Romanian Studies in an Inter- and Transdisciplinary Context. In Memory of Marin Mincu

ISBN: 978-606-28-0610-1

DOI: 10.5682/9786062806101

Publisher year: 2017

Edition: I

Pages: 348

Publisher: Universitară

Author: Marina Cap-Bun, Iuliana David, Corina Apostoleanu

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The series of annual study collections published under the auspices of the Center for Research and Professional Development "Romanian Studies in an International Context" (STUR) has reached its fifth volume. It brings together the proceedings of the international conference Romanian Studies in an Inter- and Transdisciplinary Context. In memory of Marin Mincu, which took place at the "Ovidius" University of Constanta, between November 25-26, 2016. The event was organized, like other editions, in collaboration with another research center, this time through the nature of the chosen topic, with the Research Center "Metacognition and Transdisciplinarity".
The volume completes the series of the four previous volumes: Caragiale's Actuality 1912-2012, Junimea and its impact after 150 years, Literature, theater and film - In honor of the playwright Matei Visniec and Eastern European Cultures and Civilizations. In memoriam Aida Todi. I must say, on this anniversary occasion, that, although the difficulties were not lacking, we managed to stick to the academic plan elaborated at the establishment of the STUR Center, that of organizing an annual scientific conference and bringing together the best works in volumes. Society for Romanian Studies, our international institutional partner since 2015, disseminates our scientific actions through its Newsletter, which reaches practically all the academic world, to all specialists interested in Romanian studies, so that both our conferences and our volumes are truly open to international participation.
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 this enterprise: Prof. univ. dr. Mircea Martin, University of Bucharest, Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy; Prof. univ. Dr. Lavinia Stan, “St. Francis Xavier ”University, President of the Society for Romanian Studies; Prof. univ. Dr. Donald L. Dyer, University of Mississippi; Prof. univ. dr. Gheorghe Manolache, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu and Assoc. dr. Elena Ionescu, University of Bucharest.
Following the tradition of previous volumes, this collection of studies, with international and interdisciplinary participation, illustrates the concerns of the group of researchers gathered under the auspices of the STUR Center, who have programmatically assumed the mission to support the development of Romanian studies and international dissemination of local cultural heritage. personalities of Roman culture of all times.
The volume reflects the conceptual and practical problems that Romanian studies face today, against the background of an increasing emphasis on inter- and transdisciplinarity. We also want to pay tribute to a remarkable personality, who dedicated his entire career to promoting Romanian studies, but also methodological rigor, Professor Marin Mincu, whose passing into existence was seven years ago, at the time of the conference.

 
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MARINA CAP-BUN
IULIANA DAVID
CORINA APOSTOLEANU

Introductory clarifications / 7 

In memoriam Marin Mincu / 11
Mircea Martin, "Always young, wrapped in his cloak" / 12
Gheorghe Sarau, Marin Mincu. Instead of saying goodbye / 14
Marina Cap-Bun, The obsession with the paradigmatic: a few decades under Eminescu's cloak / 18
Cristina Tamas, Marin Mincu - a polyvalent personality of the Romanian culture / 25
Giovanni Rotiroti, Il neosperimentalismo critico e poetico di Marin Mincu / 32
Lacramioara Berechet, Heliadism, an "inter-" and "trans-" disciplinary construct / 45
Alina Buzatu, About the avant-garde and Marin Mincu / 51
Stefan Cucu, A book by Marin Mincu dedicated to Publius Ovidius Naso / 59
Dana Enache, Poetry of Marin Mincu - exercise of the scenic utterance / 64
Alina Vasiliu, Textual metempsychosis in Marin Mincu's novel / 72
Dorin Popescu, For an academic excellence at Tomis / 81

