This page allows you to access in alphabetical order all reviews published within the RSAA Journal.

Babuts, Nicolae. Book 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 Press, 2017. 350 p. Boydell and Brewer Inc. 2017.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

Cordali, Adriana. Book Review. “Deletant, Dennis. Romania under Communism: Paradox and Degeneration. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. 622 p.” Issue 1:1, 2020.

Cordali, Adriana. Book Review. “Bejan, Cristina A. Intellectuals and Fascism in Interwar Romania: The Criterion Association. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 323 p.” Issue 1:1, 2020.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Cărtărescu, Mircea. Solenoid. Bucharest: Humanitas Editions, 2015. 858 p.” Issue 1:1, 2020.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Sabo, Oana. The Migrant Canon of Twenty-First-Century France. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018. 198 p.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

D’Anca, Christene. Book 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.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Translation Narratives in Englishness of Exile. Edited by Florescu, Catalina Florina and Sheng-mei Ma. New York: Lexington Books, 2017. Hardcover, 263p.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

D’Anca, Christene. Book Review. “Orlich, Ileana Alexandra. Subversive Stages: Theater in Pre- and Pro-Communist Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Budapest: Central European Press, 2017, 238 pp.” Issue 1:1, 2017.

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, 269p.” Issue 1:1, 2017.

D’Anca, Christene. 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.

Florescu, Catalina Florina. Book Review. Ebony Bones (Oase de ebonită) by Iulia Pană. Translation by Adrian G. Sahlean. Needham, MA: Global Arts Inc., 2014. 167p. Issue 1:1, 2017.

Gabor, Octavian. Book Review. “Noica, Constantin. Pray for Brother Alexander. Translated by Octavian Gabor. Punctum Books, 2018. 150p.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

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

Glinski, Basia. Book 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, 2019.

Godeanu-Kenworthy, Oana. Book Review. “Bucur, Maria. Heroes and Victims: Remembering War in Twentieth-Century Romania. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. 352p.” Issue 1:1, 2019.

Marin, Ileana. Book Review. “Deletant, Dennis. Romania under Communism. Paradox and Degeneration. New York: Routledge, 2019, xxxi, 590 p. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Map.” Issue 1:1, 2020.

Marin, Ileana. Film Review. “A Documentary that Invites a Sequel: The Distance between Me and Me (Dana Bunescu, Mona Nicoară, 2019).” Issue 1:1, 2019.

Marin, Ileana. Book Review. “Carmen Ardelean: Translating for the Future: What, How, Why Do We Translate? București: Tritonic, 2016. 203p.” Issue 1:1, 2019.

Roznoveanu, Mirela. Book Review. “Noemi Marin. Aerul Departarii (The Flow of Distance), Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic Academic Press, Literature Series, 2017. 124p.” Issue 1:1, 2018.

Roznoveanu, Mirela. Book Review. “Domnita Radulescu. Country of Red Azaleas. New York: Twelve, 2016, 308p.” Issue 1:1, 2017.

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