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Transylvanianism as Identity Discourse

: Altera XI(26-27): 88. Zaciu, Mircea. 1996. Ca o imensă scenă. Transilvania... Cluj-Napoca: Editura Fundaţiei Culturale Române. Zaciu, Mircea. 1994. Transylvania’s Significance in Romanian Literature. In: Transylvanian Review III(3) (Autumn): 19-27. Abecedar. Indice bibliografic întocmit de Dona Daisa, Biblioteca Academiei RSR, filiala Cluj, serviciul de documentare şi bibliografie, Cluj, 1972. Primul Buletin al Grupării Intelectuale Thesis din Sibiu, 1932-1933, Tip. Cav. Sibiu. Gând

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The Transylvanian Party between 1940 and 1944. A Brief History

Reform! Discourse of Count Béla Teleki at the Committee Meeting of the Transylvanian Party’s Local Branch of Cluj and County Branch of Cluj Held on 12 September 1943 in Cluj). Kolozsvár: az Erdélyi Párt kiadása. 1943. ABLONCZY, Balázs. 2011. A visszatért Erdély 1940-1944 (Transylvania Rejoining 1940-1944). Budapest: Jaffa. AURICĂ, Simion. 1996. Dictatul de la Viena (The Vienna Arbitration). Second edition. Bucharest: Albatros. BALÁZS, Sándor. 2003. Mikó Imre. Élet- és pályakép. Kéziratok, dokumentumok (1933-1968) (Imre

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On the age of the Dej Tuff, Transylvanian Basin (Romania)

Badenian-Sarmatian deposits in the Transylvanian Basin correlated to volcanic tuffs. In: Mârza I. (Ed.): The volcanic tuffs from the Transylvanian Basin, Romania. Geol. Formations Transylvania, Romania , University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca 3, 117-123. Chira C. & Bălc R. 2002: Miocene calcareous nannofossils from Dej-Reteag-Ciceu area (Transylvanian Basin, Romania). Biostratigraphical importance and Paleogeographical data. In: Olaru L. (Ed.): 3rd Romanian National Symposium of Palaeontology. Acta Palaeontologica Romaniae , Vasiliana '98

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Particularities of Grey Alder (Alnus incana) Stands in Riparian Galleries Along Streams of the Southern Transylvanian Tableland (Romania)

associations végétales de Roumanie, 3, les associations forestières et arbustives. Presa universitară Clujeană, Accent, 281. (in French) 6. Curtean-Bănăduc A., 2005 – Târnava Mare River (Romania) ecological assessment, based on the benthic macroinvertebrates communities, Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research , 2, The Târnava River Basin , 109-122. 7. Dobros V., 2005 ‒ Aspects concerning the liquid flow in Târnava Mică River hydrographic basin (Transylvania, Romania), Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research , 2, The

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An Early Miocene biserial foraminiferal event in the Transylvanian Basin (Romania)

. Government Printing Office , Washington , 7, 1235-1469. Darling K., Thomas E., Kasemann S., Seears H. A., Smart C. W. & Wade C. M. 2009: Surviving mass extinction by bridging the benthic/planktic divide. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 12629-12633. Filipescu S. & Silye L. 2008: New Paratethyan biozones of planktonic foraminifera described from the Middle Miocene of the Transylvanian Basin (Romania). Geol. Carpathica 59, 6, 537-544. Fischer G., Wefer G., Romero O., Dittert N., Ratmeyer V

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Micropaleontological response to the changing paleoenvironment across the Sarmatian-Pannonian boundary in the Transylvanian Basin (Miocene, Oarba de Mureş section, Romania)

.I. & Satanovskaya Z.N. 1970: Miocene Foraminifera from Ukraine. Paleontologicheskiy Spravochnik , Kiew 4, 1-166 (in Russian). Filipescu S., Miclea A., Wanek F., Vasiliev I. & De Leeuw A. 2009: Sarmatian/Pannonian transition revealed by the fossil foraminifera — the section of Oarba de Mureş (Transylvanian Basin). In: Filipescu S. (Ed.): Neogene of Central and South-Eastern Europe. 3 rd International Workshop, Abstract Volume, May 20-24 2009, Cluj University Press , Cluj-Napoca, 29. Hardenbol J., Thierry J., Farley M

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The Rupelian–Chattian transition in the north-western Transylvanian Basin (Romania) revealed by calcareous nannofossils: implications for biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction

, 1253–1300. Ciulavu D., Dinu C., Szakács A. & Dordea D. 2000: Neogene kinematics of the Transylvanian Basin, Romania. AAPG Bull. 84, 10, 1589–1615. Coccioni R. et al. 2008: Integrated stratigraphy of the Oligocene pelagic sequence in the Umbria–Marche basin (north-eastern Apennines, Italy): a potential Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the Rupelian/Chattian boundary. Geol. Soc. of America Bull. 120, 487–511. Coccioni R. et al. 2017: The Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Chattian Stage (Paleogene System

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Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research
The Journal of „Lucian Blaga“ University of Sibiu
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Lexicalized Diminutives in the Transylvanian Hungarian Historical Dictionary

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The analysis of nouns which take a -ka morpheme but their meaning has nothing to do with the idea of smallness, not even from a historical perspective, can be problematic, and that is why one is faced with the possibility that this formant (due to the influence of a foreign language) is simply a noun suffix and is in no connection with the diminutive – it is only its homonym.

The present paper deals with those entry words of the Transylvanian Hungarian Historical Dictionary which have a diminutive suffix in their structure; however, the meaning of the derivative does not include the element ‘small/little’.

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Current Manifestations of the Ethnic Identity of Transylvanian Saxons

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The study ‘Current Manifestations of the Ethnic Identity of Transylvanian Saxons’ presents this ethnic minority in Romania. Based on the theoretical concepts of T. H. Eriksen, it deals with the issues of the ethnic identity and its contemporary manifestations in the culture of Transylvanian Saxons. Information gathered during the qualitative field research make it possible to capture changes in the manifestations of the ethnic identity and the relationship between the minority and the majority culture. As a result of modernization processes and large-scale emigration, there has been a change of the group’s mentality, with traditional behaviour patterns and models of social coexistence disintegrating. The need has arisen to revise the ethnic identity of the community. The observed aspects of the ethnic identity include ethnicity and Saxon self-concept, Saxon dialect, Saxon Evangelical Church, festivities, minority education and interethnic relations. Attention is also paid to the opinions of Saxon politicians and intellectuals of the current situation of the society and its future direction.

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