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Morisena nr. 1 (17)/2020

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O bibliotecă, școală și presă românească: factori de formare cultural-națională în rândurile voluntarilor Legiunii Române de Vânători Transilvăneni și Bucovineni din Siberia (1919-1920)

Abstract: Between 1919-1920 members of the Romanian Legion of Hunters Transylvanian Volunteers retreated through Russia to Vladivostok. they were involved in guarding the Trans-Siberian railway over a 1000 km course. They were involved in the civil war of the white guard and the red guard. The library, the periodical press and the school were during this period the main factors of cultural and national formation among these volunteer military units of Transylvanian, Banat and Bukovina origin along their way to the house.

Românii din Transilvania şi polonezii din Galiţia în timpul Marelui Război.

Abstract: Provinces of the Habsburg Empire that became Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in 1867, Transylvania şi Galicia have a similar historical experience, which allows their comparative research. The two people living in these provinces, the Poles and the Romanians, also share a number of similarities, besides the differences that make the research work we propose so interesting and promising.

Revoluția din decembrie 1989 în orașele județului Caraș-Severin


Abstract: An article published in the 25 December 1989 issue of „Flamura liberă” daily from Reșița described the situation of a number of cities of Caraş-Severin County in connection with the December 1989 events in Romania. The contributors from Caraş-Severin gave an account of the revolutionary uprisings and the repressive measures in Caransebeș, Moldova Nouă, Băile Herculane, Oțelul Roșu, Bocșa.

Despărțământul Sânnicolau Mare al „Astrei” în perioada 1898-1918

Abstract: At Coriolan Brediceanu’s proposal, the Central Committee of ASTRA assigned lawyer Nestor Oprean the task to convene the assembly for the setting up of Sânnicolau Mare Branch on 8/20 September 1898. The branch included the Romanian localities in the administrative units Chichinda Mare, Canija, Periam, Sânnicolau Mare, Jimbolia, Becei and the town of Chichinda Mare. Unfortunately, after the initial enthusiasm, the branch fell short of the expectations, as specified in the reports of the Central Committee in Sibiu.

Un participant la Marea Unire: Preotul dr. Nicolae Popovici (1883-1956)

Abstract: Dr. Nicolae Popovici, a priest, represented Gătaia Parish at the Great Union from Alba Iulia in 1918. This paper tries to save from oblivion the life and activity of the illustrious theologian from Banat. Born in Bocșa, in the Mountainous Banat, in 1883, Nicolae Popovici had a PhD in theology awarded by the University of Cernăuți. After passing a competitive examination, he was appointed professor of theology at the Theological Academy in Arad, where he taught Canon Law and Church Administration. In this city, he had impressive didactic, canonical, patriotic and administrative contributions.

Un reprezentant clerical al elitei pașoptiste în serviciul administrației cultural-religioase din România în vremea principelui Cuza

Abstract: Priest Radu Șapcă, a revolutionary man and the adept of uniting the Romanian Principates, he served the culture and the church of Romania during the reign of Unionist prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza, but also after that in the period of Carol I. Our study briefly and chronologically presents the functions that priest R. Șapcă, a native of Celei, exercised throughout his career: especially accent foccused that of the administrative superior curator at the famous Cozia monastery. Radu Șapcă also exercised the duties of elder, administrative and superior curator and in the religious settlements in Sadiva, Hotărani and Brancoveni

Istoria medievală a Banatului reflectată în opera lui Gheorghe Cotoșman

Abstract: Born on 5 September 1904 at Sânnicolau Mare, Gheorghe Cotoşman finished the Pedagogic School in  1924. From 1924 to 1927 he attended courses at the Theological Academy of Arad. Between 1928-1937 he functioned as a parish in Jimbolia, Timiş county, where he erected a church. From 1937 to 1948 he worked as a professor of Church History and Patrology at the Theological Academy of Ca-ransebeş.  In 1948 he moved to Timişoara, working at the Metropolitan Seat of the Banat. Between 1949 and 1950 he was a cultural councillor at the Archbishopry of Timişoara, then its vicar (1950-1968). In his secular activity he was a member of the History section  of the Institutul Social Banat-Crişana  of Timişoara.  Gheorghe Cotoşman was one of the most prolific Banatian researchers in the period be-tween 1935-1975 spotlighting the history of the Church and some important aspects concerning the Middle Ages of the land. A critical study about his historical research has never been made and the most representative part of his works calls for a critical  edition. He died in 1977.




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