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Norman Manea: The Exiled Language

18 May 2014
The NTB Conferences on DVD 03 July 2021
Launched almost eight decades ago by Ion Marin Sadoveanu, the National Theatre Conferences have returned to the stage of the Black Box Hall since 2006 with the lectures of prominent personalities of Romanian culture on the most diverse and exciting topics. Gathered in a collection of DVDs aiming at keeping these testimonials of wisdom, culture and civilisation, 59 of the conferences from the previous seasons can be purchased at the box office or in the lobbies of the halls before or after the shows. The collection of DVDs, accompanied by brochures containing the texts of the conferences, comprise the following titles: New titlesBogdan Aurescu – The National Interest and the Topicality of Sovereignty. Romania’s Foreign Policy and the Paradigm of the WinnerCristian Badilita - Mircea Eliade’s GlassesVladimir Belis - Half a Century of Serving Forensic MedicineGigi Caciuleanu - L'Om Gigi: Lines_Tracks_Signs_MeaningsDorin Chirtoaca – The Romanian People. Past, Present and FutureNeagu Djuvara - Actor and Poetry PerformerNora Iuga – Mister Beligan Is to Blame for My Becoming a PoetRadu Penciulescu – The Long Path of the Text towards the StageGheorghe Piperea – About Judicial TalibanismIrinel Popescu – The Organ Transplantation – an Adventure of the Human SpiritAlexander Rodewald – The Genetic Origin of the Romanian PeopleAlex Stefanescu – Who Needs Literature Today?Matei Visniec – Theatre and Journalism. Mutual InfluencesDan Voinea – The Legal Truth about the Miner Strike of 13-15 June 1990Dan Voinea – The Legal Truth about December 1989 N. C. Munteanu – Me and My Dog, the Securitate Basarab Nicolescu – Does the Universe Make Sense? The Contemporary Dialogue Between Science and Religion Ion Pop – From the Avangarde to the Rearguard Cristian Badilita – Why We Need a New Translation of the Septuagint and of the New Testament Ilina Gregori – When Was the 19th Century? Eminescu and Modernity Teodor Maries – In Search of the Truth Alex Leo Serban – And Yet, Why Do We Watch Movies? Andrei Serban – About Chekhov or Who else wants to go to Moscow? Alexandru Tocilescu – About Theatre and Its Matters Dorana Cosoveanu - At that time when the paintings were shot Bujor Nedelcovici – Writers and the Exile His Royal Excellency Prince Radu – The Wise Ruling Neagu Djuvara – The 77 Years War (1914-1991) Mircea Dinescu – The Curse of Being a Parody Writer Nicolae Manolescu – Do We Not Have Playwrights? Lucia Hossu Longin – The Exercise of Memory Dan C. Mihailescu – Who Is the Neo-Interwar Generation and What Does It Want Octavian Paler – With Melancholy, about the Barbarians Stelian Tanase – The Panait Istrati Case Theodor Baconsky – Orthodoxy and United Europe Adrian Cioroianu – Romanian Communism between Hope and Traps Ileana Malancioiu – The Tragic Guilt Ion Caramitru – The Limits of WaitingRadu Beligan – My Professors Cristian Tudor Popescu – The Sticker ManRobert Turcescu – The Burial of a Myth: Farewell, Free Press!Ion Vianu - Antigone, a Dissident Andrei Plesu – About the HeartDoina Jela – Deceptive MemoryNeagu Djuvara – A Brief Experience with Western Intelligence ServicesConstantin Ticu Dumitrescu – The Securitate Leaking, an Imperative for DemocracyVladimir Tismaneanu – The Revolutionary Year 1956Mihai Razvan Ungureanu – Romanian Ethics and Public Sense 200 Years AgoAdrian Vasilescu – Religion and the StarVarujan Vosganian – Elites and Counter-Elites in Transitional RomaniaRadu Beligan - Radu Beligan 90Emil Hurezeanu - Romania in Europe and Europe in RomaniaAna Blandiana – The Romanian Fun Making, from Defense to SuicideHerta Müller – Always the Same Snow and Always the Same UncleTheodor Paleologu – The Topicality of Political TheologySorin Alexandrescu – Visual Culture, Pros and ConsSolomon Marcus – A Peak of Romanian Culture: Traian LalescuHoria-Roman Patapievici – About Wasted Opportunities in HistoryCristian Badilita – Judas and Mary Magdalene Between Damnation and Exoneration  The series of conferences shall continue in this season as well, on each Sunday, once every two weeks, with new spiritual challenges, discussion topics and lectures. The price of a DVD is 25 RON!   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu
