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Whatever others may feel, we feel at home in our Museum. We feel good here, we like to look around the rooms with painted walls, full of beautiful, surprising or simply familiar objects. We feel closer to our parents and know there are stories here to share with our children. Working together everyday, we sometimes feel like a big family. Do you hesitate to believe us? Come to the Peasant Museum and see for yourself…

Revista MARTOR, Nr. 17 din 2012


Everyday life during communism. History, memory, oblivion.
La vie quotidienne pendant le communisme. Histoire, mémoire, oubli.

Contents / Sommaire

Maria Mateoniu, Mihai Gheorghiu
Theories and Methods of Studying Everyday Life. Everyday Life during Communism

Mihai Gheorghiu
Surviving communism. Escape from underground

Claudia Florentina Dobre
Repression and Resistance. Women Remembering their Daily Life in Romanian Communist Prisons

Maria Mateoniu
Public and the Private in Communist Romania: The Retrospective of a Dynamic Dichotomy Twenty Years after the Demise of the Communist Regime

Petru Negură
Studium post negotium. La première génération d’étudiants de Bessarabie (République de Moldavie) en Roumanie (1990-1991) : redéfinitions identitaires, stratégies de survie, tentatives de profit

Ana Pascu
Les relations interethniques pendant la période 1945 – 1990 à Alţâna (département de Sibiu). Etude de cas

Laura Jerca
The Beginnings of the Repression against the German Minority in Romania:
A Case Study of Transylvanian Saxon Communities, 1945-1949.

Everyday Propaganda. Images from the Archive of the Romanian Peasant Museum (selection by Simina Bădică)

Adriana Speteanu
The Restructuring of Free Time in the Communist Romania of the 1980s. The Case of the 23 August Works

Annemarie Sorescu-Marinković
The World through the TV Screen. Everyday Life under Communism at the Western Romanian Border

Sanda Golopentia
Daily lives in Bucharest 1946–1950

Zoltán Rostás
The Parallel Bucharest of the 1980s. The Memoirs of a Memoirs’ Keeper

Mirel-Eleodor Bănică
The Relevance of Memory and the Role of the Witness. A Case Study

Mirela Florian
Autoportrait d’un héros


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