Institutul de Investigare a Crimelor Comunismului și Memoria Exilului Românesc

History of Communism in Europe. Avatars of Intellectuals under Communism, Zeta Books, 2011

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History of communism in Europe, 2011

Numărul curent abordează o tematică mai largă pe marginea relației complicate dintre intelectuali și regimurile totalitare comuniste: „Avatars of Intellectuals under Communism”. Volumul găzduiește contribuții originale pe numeroase subiecte care frecventează tematica interacțiunii (indiferent de natura ei) dintre intelectuali și partidul-stat (I. Intellectuals and the Utopian Temptation; II. Arts and Culture; III. Communist Communities of Expert Knowledge; IV. Dissent), precum și mai multe recenzii la volume recent apărute.

Din cuprins:
Andreea ZAMFIRA: Intellectuals’ Enthusiasm for Communism at the End of the First World War in France; Valentine LOMELLINI: Reassessing the Communist Utopia? Euro communist intellectuals at the mirror of the “developed socialism”; Alina PAVELESCU: Idéologiser la culture alternative. Adrian Păunescu et le Cénacle Flacăra; Fjoralba SATKA: Albanian Alternative Painting vs. Official Painting under Communism; Alice MOCĂNESCU: Artists and Political Power: The Functioning of the Romanian Artists’ Union during the Ceauşescu Era, 1965-1975; Nataliya HRISTOVA: Des masques au mascarade. Les intellectuels et les défis de la mémoire sociale (Milieu des années 1950 – fin des années 1990); Shawn CLYBOR: Socialist (Sur)Realism: Karel Teige, Ladislav Štoll and the Politics of Communist Culture in Czechoslovakia; Ștefan BOSOMITU: Notes and Remarks on the (Re) Institutionalization of Sociology in Communist Romania in the 1960s; Bogdan IACOB: Co-option and Control: The Changing Profile of the Historical Front in Communist Romania at the End of the Fifties; Nevena DIMOVA: Macedonian and Albanian Intellectuals and the National Idea(s) in Socialist Macedonia; Luciana JINGA: Intellectuelles ou apparatchiks. Les politiques pour la promotion des femmes dans le Parti Communiste Roumain; Márta ERDŐS, Gábor KELEMEN: The Finite Universe: Discursive Double Bind and Parrhesia in State Socialism; Iulia VLADIMIROV: Monica Lovinescu: The Voice of Unbound Freedom; Cosmina TĂNĂSOIU: Revisiting Romanian Dissent under Communism. The Unbearable Lightness of Solitude; Ana-Maria CĂTĂNUȘ: Breaking the barriers of Romanian conformism. Dissent and scientific critique of Communism in mathematician Mihai Botez’ thinking. A case study