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The conferences of the National Theatre of Bucharest presented to the Italian audience 27 March 2021
Accademia di Romania in Rome, in collaboration with the “Ion Luca Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, presents to the Italian audience the project Conferences of the Bucharest National Theatre. Launched almost eight decades ago by Ion Marin Sadoveanu, the Conferences of the National Theatre returned to the stage of the Black Box Hall starting with 2006 with the lectures of some outstanding personalities of Romanian culture on the most diverse and exciting topics. The conferences selected for this first series will be available, in Romanian and subtitled in Italian, on the Facebook page Accademia di Romania in Rome and on the YouTube channel of the National Theatre of Bucharest: March 27th, 2021: Matei Vişniec - Theatre and journalism. Mutual influences / Teatro e giornalismo. Influenze reciproche   April 29th, 2021: Gigi Căciuleanu - L'Om Gigi: Lines_Tracks_Signs_Meanings/ L'Om Gigi: Linee_Percorsi_Segni_Sensi   May 29th, 2021: Ioan Aurel Pop - Romanian culture between the Latin West and the Byzantine East / La cultura romena fra l'Occidente latino e l ' Oriente bizantino June 30th, 2021: Andrei Pleşu - About the Heart / Parlare del cuore July 27th, 2021: Bogdan Aurescu - The National Interest and the Topicality of Sovereignty. Romania’s Foreign Policy and the Paradigm of the Winner / L'interesse nazionale e l'auttualità della sovranità. La politica estera della Romania e il paradigma del vincitore. The first conference, Matei Vişniec - Theatre and journalism. Mutual influences/ Teatro e giornalismo. Influenze reciprochewill be presented on March 27th, 2021, on the occasion of the International Theatre Day. In recent years, playwright Matei Vişniec has come to the attention of audiences and creators in the Iberian Peninsula, where the strength of the dramatic text, the timeliness of the topics addressed and the unusual character of his poetic style are highlighted by translations and stagings in many Italian cities. The conference is an exceptional cultural opportunity and an extraordinary chance to learn about the story of journalist Matei Vişniec and the playwright Matei Vişniec and how they coexist and influence each other. Matei Vișniec studied philosophy at the University of Bucharest and became an active member of the Eighties Generation, which left a strong mark on Romanian literature. As he has stated on several occasions, he is a firm believer in cultural resistance and the ability of literature to demolish totalitarianism. Above all, Matei Vișniec believes that theatre and poetry can denounce manipulation through “big ideas” and brainwashing through ideology. Before 1987, Matei Vișniec had made a name for himself in Romania with his clear, lucid and bitter poetry. Since 1977, he has been writing drama; his plays have circulated widely in the literary world, but their staging has been banned. In September 1987, Vișniec left Romania for France, where he was granted political asylum. He began writing in French and collaborating with Radio France Internationale. Today, his plays are staged in more than 20 countries and are a constant presence at major European theatre festivals. In Romania, after the fall of communism, Matei Vișniec became one of the authors with the most staged plays. Accademia di Romania in Rome thanks the "Ion Luca Caragiale" National Theatre of Bucharest for the generous donation of the National Theater's Conference Collection, which is now part of the patrimony of the Romanian Library in Rome.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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