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Carmen Ciornea: Facultatea de Teologie – Universitatea „Ovidius”

Law, Society & Organisations, 2019, issue 7 (2/2019), 65-75

Abstract: It is known that Sandu Tudor (alias Alexandru Teodorescu) belonged to the elite of the young interwar generation, certified, in particular, by his position as a journalist. What is less known is the quality of his ASCR membership (ASCR - the Christian Student Association in interwar Romania) in his student years. The sources that verify this latest information are the secret police archives as well as the testimony of Sandu Tudor himself – his autobiographical memoirs. The sources of the analysis come, in particular, from archive documents in Romania and from the interwar press. Thus, in particular six files from A. C. N. S. A. S. (the Archives of the National Council for studying the secret police archives) covered the field of documentation: first, the Y. M. C. A. (Young Men's Christian Association) files, but also the files of student congresses in Romania during the period dealt with by this study. The reader should be warned that the interpretative sketch below does not claim a substantial analysis of what the interwar young generation meant to Great Romania. The examination of this association aims to identify conclusive data on how the church was perceived and experienced especially by students and intellectuals during the interwar period.

Keywords: Sandu Tudor; Alexandru Teodorescu; Orthodoxy; Christian paradigm; Association of Romanian Christian Students (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 K49 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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