Romanian studies in inter- and transdisciplinary context / 85
Ion Botescu, Emilian M. Dobrescu, In evolution: the new crisis 2017-2020 and beyond, from the perspective of Romanian specialists / 86
Mona Momescu, Romanian Studies and Old Textbooks of Romanian Language in the U.S. / 95
Florentina Nicolae, Petrus Berchorius and Dimitrie Cantemir / 106
Angelo Mitchievici, How to write a novel? What is a novel for? - the virtual novel by Mateiu Caragiale / 112
Corina Apostoleanu, 1916-2016 - 100 years since the DADA movement. International echoes / 125
Daniela Craciun, The intertextual allusion in the Romanian translations of Umberto Eco's novels / 132
Iuliana David, Dobrogea and Italy - cultural connections, interdisciplinary perspectives / 144
Gabriela Cazacu, Marioara Mihai, The Italian reception of the work of Mihai Eminescu / 151
Olga Kaiter, German Literary Regionalism and Creative Localism / 160
Olimpia Varga, Folklore in the Romanian cultural heritage / 170
Simona Palasca, Perspectives of interdisciplinary approach in the research of the Romanian fairy tale / 176
Cosmin Caprioara, A problem of didactics and language history / 188
Cristina Dafinoiu, The role of interdisciplinarity in the teaching-learning process of the Romanian language as a foreign language (RLS) / 201
Florentina-Gabriela Mihai (Rusu), Inter- and transdisciplinary perspectives in linguistics / 207
Enache Tusa, Transdisciplinary research and field investigation methods of the Sociological School of Bucharest / 217
Aurelian Frecea, Dolfi Trost - stylistic performance in surrealism / 235
Ana-Maria-Claudia Haraniţa, “Melanholia”, an interdisciplinary concept highlighted in the work of Eugen Barbu / 243
Diana Ganea, Postmodernism and eighties in the work of Ioan Grosan: between metafiction and self-referentiality / 257

Theatrical file: Matei Visniec in the context of Romanian drama / 265
Olga Duţu, With Matei Visniec in Sibiu, Constanţa, Avignon, Beijing, Bucharest and New York / 266
Mirela Doga, The Discourse of Horror in Matei Visniec's Theater / 272
Simona-Nicoleta Minciu, Kafka's Rewriting. Glosses in "Mr. K. released" by Matei Visniec / 286
Iulian Enache, Theatrical Spaces / 295
Aurelian Frecea, I. L. Caragiale: "Enormous sense and monstrous sight" / 302
Nicoleta Rotaru-Terteleac, The cultural matrix of identity delimited in the Camilpetrescian theater, Brancusian sculpture, Blagian poetry / 312

