Culture, politics, and identity. An analysis of the European Idea Review 1919 – 1928
Aura Carmen Slate ()
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Aura Carmen Slate: University of Bucharest, Romania
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2014, vol. 5(1), 145-171
Incipient forms of the Europeanist movement could be traced back in the Romanian history of the 20th century. The present study focuses on the European Idea Review, one of the most important publications of the interwar period. After closely examining the Review, commencing with the year 1919, and completing with the issues of 1928 as the last ones of its release, I concluded that four were extremely intriguing and captivating, and comprised the most debated themes that evolved in the Review. These themes relate to the post-war Europe, the Romanian culture and politics, the challenges in terms of the new international system architecture, the European unity project. I reached the conclusion that the Review had an informative and formative role in the Romanian society, and was a well-praised and popular initiative of a remarkable, culturally prodigious personality of European descent, Constantin Rădulescu-Motru.
Keywords: European Idea; culture; politics; Europeanist movement; interwar Romania (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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