume, with international participation (it is true, not as extensive as we would have liked) and interdisciplinary, illustrates not only the complexity of Ovid's work, but also the enormous interest enjoyed by the figure of the great relegated, turned literary character, theater, film, music or visual arts. He enjoys the collaboration of classicists with academic authority and great prestige, who bring to the page studies dedicated to the work and personality of Publius Ovidius Naso, from a wide variety of perspectives, and even new translations of Ovidian texts.
They were joined by other lovers of Ovid's work, because the complex and enigmatic figure of the Latin poet relegated to Tomis is emblematic not only for our university, which bears his name, and for Dobrogea (Constanta and Ovidiu, Ovid's Island) , but for today's world as a whole, which has not yet succeeded in fully discerning neither the eternally ineffable art of love, nor the sophisticated and painful issue of exile with all its mental and anthropological implications. In the pages of this collection of texts, Ovid reveals himself to us in a unique way - that of our contemporary.
We sought, as usual, to bring together in the summary of the volume researchers from religious spaces and disciplinary areas as varied as possible, to illustrate as consistently as possible, the various perspectives and degrees of interest on the complex topic proposed for reflection by the STUR Center. But we did not give up, even this time, the collaboration of doctoral students and master students, from the encouragement and professional development of which we made a programmatic goal.
We hope that this volume will also be a useful source of information, both for students, masters and doctoral students, as well as for the general public, who are given the opportunity to rediscover and revalue Publius Ovidius Naso, two millennia after his passing into eternity.

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