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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.

Satul românesc din vremea lui Cuza Vodă

Abstract: For the celebration of the Union of Romanian Principalities, a religious and educational event was organised in the parish of Birda. As 2019 was proclaimed the Homage Year of the Romanian Village, an event was organised to popularise Cuza’s rural law and its role in the further development of the Romanian village. The festivity included several contemporary presentations and a photo exhibition.

Ţăranul bănăţean în publicistica rurală

Abstract: Folk creation was not emulated only in our country. In Banat, the creative impulse relied on deep-rooted cultural traditions. The activity of the creative peasant artists developed into an extended and intense literary movement that was so well organised that it had strong echoes in our villages taken as a community. In the first year after the Great Union, the works of our rural scholars, born in families of ploughmen, reveal their tendency to organise this social blanket from a political point of view.

Din cronologia Banatului imperial (Anul 1728)

Abstract: The present paper FROM THE CHRONOLOGY OF THE IMPERIAL BANAT (1728) is a small part of the great research theme THE CRONOLOGY OF THE IMPERIAL BANAT (1716-1753). It aims to present the year, month, day and the events that happened then.
The Scientific Researcher I, dr. Ioan Hategan, proposed this theme several years ago, and since then we have started working on it, translating, analysing and putting together the information that we had obtained. Most of the information was in German and it was found in the work of Baróti Lajos (Ludwig Grün) published in the magazine of the museum in Banat, called Tőrténelmi és Régeszeti Ertésitő between 1893-1907.
To conclude with, we desire to create a complex work, and the documents which have been synthetized and summarised, to provide useful and accessible information to all the readers.

Manifestări ale monografismului bănăţean în perioada interbelică

Abstract: Emanoil Ungureanu was born on 21 December 1845 at Satchinez, Timiş county. After finishing secondary school in Timişoara (1868) he gratuated from the Law School in Budapest (1872). From 1874 he worked as a lawyer in Timişoara. Between 1885 and1896 he was the bank manager of ‘Timişana’ Bank of Timişoara. Between 1885 and 1897 he conducted Alumneul Românesc. He sustained many Romanian cultural enterprises of the time (eg.: a founding member of Muzeul de Istorie şi Etnografie of Sibiu; a founding member  of ASTRA; a founding member of ’Societatea literară Petru Maior’; a founding member  of ’Asociaţia pentru cultura poporului român’ of Arad; a founding member of ’Reuniunea învăţătorilor români din Banat’, belonging to the Diocese of Arad; a founding member  of ’Reuniunea femeilor române’ of Sibiu; a founding member  of ’Reuniunea femeilor române’  of Timişoara; a founding member  of ’Reuniunea femeilor române’  of Arad; a founding member  of ’Societea pentru sprijinirea teatrului român din Ungaria şi Ardeal’; member of Casina Militară Timişoara; member of ’Societea Istoriceă şi Arheologică Timişoara’; member of ’România Jună’, the literary society of Vienna; member of ’Societatea ziariştilor români din Ardeal şi Banat’; member of ’Societea de gimnastică’ of Timişoara etc.).

Viața cultural-artistică la Cenad în perioada 1948-1962

Abstract: After the Second World War and the establishment of the communist political regime, the Romanian society, culture including, was seriously disrupted. Through organised terror, after the Bolshevik model, the former cultural patterns were to be replaced with new ones that supported the political aspects first and foremost. In the rural areas, the people who were forced to educate the peasants in the communist spirit were the teachers.

Scurt istoric al provinciilor românești unite cu țara în anul de grație 1918

Abstract: Since its formation, in the 8th-9th centuries, following a broad process of ethnogenesis, the Romanian people have contributed, substantially, through the great voivodes, but also through the simple peasants, considered, in a word, the "sole" of the country. , to block all attempts of the Ottoman Empire to conquer Central Europe and to preserve human civilization in this part of the continent.

Contribuții la cunoașterea legăturilor și a colaborării dintre Asociațiunea Transilvană și instituțiile fundamentale ale României Mari: Guvernul și Casa Regală între 1918-1948

Abstract: Astra collaborated optimally with all the fundamental institutions of Greater Romania - the Royal House, the Government, the Church, the Army, not least with the School, but also with the other cultural structures active during the interwar period and beyond. The Romanian monarchs were honorary presidents of the Astra. The Romanian kings honored their participation, even materially supporting many of Astra's projects. The hierarchs of the Church, the metropolitans, the bishops, both the Orthodox, but also the unions became involved in the activities of Astra, were presidents or vice-presidents of Astra, presided over the general meetings of the institution. The Romanian governments have been involved in supporting Astra, many of the Romanian ministers, former or current members in the Sections of the Association. Officers and generals of the Romanian Army were prominent members, or were involved in the efforts of Astra to spread his message in Bessarabia, Dobrogea and Banat, and the teachers supported the institution or even activated in the central or local management of the Astraas was the case of teachers Iuliu Moldovan, Iuliu Hațieganu, Silviu Țeposu, Eugen Hulea, Sabin Evuțianu, Ascaniu Crișan or Valer Literat.




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