MARTOR 27 / 2022
FROM TRANSCRIBING ORALITY TO ORAL PRACTICES OF WRITING. RURAL AND POPULAR CULTURES IN THE DIGITAL ERA
Coordinators: Dr. Anamaria Iuga, Dr. Frosa PEJOSKA-BOUCHEREAU; Dr. Krassimira KRASTANOVA; Dr. Corina IOSIF.
Contents • Sommaire
Anamaria IUGA, Frosa PEJOSKA-BOUCHEREAU, Krassimira KRASTANOVA, Corina IOSIF
Introduction. From Transcribing Orality to Oral Practices of Writing
I. Writing Orality. Production and Legitimation of the Past
Letters in Verse from the Great War
II. Orality as a Tool. The Production of the Continuous Present
Laura JIGA ILIESCU
The Handwritten Recipe Notebook as a Place of Memory
III. Orality on Display
Krassimira KRASTANOVA, Maria KISSIKOVA, Elitsa STOILOVA
Creative Traditions and Cultural Projects: Re-thinking Heritage through Experience
IV. Book Reviews
Ana Pascu, and Valeria Olenici. 2021. Povești în șezătoare. Illustrated by Beatrice Iordan. Bucharest: Martor, 160 p.
(Reviewed by Maria MATEONIU-MICU)
Dagnoslaw Demski and Dominika Czarnecka, eds. 2021. Staged Otherness. Ethnic Shows in Central and Eastern Europe, 1850-1939. Budapest – Vienna – New York: Central European University Press, 449 p.
(Reviewed by Stelu ȘERBAN)
Speranța Rădulescu. 2021. Regards sur la musique en Roumanie au XXe siècle. Musiciens, musiques, institutions. Translated from the Romanian by Cécile Folschweiller. Paris: L’Harmattan, 184 p.
(Reviewed by Mariana HURJUI-SĂU)
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