National Symposium “Research on Dobrogean Multiculturalism – Developments and Perspectives”



Programme of the event

9:00 – Opening speeches, Umberto Eco Amphitheatre:

Professor Sorin Rugină, Rector of the „Ovidius” University of Constanţa
Professor Dan Grigorescu, Scientific Director of the IASLCC, Bucharest

9:30 – Book presentation by Associated Professor Alexandru Ş. Bologa, Academy of Romanian Scientists: Dobrogea at 140 Years after its Union with the Romanian State – An Example of West-Pontic Multi-ethnic Understanding,

Panel 1 – Research on cultural pluralism – Sources, Principles, and Methodology
Room 134, Laboratory of Turkish Language, Culture, and Civilisation

Moderator: Senior Lecturer Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț

10:00-10:15 – Dr Ana-Maria Răducan, „Works and Days. Ancient Literary Representations of the «peasant people» of Dobrogea”, IASLCC, Bucharest
10:15-10:30 – Professor Narcisa Alexandra Știucă, „Celebrations as Emblems of Identity for Italians and Greeks in Dobrogea”, University of Bucharest
10:30-10:45 – Professor Valentin Ciorbea, „The Place and Role of the German Community in the Modernization of Dobrogea (1878-1940)”, „Ovidius” University of Constanța
10:45-11:00 – Senior Lecturer Carmen Ionela Banța, „A Brief Historical Evolution of the Italian Community of Oltenia”, University of Craiova
11:00-11:20 – Discussions

11:20 – 11:35 – Coffee break

Moderator: Professor Narcisa-Alexandra Știucă

11:35-11:50 – Dr Iuliana Titov, „Identities and Intercultural Relations in Northern Dobrogea”, MEAP/ICEM, Tulcea
11:50-12:05 – PhD(c) Alexandru Chiselev, „The Maslenița of Lipovan Russians in Northern Dobrogea: Permanency and Dynamics”, MEAP/ICEM, Tulcea
12:05-12:20 – Dr Corina Iosif, „The Aromanians of Dobrogea: Between Cultural Identity and Ethnic Frontiers”, Romanian Peasant Museum, Bucharest
12:20-12:35 – Professor Mirela Kozlovsky, „The Repertoire of Megleno-Romanian Songs – An Element of Self-Identity”, „Ovidius” University of Constanța
12:35-12:55 – Discussions

12:55 – 14:30 – Lunch Break

Panel 2 – The Turkish Community of Dobrogea – History and Culture
Room 134, Laboratory of Turkish Language, Culture, and Civilisation

Moderator: Senior Lecturer Cosmin Căprioară

14:30-14:45 – Dr Adriana Cupcea, „Turkey’s Policy as Protector-State in the Balkans: A Case Study of the Muslim Community in Dobrogea”, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, Cluj Napoca
14:45-15:00 – Dr Metin Omer, „A Dysfunctional System: The Organization of Education for Turks and Tatars in Greater Romania (1918-1940)”, “Ovidius” Institute for Science, Culture, and Spirituality at the “Ovidius” University of Constanța
15:00-15:15 – Senior Lecturer Neriman Hasan, „Notes on Perspectives for the Development of the Turkish Mother Tongue”, “Ovidius” University of Constanța
15:15-15:30 – Lecturer Enache Tuşa, „Multicultural Interferences in Southern Dobrogea (1900-1950). An Analysis of Research Conducted by the Sociological School of Bucharest”, “Ovidius” University of Constanța
15:30: 16:05 – Discussions

16:00-16:20 – Coffee Break

Moderator: Senior Lecturer Neriman Hasan

16:20-16:35 – Senior Lecturer Nistor Bardu, Senior Lecturer Cosmin Căprioară, „The Reflections of Balkan Multilingualism in the Ethnolinguistic Reality of Dobrogea”, “Ovidius” University of Constanța
16:35-16:50 – Senior Lecturer Cristina Dafinoiu, „The Greek Communities of Dobrogea and their Connections to the Motherland”, “Ovidius” University of Constanța
16:50-17:05 – PhD(c) Mădălina Serbov, „Emblems of Multiculturalism at Sulina”, “Ovidius” University of Constanța
17:05-17:20 – Discussions

17:20 – Closing remarks by Senior Lecturer Florentina Nicolae, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Letters at the “Ovidius” University of Constanța

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