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LV - 2016 - YEARBOOK of "G. Bariţiu" Institute of History - SUPPLEMENT

ELITES OF THE MODERN PERIOD IN THE ROMANIAN HISTORICAL RESEARCH (18TH CENTURY TO 1948)


Edited by
Iosif Marin Balog
Vlad Popovici

This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority
for Scientific Research and Innovation, CNCS - UEFISCDI
Project number PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4-0363

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Note of the Editors
Iosif Marin BALOG, Vlad POPOVICI
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9-16
Connections. A Historical Perspective on inter-Group Brokerage
Diana COVACI
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abstract
17-32
The Romanian Financial and Banking Elites from Transylvania (1895-1918).
Theoretical-Methodological Considerations and Statistical Estimations

Iosif Marin BALOG
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abstract
33-47
Studenti della Transilvania all'Università di Padova nei secoli XVII-XIX, con particolare riferimento all' iter studiorum e agli insegnamenti impartiti in ambito giuridico
Elena MUNARINI, Giuseppe MUNARINI
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abstract
49-68
Romanian Students from Turda in Vienna during the modern era (1781-1918)
Răzvan Mihai NEAGU
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abstract
69-86
Priestly Dynasties: Recruitment Pools for the Greek-Catholic Clerical Elite.
Case Study: The Dioceses of Oradea and Gherla (1853-1918)

Mirela POPA-ANDREI
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abstract
87-104
The League of extra and ordinary gentlemen. Wealth-worthy members and intricately elected representatives in the General Assembly of Kolozsvár/Cluj from 1890 to 1918
SZILÁRD Ferenczi
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abstract
105-116
The Founding and First Years of Activity of the Foundation of Romanian Journalists in Hungary (1910-1914)
Răducu RUŞEŢ
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abstract
117-126
'To the beloved clergy and the people'. The discourse of the Orthodox ecclesiastical elite in Transylvania in the pastoral letters during the years of the Great War
Marius EPPEL, Andrea DĂNCILĂ-INEOAN, Ovidiu Emil IUDEAN
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abstract
127-143
Elites as Symbols. Queen Marie and Romanian Transylvanians at a Turning Point - The Year 1916 in the Press
Mihaela MEHEDINŢI-BEIEAN
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abstract
145-168
Notes on the Romanian Civil Servants from Beszterce-Naszád/Bistrița-Năsăud County during World War I and its Aftermath (1914-1921)
Vlad POPOVICI
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abstract
169-180
The Elite of the Romanians from Transylvania in 1918: Education, Projects and Political Options
Cornel SIGMIREAN
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abstract
181-205
The Elite of the Romanian National Party (1919-1926)
Alexandru NICOLAESCU
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abstract
207-226
The Group Profile of the Bolsheviks at the Beginning of Moldavian ASSR (December 1924)
Marius TĂRÎŢĂ
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abstract
227-237
The Staff Policy in the Moldavian SSR's Government in 1940-1941/1944
Lilia CRUDU
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abstract
239-260

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