Gellu Naum’s Poetry Abroad

Gellu NaumMartin Woodside’s review of Nomadosofia by Chris Tanasescu has recently appeared in the prestigious literary magazine Asymptote.
Both Chris and Martin are Fulbright Alumni and are cooperating on several literary projects. One example is their volume of translations from Gellu Naum’s poetry – to be published soon at Calypso Editions. The book will have its launch in New York.
Chris and MARGENTO or, as Martin has it, ”in simplest terms, MARGENTO is the Romanian poet and translator Chris Tanasescu”, tells us that a fragment of "The Animal-Tree" by Gellu Naum is available online on the legendary “The Kenyon Review”:

Pre-departure Orientation for Romanian Grantees 2013

Orientare smallOn July 8, the Romanian - U.S. Fulbright Commission organized the pre-departure orientation for the Romanian Fulbright grantees, TEA fellows and independent students starting their study/research program in the U.S., academic year 2013-2014. The Fulbrighters had the opportunity to meet officials of the U.S. Embassy, American and Romanian Fulbright alumni, professors and researchers who introduced them to the American environment. The event ended with a Reception at Casa Oamenilor de Stiinta, to honor the grantees and offer them one more moment of interaction and socializing. Congratulations and good luck to all the 2013-2014 Romanian Fulbright grantees, TEA fellows and independent students!

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Romanian Fulbrighter Cristina Galalae presents her research at the CCT and IAIR academic conferences

Cristina Galalae„There are many ways to resume a Fulbright research term and I strongly believe that there is no better epitome than sharing the results of one’s work. And there are indeed several avenues to achieve that and I believe there is no better place than the academic agora. During my last month as a Fulbright researcher at the IC2 Institute, University of Texas at Austin I had the pleasure to present my work in the context of two renowned academic conferences. Needless to say that if it wouldn’t have been for the training and networking facilities that I had access to as a Fulbrighter, I wouldn’t have ever dared to submit my work to the evaluation of these communities.
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Contributions in the Field of Performance Studies and Theatre by Romanian Fulbrighters

phd1Saviana Stanescu (Condeescu), Fulbright 2001-2002, New York University, has completed her PhD in Theatre with the National University of Theatre&Film, Bucharest. Her dissertation "Playwrights Reconfiguring the Classics" (Antigone, Medea, Phaedra, Oedipus, Iphigenia) has substantial chapters dedicated to American playwrights Neil LaBute, Charles Mee, Lynn Nottage, Caridad Svich, Chiori Miyagawa, Karen Hartman, Susan Yankowitz, Ellen McLaughlin, Matthew Maguire, etc, and a case-study on Saviana's collaboration with the renowned professor and avant-guard legend, director Richard Schechner, on the production "Yokastas Redux" at La MaMa Theatre in NYC. Thesis advisor: Univ. Prof. Ludmila Patlanjoglu (UNATC).

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Collective Volume Edited by Fulbright Scholar Dan Eugen Ratiu

phd1Two articles by former Fulbright Senior Specialists at Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Professor Kevin V. Mulcahy (23 October - 9 November 2009) and Dr. Constance DeVereaux (9 May-18 June 2011) were translated and published in the collective volume Politica culturală și artele: local, național, global / Cultural policies and arts: local, national, global (2011), edited by their host, Associate Professor Dan Eugen Rațiu, himself a former Senior Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Northeastern University Boston (September-December 2010).

Kevin V. Mulcahy, „Identity and Cultural Policy”, translated as „Identitate și politică culturală” in: Dan-Eugen Rațiu (ed.), Politica culturală și artele: local, național, global, Casa Cărţii de Știinţă, Cluj-Napoca, 2011, pp.21-38.

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