Journal Archives Old

This page lists selected articles from previous issues in the RSAA JOURNAL (ISSN#: 2572-3642).  This archive contains records from 2013 to the present.

Issue 1:1 (2020-2021)

Marin, Ileana. Book Review. “Deletant, Dennis. Romania under Communism. Paradox and Degeneration. New York: Routledge, 2019, xxxi, 590 p. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Map.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Cărtărescu, Mircea. Solenoid. Bucharest: Humanitas Editions, 2015. 858 p.

Cordali, Adriana. Book Review. “Deletant, Dennis. Romania under Communism: Paradox and Degeneration. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. 622 p.

Cordali, Adriana. Book Review. “Bejan, Cristina A. Intellectuals and Fascism in Interwar Romania: The Criterion Association. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 323 p.

D’Anca, Christene. “Writing the Self in Search of Cultural Identity: Gelu Vlaşin, Marin Sorescu, and Don Quixote.

Florescu, Catalina F. “Try Them All Five.

Florescu, Catalina F. “Remember That Time When March Stopped? A Personal Account.

Issue 1:1 (2019)

Giukin, Lenuta. “Consciousness and Spirituality in the New Romanian Cinema.

Giukin, Lenuta. “Introduction to Journal of European Studies. Romania 100: Nation, Identity, Global Challenge. L. Giukin, A. Gradea, guest editors. Vol. 48 (3-4), November 2018.

Marin, Ileana. Film Review. “A Documentary that Invites a Sequel: The Distance between Me and Me (Dana Bunescu, Mona Nicoară, 2019).

Marin, Ileana. Review. “Carmen Ardelean: Translating for the Future: What, How, Why Do We Translate? București: Tritonic, 2016. 203p.

Cordali Gradea, Adriana. “The Exigency of a Communist Totalitarian Pedagogy in the United States.

Godeanu-Kenworthy, Oana. Review. “Bucur, Maria. Heroes and Victims: Remembering War in Twentieth-Century Romania. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. 352p.

Glinski, Basia. Review. “Monk Moise. Do Not Avenge Us: Testimonies about the Suffering of the Romanians Deported from Bessarabia to Siberia. Gabor, Octavian, translator. Citrus Heights, CA: Reflection Publishing Co., 2016. 324 p.

Issue 1:1 (2018)

Gabor, Octavian. Book Review. “Noica, Constantin. Pray for Brother Alexander. Translated by Octavian Gabor. Punctum Books, 2018. 150p.

Christene D’Anca. Review. “Sabo, Oana. The Migrant Canon of Twenty-First-Century France. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018. 198p.

Stoenescu, Ștefan. “Considerații comparatiste privind două incitante creații ale poetului american W. S. Di Piero.

Babuts, Nicolae. Review. “Margineanu, Nicolae. Witnessing Romania’s Century of Turmoil: Memoirs of a Political Prisoner. Translated by Calin Cotoiu; Edited by Denis Deletant. Rochester, NY: Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe. University of Rochester, PressBoydell and Brewer Inc. 2017. 350 p. 

Roznoveanu, Mirela. Review. “Noemi Marin. Aerul Departarii (The Flow of Distance), Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic Academic Press, Literature Series, 2017. 124p.

Christene d’Anca. Review. “Radulescu, Domnica. Theater of War and Exile: Twelve Playwrights, Directors and Performers from Easter Europe and Israel. North Carolina: McFarland and Company, 2015. 264 pp.

D’Anca, Christene. Review. “Translation Narratives in Englishness of Exile. Edited by Florescu, Catalina Florina and Sheng-mei Ma. New York: Lexington Books, 2017. Hardcover, 263p.

Ilian, Ilinca. “Traducindu-l pe Tracy K. Lewis.

Gradea, Adriana C. “Visualizing Transcendence as a Cross-Cultural Model.

Florescu, Catalina F. “Looking Away.

Issue 1:1 (2017)

Guran, Letitia. “Post-Colonial Shadows on Post-Socialist Skies.

Roznoveanu, Mirela. “Greece Travelogue (October 4-18, 2017).

Gradea, Adriana. “Thirteen Ways of Looking at Cluj.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Orlich, Ileana Alexandra. Subversive Stages: Theater in Pre- and Post-Communist Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Budapest: Central European Press, 2017. 238 pp.

D’Anca, Christene. “Distinct Aesthetics– Objects of Art as Political Markers.

Cornis-Pope, Marcel. “New Literary Hybrids in the Digital Age: Reflections on Two Recent Publication Projects that Explore Literature in Multimedia Contexts.

Dumitrescu, Domnita. “The Depth of a Vocation Beyond the Language. Interview with Alina Diaconu.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review: “Kaplan, Robert D. In Europe’s Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond. New York: Penguin Random House, 2016, 269 pp.

Florescu, Catalina Florina . “Ebony Bones (Oase de ebonită) by Iulia Pană. Translation by Adrian G. Sahlean. Needham, MA: Global Arts Inc., 2014. 167 pp.

Roznoveanu, Mirela . Book Review. “Domnita Radulescu. Country of Red Azaleas. New York: Twelve, 2016, 308pp.

Issues 2013-2016

Margaret H. Beissinger. “Romani Performance and the Music of Celebration. Traditional Weddings in Pre- and Post-1990 Southern Romania.” Issue 1:1 (2016)

Bogdan Ştefănescu. “Postcommunism / Postcolonialism: Siblings of Subalternity. (Extracts.)” Issue 1:1 (2016)

Adriana Gradea. Creative Expressions: “The Unbearable Light of a Saturday Afternoon.” & Richard Garrett. “Moldovan Diaries.” Issue 1:1 (2016)

Mirela Roznoveanu. Travelog. “An Accidental Passage to China.” Issue 1:1 (2016)

Christene d’Anca. Book Review. “Solonari, Vladimir. Purifying the Nation: Population Exchange and Ethnic Cleaning in Nazi-Allied Romania. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. Hardcover, 451 pp.” Issue 1:1 (2016)

Nicolae Babuts. “Folkloric Perceptions of the Bible.” Issue 1:1 (2015).

Cătălina Iliescu Gheorghiu. “Narratives of Migration: the Image of Romanians in Spanish Contemporary Literature.” Issue 1:1 (2015).

Lenuta Giukin. “Identities in the New Romanian Cinema.” Issue 1:1 (2015).

Noemi Marin. “Universities as Discursive Geographies.” Issue 1:1 (2015)

Constantin Parvulescu. “Opening Titles and Authorship in Romanian Socialist Film.” Issue 1:1 (2015)

Ilinca Ilian. “Iarna lui Gunter (Juan Manuel Marcos) în traducere românească.” Issue 1:1 (2015)

Mirela Roznoveanu. Book Review. “Nicolae Babuts. Literature and the Metaphoric Universe in the Mind. Transaction Publishers, 329 pp.” Issue 1:1 (2015)

Constantin Parvulescu. Ciprian Nitu. “Challenging Communities of Values: the Peripheral Cosmopolitanism of Marian Crișan’s MORGEN.” Issue 1:1 (2014).

Monica Filimon. “Emotion, Diversion, and Memory in Videograms of a Revolution (1992)” Issue 1:1 (2014)

Domnica Radulescu. Creative Expressions. “Dream in a Suitcase, or How Theater Saved My Life.” Issue 1:1 (2014).

Lenuta Giukin. Documentary Review. “Benoni Todica: Drumul nostru (Our Journey, 2010).” Issue 1:1 (2014).

Ana-Maria Plamadeala. “Destinul intelectualilor basarabeni între refugiu şi exil.” Issue 1:1 (2013).