Keywords & Abstract
Martor No. 20 / Year 2015
Displaying the Undisplayable: Nameless in the World. An Exhibition on the Pro-Natalist Policies of the Ceaușescu Regime
Authors: Gabriela Nicolescu, Lila Passima, Corina Doboș
About the authors:
Associate lecturer in anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research on the politics of display and representation includes fieldwork in the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant.
E-mail: cristea.gabriela at gmail dot com
Curator and visual artist. She is in charge of the museum’ education department from the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant.
E-mail: lilapassima at yahoo dot com
Historian working at the University of Bucharest and “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest on bio-politics in Communist Romania.
E-mail: cori.dobos at gmail dot com
Keywords: communist Romania, pro-natalist policy, ‘children of the Decree generation’, domestic space, abortion, social memory, exhibition
Nameless in the World. An Exhibition on the Pro-Natalist Policies of the Ceaușescu Regime is an exhibition organized by the Institute of the Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile (ICCMRE) in partnership with the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant (NMRP), displayed at the NMRP Headquarters (Foyer Room) in October – November 2012.
Concept & curatorship: Lila Passima and Cosmin Manolache (NMRP)
Documentation: Florin S. Soare and Corina Doboș (ICCMRE)
Virtual tour ( http://politicapronatalista.iiccr.ro): Mihai Bodea & Youngminds
How to cite this article:
Nicolescu, Gabriela, Lila Passima and Corina Doboş. 2015. “Displaying the Undisplayable: Nameless in the World. An Exhibition on the Pro-Natalist Policies of the Ceauşescu Regime.” Martor 20: 181-192.