MARTOR 21 / 2016

A Place for Hay. Flexibility and Continuity in Hay-Meadow Management

Coordinators: Anamaria Iuga and Bogdan Iancu

Contents • Sommaire

 

Anamaria IUGA, Bogdan IANCU and MONICA Stroe
Introduction: A Place for Hay. Flexibility and Continuity in Hay Meadow Management

I. Historical Insights on Hay

Ion BLĂJAN
Haymaking in the Eighteenth Century

Chantal DHENNIN-LALART
«Regardez si ça germe et si ça pousse !». Le processus de re-«paysannisation» des zones rouges du front occidental après la Grande Guerre

II. Bio-Cultural Diversity of Hay

Cosmin Marius IVAȘCU, Kinga ÖLLERER, László RÁKOSY
The Traditional Perceptions of Hay and Hay-Meadow Management in a Historical Village from Maramureş County, Romania

Tibor HARTEL, Cristina CRAIOVEANU, Kinga-Olga RÉTI
Tree Hay as Source of Economic Resilience in Traditional Social-ecological Systems from Transylvania

Anamaria IUGA
Intangible Hay Heritage in Șurdești

Ioana-Ruxandra FRUNTELATĂ, Cristian MUȘA, Elena DUDĂU
Haylife and Haylore in Starchiojd (Prahova county, Romania): from Present to Past

III. Drivers of Change in Hay Culture

Tommy LENNARTSSON, Anna WESTIN, Anamaria IUGA, Elizabeth JONES, Scott MADRY, Seth MURRAY, Eva GUSTAVSSON
“The Meadow is the Mother of the Field”. Comparing Transformations in Hay Production in Three European Agroecosystems

Bogdan IANCU, Monica STROE
In Search of Eligibility: Common Agricultural Policy and the Reconfiguration of Hay Meadows Management in the Romanian Highlands

Dániel BABAI, Zsolt MOLNÁR
Species-rich Mountain Grasslands Through the Eyes of the Farmer: Flora, Species Composition, and Extensive Grassland Management

IV. Hay on Display

Anca-Maria PĂNOIU
“Real Hay is the Hay with Local Feedback”: Traditions and Transitions of Hay (an interview with Bogdan Iancu, Anamaria Iuga, Cosmin Manolache)

Nicolas TRIBOI
Jardin d’herbes, «En Herbe»

Ernö BARTHA
Nature in the City

V. Fieldnotes on Hay

Alexandru IORGA
Hay Days in the “Black Forest” – Field Notes and Photographs from Caraorman, the Danube Delta

Book Reviews

Ștefan DORONDEL, Disrupted Landscapes. State, Peasants and the Politics of Land in Postsocialist Romania, Berghahn, New York, Oxford, 2016, 252 p. (reviewed by Stelu ȘERBAN)

Dániel BABAI, Ábel MOLNÁR and Zsolt MOLNÁR: „Ahogy gondozza, úgy veszi hasznát”. Hagyományos ökológiai tudás és gazdálkodás Gyimesben. Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Land Use in Gyimes (Eastern Carpathians), Vácrátót, Budapest, 2014, 174 p. (reviewed by Kinga ÖLLERER)