Conferinta internationala "Familia europeana in secolele XIX-XXI. De la modelul traditional la PACS-urile contemporane"

Families in Europe between the 19th and the 21st Centuries.
From the Traditional Model to Contemporary PACS

Conference programme

  • Jan Kok, Family systems as frameworks for understanding variation in extra-marital births, Europe 1900-2000
  • Mikolaj Szoltysek - Families east and west in the Eastern European context: from case studies to wider comparative framework)
  • Adrian-Silvan Ionescu, The Romanian family during transition times, 1800-1859
  • Ljiljana Stankov, The foundation of a family – comprehension and advice on the pages of a female magazine “the housewife” (1879 – 1941)
  • Dana Maria Rus, PACS – A Valid Alternative for traditional marriage?
  • Rozeta Bici, Case Study: Establishment of Albanian Families during the 19th and the 21st Centuries in the Frame of British Case Study
  • Barbu Ştefănescu, Cohabitation “In Bread” in Bihor at the Beginning of the 18th Century
  • Dalia Leinarte, Inheritance System in Lithuania after the Abolition of Serfdom in 1861
  • Emil Ţîrcomnicu, Some topics of the traditional wedding customs of the Macedo – Romanians (A - Romanians and Megleno – Romanians)
  • Tünde Turai, Towards Nuclear Family?
  • Péter Őri, Marriage customs and household structure in Hungary at the end of the 18th Century. The case of county Pest-Pilis-Solt (1774–1785)
  • L. Dokoupil, L. Nesládková, R. Lipovski, The Family and Household in the Nascent Industrial Centre of the Ostrava Region Relevant to the Current Situation (at the Turn of the 19th and the 20th Century)
  • Carmen Albert, Modele comportamentale în familia rurală din Banat
  • Siegfried Gruber, Household formation and marriage: different patterns in Serbia and Albania
  • Cornelia Mureşan, Cohabitation, an alternative for marriage in contemporary Romania
  • Constanţa Vintilă-Ghițulescu, Church and domestic order in Romanian Society (1750-1834)
  • Marius Eppel, Gabriel Gârdan, The Family. Some theological and ortodox matrimonial law aspects
  • Rebecca Kipen, The Church, Conscience and the Colonies: Marriage with a Deceased Wife’s Sister in Britain and British Australia
  • Valeria Soroştineanu, Marriage and family at the beginning of the xxth Century. Orthodox landmarks
  • Lucian Dorel Turcu, Marriage and Family in the Greek-Catholic Church of Transylvania in the 19th Century. Historical-theological considerations
  • Catherine Sumnall, Good air and good times: micro-geographies and the seasonality of illegitimate births in the villages of the Gurk valley, Carinthia, at the Jahrhundertwende.
  • Peter Teibenbacher, “The big and the small fishes regional aggregation, socioeconomic ‘culture’ and the 1st demographic transition in Southeastern Austria at about 1900”
  • Ferenc Ajus, Fertility, Modernization, Religion and Land Availability in Transylvania, 1900-1910
  • Wilko Schröter, Overview about the German fertility development, theoretical models and effects of a pro-natalistic population politics
  • Ioan Bolovan, Sorina Paula Bolovan, The Impact of World War I on the Family in Transylvania
  • Claudia Septimia Peteanu, “The meetings of reconciliation” (,,Probările de împăciuire”) or the matrimonial conciliation of the couples from the land of Năsăud during the second half of the 19th Century
  • Bogdan Crăciun, The Three Paradoxes of the Family History or Divorce, Lutheran Style
  • Mircea Brie, Male and Female Authority in Traditional Rural Society
  • Traian Rotariu, Marital and Extramarital Fertility in Latter-Day Romania
  • Lavinia Popp, Cojocaru Maria, Causes contributing to the decrease of fertility in contemporary families
  • Florica Ştefănescu, Adrian Hatos, Sexual Permissivness - an Element of Cultural Rift
  • Mihaela Hărăguş, Different reproductive patterns in Romania: an urban-rural comparison
  • Nicoleta Roman, Unwanted children, abandoned children: sides of the childhood in the 19th Century Wallachia
  • Luminiţa Dumănescu, Child Raising in Transylvania. Second Half of the 19th Century
  • Simona Adam, Family Education and Intergenerational Transmission Patterns in Banat Region during the 20th Century
  • Nagy Imola Katalin, 19th Century Family Life and Women’s Roles in Transylvanian Literature(s)
  • Pinca Andra Carola, Aspects regarding the married woman’s condition reflected in the laic legislation of Transylvania in the second half of the 19th Century
  • Corneliu Pădurean, Family in Romania during the communist regime
  • Oleksandra MacMillan, Gone With the Winds of Change: Families of Odessa University Intelligentsia and the Revolution of 1917
  • Şarolta Solcan, Family and Household in Iaşi at the Beginning of the 19th Century
  • Anca Dohotariu, The evolution of unmarried couples among young Romanians. A comparative investigation: Romania/France, practices, representations and values
  • Eugen C. Ghiţă: Some aspects regarding matrimonial relations in the city of Arad in the 18th Century
  • Laurenţiu Ovidiu Roşu, Marital options in the Orthodox Parish of Caransebeş during the period 1873-1985
  • Zsolt Vasile Grigoruţ, The Family in the Geographical Space of the Oaş County between 1861 and 1914. A Few Aspects and Behaviours in the Family Life
  • Jelena Lakuš, Cultivating Obedient Citizens and Good Christian Families: Church and Habsburg Monarchy in the first half of the 19th Century
  • Daniela Deteşan, Diana Covaci, Elena Crinela Holom, Laic Laws governing the Romanian Families in Transylvania in the second half of 19th Century
  • Alin Ciupală, Women: wife and mother, fighting with familial and public demands in Modern Romania

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