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    Authors: Angela STĂNESCU;

    The present article focuses on the central idea of historical recuperation permeating the novels of Salman Rushdie, especially as it appears from the novelist`s professions of intent regarding his own work. For Rushdie`s auto-diegetic narrators, the shape of private history can only be discerned from the kaleidoscopic lens of micro-history. Most of them are writer-cum-historian figures deploying the written word as a defence against the illusion-fostering discourses of the powers that be and their official version of history. Albeit painfully aware of the unreliability of their perceptions and memory, baffled by politicised delusion and contending official versions of history, Rushdie`s protagonists strive to salvage the truths of their experience from the c orruptions of time, change or forgetfulness. Their compulsion to narrate stems from an often messianic sense of mission, which means retracing the meanings of their living history, dissipated in the clamour of the multiplying discourses of metamorphic hist orical realities.

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  • Authors: DORIN BABA;

    In the nowadays acknowledged moral crisis in/of art, a split has occurred between the public and some artistic manifestations. Stuck in the so called “radical actionism” - as the artistic short and violent movement developed by Fluxus Group during 1960-1970, with origins in the “Viennese Actionism” -, the art segment dealing with contemporaneity, disputing the traditional art as well as social and moral conventions, has created a new area of expression, in which art and life converge, arising questions that go beyond the aesthetic experience, and managing to introduce an ethical dimension in artistic expression. In a plurality of theoretical and practical concerns, the contemporary art has produced repeated attacks on human dignity or animal life. So, the present art manifestations may include people, animals, corps/thereof parts (human or animal), explicit sexual images, psychological abuses as well as references to self-harm. A balance between art and morality, a good – by responsibility in act - relationship between aesthetics and ethics, finally, might generate a different type of visual art, a creative and clean one, able to opening up some new possibilities of expression for humanity.

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    Authors: Sorin Ignătescu;

    The Romanian interwar archaeology was an activity dependent of some enthusiastic amateurs. A few specialized institutions could not cover the whole country and were underfunded. This situation was specific for the Falticeni region, where a regional and a complex museum existed since 1914. Vasile Ciurea, its director, worked with many intellectuals in the region to identify archaeological sites and recover the valuable objects for the institution he led. One of these employees was Dimitrie Drăguşanu, a teacher from Drăguşeni. In one of the collections of „Gallery of notable people” can be found five postcards sent by Dimitrie Drăguşanu to Vasile Ciurea. They contain information on investigations from Drăguşeni - Citadel, undertaken by both intellectuals, but also by Vladimir and Hortensia Dumitrescu, and about other archaeological sites in the region.

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    Authors: Angela STĂNESCU;

    The present article focuses on the central idea of historical recuperation permeating the novels of Salman Rushdie, especially as it appears from the novelist`s professions of intent regarding his own work. For Rushdie`s auto-diegetic narrators, the shape of private history can only be discerned from the kaleidoscopic lens of micro-history. Most of them are writer-cum-historian figures deploying the written word as a defence against the illusion-fostering discourses of the powers that be and their official version of history. Albeit painfully aware of the unreliability of their perceptions and memory, baffled by politicised delusion and contending official versions of history, Rushdie`s protagonists strive to salvage the truths of their experience from the c orruptions of time, change or forgetfulness. Their compulsion to narrate stems from an often messianic sense of mission, which means retracing the meanings of their living history, dissipated in the clamour of the multiplying discourses of metamorphic hist orical realities.

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  • Authors: DORIN BABA;

    In the nowadays acknowledged moral crisis in/of art, a split has occurred between the public and some artistic manifestations. Stuck in the so called “radical actionism” - as the artistic short and violent movement developed by Fluxus Group during 1960-1970, with origins in the “Viennese Actionism” -, the art segment dealing with contemporaneity, disputing the traditional art as well as social and moral conventions, has created a new area of expression, in which art and life converge, arising questions that go beyond the aesthetic experience, and managing to introduce an ethical dimension in artistic expression. In a plurality of theoretical and practical concerns, the contemporary art has produced repeated attacks on human dignity or animal life. So, the present art manifestations may include people, animals, corps/thereof parts (human or animal), explicit sexual images, psychological abuses as well as references to self-harm. A balance between art and morality, a good – by responsibility in act - relationship between aesthetics and ethics, finally, might generate a different type of visual art, a creative and clean one, able to opening up some new possibilities of expression for humanity.

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    Authors: Sorin Ignătescu;

    The Romanian interwar archaeology was an activity dependent of some enthusiastic amateurs. A few specialized institutions could not cover the whole country and were underfunded. This situation was specific for the Falticeni region, where a regional and a complex museum existed since 1914. Vasile Ciurea, its director, worked with many intellectuals in the region to identify archaeological sites and recover the valuable objects for the institution he led. One of these employees was Dimitrie Drăguşanu, a teacher from Drăguşeni. In one of the collections of „Gallery of notable people” can be found five postcards sent by Dimitrie Drăguşanu to Vasile Ciurea. They contain information on investigations from Drăguşeni - Citadel, undertaken by both intellectuals, but also by Vladimir and Hortensia Dumitrescu, and about other archaeological sites in the region.

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