Associate editors for the issue in 2020 (under preparation):

Cătălina Tesăr (National Museum of the Romanian Peasant)

Ana Chirițoiu (Central European University)

Managing editor:

 Anamaria Iuga, PhD., is Head of Ethnology Studies Department at the Romanian Peasant Museum in Bucharest, where she has a rich research activity concerning the dynamic of the traditional art and traditional customs, the intangible heritage in contemporary Romania and traditional ecological knowledge from mountain regions in Romania. She has a PhD in philology, with a thesis of ethnology from the Babeş-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca). Her dissertation was published as Valea Izei îmbrăcată țărănește (Iza Valley Dressed in a Peasant Manner), Galaxia Gutenberg, 2011.

Editors:

Corina Iosif, PhD., is a senior researcher at the Romanian Peasant National Museum. She graduate the “G. Enescu” Conservatoire in Iaşi in 1988. She obtained her Ph.D. in Anthropology / Ethnology in 2007, at Ecole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, and in 2016 she obtained the habilitation in Sociology. Since 2004 she is associate researcher of the Center of History of Imaginary, Department of Ancient History, Archeology and Art History, Faculty of History, Bucharest University. Books: Ecaterina Lung, Yahia Abou El Farah, Corina Iosif, Daniela Zaharia, Simona Corlan (coord.), Les Constructions Identitaires dans les Espaces Francophones d’Europe Orientale et d’Afrique, Ed. de l’Université Mohammed V, Institut des Etudes Africaines, Serie : Recherches et Etudes n° 18, Rabat, 2015; Megleno-Românii din Cerna. Repertoriul muzical şi de dans comunitar între practică socială şi politici identitare. [The Megleno-Romanians from Cerna. Music and Dance repertoire between Community Practices and Identity Politics], Ed. Univ. „A.I. Cuza”, Iaşi, 2014; L’entreprise de la parenté. Réseaux d’échanges entre les Aroumains de Constanţa, EFES, Cluj-Napoca, 2009; Hora satului din Certeze. O descriere etnografică, [The Village Dance from Certeze. An Ethnographical Description] EFES, Cluj, 2005.

Sorana-Cristina Man, Ph.D., is a classicist. She also holds a five-year degree (MA equivalent) in Philosophy from the University of Bucharest. She has worked as an Editor for various Romanian and foreign publications, has translated several books of philosophy from Latin and English, and has published numerous cultural studies, including a number of academic articles. The University of Bucharest awarded her a prize for one of her literary works. Her book “Instances of Death in Greek Tragedy” has recently come out with Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Oana Rădoi, Graphic Designer. With a background in Philology and an MA in Applied Linguistics, she spends five years as an Assistant Researcher at the “Iorgu Iordan and Al. Rosetti” Institute of Linguistics of the Romanian Academy, at the Lexicology and Lexicography Department. Then she realizes that she would like not only to search the book pages, but also to make their printing possible. Thus, for almost 15 years, she has been gathering signs, writings and images in graphic programs, giving them a new look. She has been meeting with Martor Journal at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant for six years. She makes its text friends with images, adds a touch of colour and sends it to print.