The series of annual study collections published under the auspices of the Center for Research and Professional Development "Romanian Studies in an International Context" (STUR) has reached its fifth volume. It brings together the proceedings of the international conference Romanian Studies in an Inter- and Transdisciplinary Context. In memory of Marin Mincu, which took place at the "Ovidius" University of Constanta, between November 25-26, 2016. The event was organized, like other editions, in collaboration with another research center, this time through the nature of the chosen topic, with the Research Center "Metacognition and Transdisciplinarity".
The volume completes the series of the four previous volumes: Caragiale's Actuality 1912-2012, Junimea and its impact after 150 years, Literature, theater and film - In honor of the playwright Matei Visniec and Eastern European Cultures and Civilizations. In memoriam Aida Todi. I must say, on this anniversary occasion, that, although the difficulties were not lacking, we managed to stick to the academic plan elaborated at the establishment of the STUR Center, that of organizing an annual scientific conference and bringing together the best works in volumes. Society for Romanian Studies, our international institutional partner since 2015, disseminates our scientific actions through its Newsletter, which reaches practically all the academic world, to all specialists interested in Romanian studies, so that both our conferences and our volumes are truly open to international participation.
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 this enterprise: Prof. univ. dr. Mircea Martin, University of Bucharest, Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy; Prof. univ. Dr. Lavinia Stan, “St. Francis Xavier ”University, President of the Society for Romanian Studies; Prof. univ. Dr. Donald L. Dyer, University of Mississippi; Prof. univ. dr. Gheorghe Manolache, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu and Assoc. dr. Elena Ionescu, University of Bucharest.
Following the tradition of previous volumes, this collection of studies, with international and interdisciplinary participation, illustrates the concerns of the group of researchers gathered under the auspices of the STUR Center, who have programmatically assumed the mission to support the development of Romanian studies and international dissemination of local cultural heritage. personalities of Roman culture of all times.
The volume reflects the conceptual and practical problems that Romanian studies face today, against the background of an increasing emphasis on inter- and transdisciplinarity. We also want to pay tribute to a remarkable personality, who dedicated his entire career to promoting Romanian studies, but also methodological rigor, Professor Marin Mincu, whose passing into existence was seven years ago, at the time of the conference.
Thus, a first section of the book groups studies dedicated to the work and personality of Professor Marin Mincu, from a variety of perspectives, from involuntary subjective evocations, to rigorous debates on some of his scientific works. Taken as a whole, they unequivocally prove that, although the "human being" is no longer with us, that founding guiding spirit continues to accompany us. All are read breathlessly: from the sensitive evocation of Professor Mircea Martin, who remembers him as "his first student", already revealing the intellectual ferments of his brilliant later career, to that of Professor Gheorghe Sarau, who, in his capacity as a representative of the Ministry of Education, reconstructs, from memory, the project of founding the Faculty of Letters in Constanţa, from the questions with which Professor Mincu "bombarded" the ministry at each visit: "I would like to send my young teachers of Romanian philology and languages foreign to specializations "," I would like to initiate international summer courses of Romanian language, history and civilization "and" to receive new foreign scholarship holders "," How do we invite the great linguist Eugen Coseriu to our courses, as the emblem linguistic and cultural? ”,“ I have a potential Albanian reader, how do I frame her? ”,“ But for her husband, an Albanian poet, how do I get a scholarship? ”,“ How to send new Romanian readers abroad? "How to exchange students and specialist teachers?"
Not missing from the summary of this section are his disciples from all generations, from us, those recruited from the first years (after he had perseveringly taken references about each of us from our teachers), to former students from Constanta or Florence (Giovanni Rotiroti). And, looking back, I can say that the program invoked by Professor Sarau was fulfilled point by point: most of us had the chance to improve abroad; we have constantly had foreign lecturers (once this institutional culture was established from the beginning) and, at the same time, many of us have had and still have the privilege of teaching Romanian studies abroad (our colleague Mona Momescu, the first assistant of the professor , is still at Columbia University, New York, and others have been and are spreading throughout Europe and the USA); we still have international summer courses in Romanian language, culture and civilization and yes, Professor Coseriu visited us several times, he even celebrated his 70th birthday among us, as among some old friends.
The second part of the volume groups, heterogeneously, multiple preoccupations related to the Romanian studies, which, beyond the natural emphasis on the problems related to the Romanian language, literature and culture, slide programmatically towards transdisciplinarity. To draw attention to this aspect, the section begins with the text that was the support of the plenary conference, a gloomy but impeccably scientifically argued, warning of the imminence of a new economic crisis, Evolution: the new crisis 2017-2020 and beyond, from the perspective of specialists romani, supported by prof. univ. dr. Ion Botescu, Faculty of Economic Sciences, „Ovidius” University of Constanţa and prof. univ. Dr. Emilian M. Dobrescu, Romanian Academy.
The diversity of this section is itself an illustration of the emphasis on transdisciplinarity interests. It includes studies of teaching the Romanian language as a foreign language, literary studies (from ancient literature, avant-garde or eighties), meditations on sociology or translation studies, evocations of emblematic figures through the encyclopedism of their concerns, such as Dimitrie Cantemir or Umberto Eco , but also direct explorations of the concepts of inter- and transdisciplinarity, applied to some case studies.
This year we also keep the Theater File section, dedicated to Matei Visniec, but also to other playwrights. After the event and the volume dedicated to him by STUR in 2015, the great writer Matei Visniec is a constant concern of our working group and we propose that in the volumes that will keep a section dedicated to the exegesis of his work, which a we consider it a disturbing reflection of the problems of contemporary society.
We sought, as usual, to gather 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 subject proposed for meditation by the STUR Center conference. But we have not given up, even this time, the collaboration of doctoral students and professors in pre-university education, from the encouragement and professional development of which we have made a programmatic goal.
We hope that this volume will also be a useful source of information, both for students, master students and doctoral students, as well as for the general public, interested in knowing the complex Romanian cultural space, caught either diachronically or in a synchronous view of post-communist recrystallizations. .

Marina Cap-Bun

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