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In a world of spectacle in which everything seems to have already been told, the vocal-chamber music recital is found in an identity crisis. The economic, social and cultural context in which it takes place is labile and determines the performers to ask themselves what is their position within the sctructures in which they function/operate. The purpose of the research is to identify and reevaluate links, configurations, structures and elements of a type of an aparently morally obsolet musical performance and marked by the passage of time. The originality of the thesis spans from its interdisciplinary character and from its multifaceted approach of the performative phenomenon.


The article presented the scientific research of buildings construction optimization problems on the basis of interdisciplinary approach that provides synergy of modern approaches of construction organization and technology, economic theory and political economy, as well as applied mathematics. The formation and realization of the economic-mathematical model of optimal sequence groups of construction objects are considered on the basis of a method of sequential analysis of variants, based on dynamic programming. According to the provided research results the proposals were made for acceleration of these processes in construction through the development of program complex “Optimization of object construction process by the criterion of time” on the basis of mathematical modeling methods, which provided the opportunity to further optimize and obtain consistency and reduce the construction terms of this buildings groups for almost a year (360 days or 61%).

;36:607-629. 7. Diedrich P, Fritz U, Kinzinger G. Interrelationship between Periodontics and Adult Orthodontics. Journal of Periodontology. 2004;1:143-149. 8. Kalia S, Melsen B. Interdisciplinary approaches to adult orthodontic care. Journal of Orthodontics. 2001;28:191-196.

26 Romanian Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology 2018; Special Issue 1 ROMSOS, SROA © 2018 INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN BONE METASTASES OF OVARIAN CANCER doi: 10.2478/rojost-2018-0037 O. Bodean1, T. Georgescu2,3, L. Arsene1, D. Voicu1, O. Munteanu3,1, C. Berceanu4, M. Sajin2,3, M.M. Cîrstoiu3,1 1Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania 2Department of Morphopathology, University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania 3“Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania 4Obstetrics and

57 Romanian Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology 2018; Special Issue 1 ROMSOS, SROA © 2018 INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN CERVICAL NEOPLASM WITH SECONDARY DETERMINATIONS – A CASE REPORT doi: 10.2478/rojost-2018-0068 D.I. Voicu1, O.M. Bodean1, F. Pauleț1, O. Munteanu1,2, L.V. Arsene1, M.M. Cîrstoiu1,3 1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology III, University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania 2Department of Anatomy, “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania 3Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, “Carol Davila

Nicole Bianquin and Fabio Sacchi 3 Studies On Play For Children With Disabilities: Exploring The Interdisciplinary Approach Abstract. Play is considered one of the main activities carried out by children. It is characterized by several aspects, interconnected and investigated by researchers belonging to heterogeneous disciplinary fields. With the aim of grasping the interdisciplinary complexity around the topic of play for children with disabilities, the present systematic review was conducted. Scientific studies about play for children with disabilities

curriculum” ( MacDonald & Rozaklis, 2017 , p. 268). At the tutorial workshop during the ASIS&T 82 nd Annual Meeting (2019) in Melbourne, Australia, the chair of the workshop assembled a panel of UI/UX instructors from both academic institutions and industry to discuss the theme “Innovative UI/UX methods for information access based on interdisciplinary approaches.” Particularly, the objectives were (1) to provide guidance, concepts, and terminologies for UI/UX curriculum redesign for an Information-Science School (iSchool); (2) to generate some directions, areas, or


This paper is a follow-up of my research carried out on the interface area of language and literature, summarizing the conclusions that can be drawn from the approach of literary works with linguistic means. In my research I have analysed the dramatic works of G. B. Shaw with the help of the latest results of interactional sociolinguistics. After a thorough examination of the Shavian characters’ verbal interaction focusing on the relevance of ethnic features (Britishness, for instance), this article discusses the legitimacy of linguistic methods in the interpretation of literary works.


While the hysterical ailments of women in Shakespeare’s works have often been read from psychoanalytical standpoints, early modern medicine may provide new insights into the ‘frozen’, seemingly dead bodies of some of his heroines, such as Desdemona, Thaisa, and Hermione. In the wake of recent critical work (Peterson, Slights, Pettigrew), this paper will shed fresh light on the ‘excess’ of female physiology and on Shakespeare’s creative redeployment of some medical concepts and narratives.