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Hungarian Minority Politics in Post-Socialist Romania: Interests, Strategies, and Discourses

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Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, European and Regional Studies
The Journal of Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
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Linguistic Justice and English as a Lingua Franca from a Minority Perspective
– The Case of Hungarians in Transylvania –

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Property Law in the New Romanian Civil Code

References BELEIU, Gh. 1992. The Right to Preemption Regulated by Law No 18/1991 of the Land Registry. Bucharest: Dreptul 12. 1994. Romanian Civil Law. Introduction in Romanian Civil Law, Subjects of Civil Law. Bucharest: Şansa. CHELARU, E. 1998. The Right to Preemption Regulated by Law No 54/1998. Bucharest: Dreptul 8. COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY. 1991. Cause Georg Von Deetzen C. Hauptzollampt Oldenburg. 1989. Bulletin CJCE 18(1). DEAK, Fr. 1992. The Right to Preemption. Bucharest

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Methodological Issues in Monitoring the Hungarian Audiovisual Media in Romania

Bibliography BALÁZS Géza. 1998. Magyar nyelvkultúra az ezredfordulón . Budapest: A–Z Kiadó. LŐRINCZE Lajos. 1973. Nyelvszokás és nyelvi norma. Magyar Nyelvőr 69: 266–275. MAKSAY Ágnes. 2012. Az erdélyi magyar média. In: APRÓ István (ed.), Határon túli magyar nyelvű médiumok 2010/2011 . Kutatási jelentések. Médiatudományi Intézet, 11–37. PÉNTEK János. 2001. A nyelv ritkuló légköre. Szociolingvisztikai dolgozatok . Kolozsvár: Komp-Press Kiadó, Korunk Baráti Társaság. Raport privind implementarea în România a Cartei europene a

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The Deportation of Germans from Romania to the Soviet Union in 1944–1945

References BAIER. Hannelore. 1994. Deportarea etnicilor germani din Romania in Uniunea Sovieticti [The Deportation of the Ethnic Germans of Romania to the Soviet Union], 1945. Forumul Democrat al Germanilor din Romania. ABLONCZY Balazs. 2011. A visszatert Erdely [Transylvania Rejoining] 1940- 1944. Budapest: Jaffa Kiado. BETEA, Lavinia-DIAC, Cristina-MDIAI, Florin-Rftzvan-TIU, Ilarion. 2012. Lungul drum spre nictiieri. Germanii din Romdnia deportati in URSS [The Long Journey to Nowhere. Romania's Germans

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Minority Civil Society

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Both the concept and the issue of civil society is a matter of dispute in respect of theory and practice alike. The present paper has a triple ambition: outlining the history of ideas behind the concept, providing an interpretation, and carrying out a distinct analysis of the processes characteristic of the East-Central European region. Owing to the unrealistic expectations formed around the concept, mystification poses a great danger to present-day civil society. In what follows, we will analyse the dilemmas evolved around the issue of civil society.

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Phenomena of Linguistic Interference in Old Hungarian Texts

hungarológiáról. Előadások a VII. Nemzetközi Hungarológiai Kongresszuson. Budapest: Nemzetközi Magyarságtudományi Társaság, 41–68. PÉNTEK János–BENŐ Attila. 2003. Nyelvi kapcsolatok, nyelvi dominanciák az erdélyi régióban. Cluj: Anyanyelvápolók Erdélyi Szövetsége. PRODAN, David (ed.). 1970. Urbările Ţării Făgăraşului. Bucharest: Editura Academiei Republicii Socialiste România. SzT. – Erdélyi magyar szótörténeti tár I–XIV. 1976–2014. (I–VIII. Ed. Szabó T. Attila, I–IV. Kriterion Kiadó, Bucharest; V–VIII. Akadémiai–Kriterion, Budapest–Bucharest; IX–XI. Ed

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National Traumas – Local Memories Villages Southeast and Southwest from Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca) during WW2 – General Research Overview

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The presentation summarizes the results of two years of oral history research. The aim of the research was to record the recollections of the still living eyewitnesses of the events in the fall of 1944 in Cluj and its surroundings, in settlements that belonged to the southern part of Transylvania during World War II. Several hours of interviews were made in the villages of the regions of Ţara Călatei (Kalotaszeg) and the Transylvanian Plain (Mezőség), and the lecture presents a synthesis of these interviews. They address issues like deportation, atrocities, fleeing, arm usage, Soviet and Romanian detention camps, adventurous escapes, etc.

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The Activities of the Committee for the Preservation of Military Traditions from Turda (THHB)

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The Institute of Military History of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence decided in 2000 to try to find the marked or unmarked graves of Hungarian soldiers killed in World War II. Joining this initiative, Jozsef Patakv founded the Committee for the Preservation of Military Traditions from Turda (THHB). Among other things, the aim of establishing the Committee was to discover the identity of the Hungarian soldiers that died in action in the fall of 1944 in Torda (in Romanian: Turda: in the followings, we will use the traditionally Hungarian name of the town: Torda) and its surroundings, find the location where they were buried, and erect a worthy monument to their memory. A Hungarian Soldier Graveyard was created within the Central Hungarian Cemetery of Torda, which has since become a place of pilgrimage. In addition, more then fifty sites of Hungarian soldiers’ graves were discovered and in most of the cases properly marked since that time. In 2012, Jozsef Patakv was awarded the Hungarian Gold Cross by the Ministry of Defence for his untiring work to discover the places of burial and identify Hungarian soldiers that died in WWII, and for worthily keeping their memories alive.

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