“The Legionaries rise! The neo-Legionary movement in post-Communist Romania” (Cecilie Endresen)

Originally in Südost-Forschungen 69/70 , 2010 By the late 1990s, several "Legionary" groups, claiming to be the successors of the "Legiunea Arhanghelul Mihail" (The Legion of Michael the Archangel), had emerged across Romania. In order to distinguish these Post-Communist groups from their purported predecessor, which was founded by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu in 1927, I will refer to them as "neo-Legionary" groups. The neo-Legionary movement is… Continue lendo “The Legionaries rise! The neo-Legionary movement in post-Communist Romania” (Cecilie Endresen)

“Un Cioran méconnu” (Mara Magda Maftei)

Romanica Olomucensia 29/1 (2017): 87-105, doi: 10.5507/ro.2017.007 Abstract: It is said that youth marks us for ever, that the past is never forgotten. What about when it comes to a controversial writer with a double culture, French-Romanian, and born in a turbulent historical context? This paper emphasizes some original matters concerning the writer Emil Cioran.… Continue lendo “Un Cioran méconnu” (Mara Magda Maftei)

“Thinkers and Liars”: review on Marta Petreu’s “An Infamous Past…” (Joseph Frank)

New Republic 14/11/06, Nov 16, 2006 In the aftermath of World War II, there was a great influx of refugees into the United States. Most came from countries where populations had been uprooted by the course of battle, or were escaping from a past that they were lucky to have survived. Some, however, were trying… Continue lendo “Thinkers and Liars”: review on Marta Petreu’s “An Infamous Past…” (Joseph Frank)