Editor de active Editor de active

«Înapoi

Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation

     "Alexandru andAristia Aman" Foundation is the successor, in fact and in law,of the homonymous Foundation opened in 1908, as a result of Aman familly wills.Alexandru andAristia Aman, the  owners of the premises where foundation work, donated all their material and spiritual goods to the municipality, in order to establish a public cultural institution.Comprised of three sections: library, art gallery and museum, the organization has operated continuously for over 40 years, being disbanded during the communist regime.

     In 2014, more than 60 years after the dissolution, the foundation was revived in earnest desire to promote the values and principles that have guidedAlexandru and Aristia Aman.Thus, the charitable and philanthropic acts, scientific and cultural events for the general public, as well as publishing national and international works are just some of the foundation goals.

     Being an organization established for the purpose of initiating, promoting and supporting cultural, educational, didactical and philanthropic projects and programs, directly aimed at the citizens' interests and ,thus, promoting civic values and the need to defend human rights, the "Alexandru and Aristia Aman" Foundation is actively involved in organizing and conducting social activities and human-charity, it militates for strengthening harmony and good coexistence between different ethnic and social groups and supports the promotion of the historical and touristic sights in Dolj County.

        Between 2014-2015, the Foundation has contributed to equipping and renovating several libraries in the rural areas, organizing two international conferences, in partnership with the "Alexandru and Aristia Aman" County Library.

          In the following period, the Foundation will be involved in organizing socio-cultural trainings and granting scholarships to young people who are distinguished by excellent performance in different areas, such as music, painting, sculpture, history, European values and civil ethics.

Afişare bibliotecă documente Afişare bibliotecă documente

Documente
Nu sunt documente in acest director.
Nume Mărime
Nu sunt documente in acest director.
Se afişează 0 rezultate.

Afişare conţinut web Afişare conţinut web

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences (J.H.C.S.S. ), (ISSN 2393-5960 & E-ISSN 2393-5960), is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary international journal publishing original and high-quality articles covering a wide range of topics in scientific research, dedicated to promoting high standards and excellence in the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge. J.H.C.S.S. is a open access journal that publishes papers submitted in English language. Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences is published by the "Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation".

We accept to review: Research Papers, Working Papers, Case Studies, Book Reviews and academic event reviews. Articles submitted should not have been previously published or be currently under consideration for publication any place else and should report original unpublished research results.

The Journal publishes in both print and online version. Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences publishes research paper in the field of: Political Sciences, International Relations, History, European Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, Archaeology, , Diplomacy, Law, Political Parties, Sociology, Social Welfare, Education, Theology and Church History, Journalism, Media and Communication, Development Studies, Population Studies, Corporate Governance, Public Administration, Women Studies, Social Welfare, Anthropology and finally Linguistics, Cultural Studies, Cultural Heritage, Cross-cultural Studies etc.

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences aims to initiate debates on the multiple facets of contemporary international relations, trying to encourage a useful exchange of experience between researchers and to promote new and original hypotheses and interpretations in order to improve the research quality. We also want to create a dialogue between the different approaches to medieval, modern and contemporary history. Apart from the political, diplomatic and economic aspects – which are commonly addressed in the study of international relations – we want to emphasize the increasing role of the cultural factor.
Our journal will also publish reviews of any academic event focusing on medieval, modern and contemporary history, which took place either in Romania or abroad.

Open access gives a worldwide audience larger than that of any subscription-based journal and thus increases the visibility and impact of published works. It also enhances indexing, retrieval power and eliminates the need for permissions to reproduce and distribute content. J.H.C.S.S. is fully committed to the Open Access Initiative and will provide free access to all articles as soon as they are published.

Table of contents Table of contents

 

 

STUDIES AND ARTICLES................................................................. 5

 

Nicoleta Ciachir,

Romanian-Bulgarian Political-Diplomatic Relations during Bulgarian

Agrarian Government (1921-1923).......................................................... 7

 

Alexandra Porumbescu,

Historical Landmarks of the Romanian's Migration to Germany............. 27

 

Petre Opris& Cezar Avram,

Two Visits to Romania which never took place: Robert Kennedy (1968)

and Leonid Brejnev (1969)...................................................................... 41

 

Ariadna Anamaria Petri

Can a Regional Mediator Sort out the Israeli Palestinian Conflict: Turkey on Stage................. 57

 

Lucian Dindirică,

The regionalization process in Peoples Republic of Romania.................... 71

 

ACADEMICS &BOOK REVIEWS.................................................... 87

2ndInternational Conference Politics. Diplomacy. Culture Craiova, 10-13 of June 2015 – , by Alexandru Ionicescu...................................................................... 89

 

Ovidiu Cristea, Puterea cuvintelor: știriși război în sec. XV-XVI[The Power of Words: News and War in the 15thand 16thcenturies], Târgoviște, Cetatea de Scaun Publishing House, 2014, 390 pp. by Liviu Marius Ilie............................................................................ 91

 

Lucian Boia, ed., Maria, Regina României, Jurnal de război: 1916- 1917. Precedat de însemnări din 1910-1916 [Mary, Queen of Romania,War Diary: 1916-1917. Preceded by notes of 1910-1916], translated from English by Anca Bărbulescu, Humanitas, Bucharest, 2014, 502 pp., by Mihai Ghițulescu........................................................................... 97

 

Ablonczy Balazs, Transilvania reîntoarsã 1940-1944 [Transylvania regained 1940-1944], translated from Hungarian by Anna Scarlat, Iași, Institutul european, 2014, 356 pp., by Alexandru Ionicescu.................................................................... 101

Caută Caută

Toate câmpurile



Autor



Titlu



Număr  
  Volum  
  Pagină
 
Toate câmpurile prea lungi
Câmpul autor este prea lung  
Titlul introdus este prea lung  
Câmpul volum este prea lung  
Câmpul volum este greşit  
Câmpul numărului este prea lung  
Câmpul număr este completat greşit  
Câmpul pagină este prea lung  
Câmpul pagină este greşit  

Contact Contact

Date contact ...

Articole publicate în regim Online First Articole publicate în regim Online First

Nu există rezultate.

Nu au fost găsite articole