EU Project PAST MEMORY FOR A FUTURE OPEN SOCIETY
    520719-EFC-1-2011-1-RO-EFC-REM

    The International Symposium "Communist Regimes - Recent Memory for an Open Society"
   1 - 6 August 2012, Negru Voda Cultural Foundation, Fagaras and Sambata - Romania


                               SHORT PRESENTATIONS

1. Manastirea de maici Hirova in perioada sovietica Liliana Condraticova, Institutul Patrimoniului Cultural al Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei;

2. Living beside the Berlin Wall Lars Haneberg, Carl von Ossietzky-Universitat Oldenburg, Germany;

3. Homo Juris - Professor Alexandru Herlea (1907-1979) Helerea Elena, Transilvania University of Brasov;

4. A life dedicated United Church of Rome and Romanian Nation - Priest and teacher - Dr. Aurel Lelutiu Laura-Mihaela Lelutiu, Transilvania University of Brasov, Ovidiu-Constantin Savu, Casa Muresenilor Museum, Brasov, Romania;

5. Aspects of the "Creative Resistance" in Communist Romania Manuela Marin, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania;

6. Creatia literara ca forma de rezistenta in Romania comunista. Cazuri semnalate de cenzura Ion Zainea, Carmen Ungur-Brehoi, Universitatea din Oradea, Romania;

7. Institutul de istorie, limba si literatura si "fabricarea stiintifica a poporului moldovenesc" in RSS Moldoveneasca (1946-1961) Lidia Prisac, Institute of the Cultural Patrimony of Moldavia's Academy of Sciences, Chisinau, Republic of Moldavia;

8. A typical agent story from the Kadar period Tamas Meszaros, Emplekpont Museum, Hungary;

9. Moments of the history of intergovernmental relationship between Romania and Hungary Gabor Vincze, Emlekpont Museum, Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary;

10. Youth Communist Organizations in Bulgaria Mariya Zhelyazkova, Presiyan Costadinov, St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria;

11. International economic relationships of the Soviet Union during the communist period and nowadays Anasztazia Kerekes, Emlekpont Museum, Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary;

12. Human rights in the German Democratic Republic (DDR) and the Federal Republic of Germany (BRD): A comparison Christina Bick, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany;

13. Permanent Exhibitions in Bulgarian Memorial Museums Vera Boneva, State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies - Sofia, Nikolal Prodanov, St. Cyril and St. Methodius University - Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria;

14. Everyday culture - Papers for students of different age made by the Emlekpont-team Peter Blazovich, Emlekpont Museum, Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary;