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Lovinescu–Ierunca Collection at Central National Historical Archives (ANIC) Bucharest

Monica Lovinescu and Virgil Ierunca and their collection during the 1990s Private correspondence from the Lovinescu-Ierunca Collection at Central National Historical Archives (ANIC) Bucharest Lovinescu-Ierunca Collection at Central National Historical Archives (ANIC) Bucharest Private correspondence from the Lovinescu-Ierunca Collection at Central National Historical Archives (ANIC) Bucharest Lovinescu-Ierunca Collection at Central National Historical Archives (ANIC) Bucharest

Location

  • București Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta 49, Romania
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Languages

  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Portuguese
  • Romanian

Name of collection

  • Lovinescu–Ierunca Collection

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • grey literature (regular archival documents such as brochures, bulletins, leaflets, reports, intelligence files, records, working papers, meeting minutes): 100-499
  • manuscripts (ego-documents, diaries, notes, letters, drafts, etc.): 10-99
  • publications (books, newspapers, articles, press clippings): 500-999

Stakeholder(s) of the collection

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international

Date of founding

  • 1962

Place of founding

Access type

  • completely open to the public

Author(s) of this page

  • Marin, Manuela
  • Pătrăşconiu, Cristian Valeriu

References

Burlacu, Mihaela-Nicoleta. 2014. Monica Lovinescu: O voce a exilului românesc (Monica Lovinescu: A voice of the Romanian exile community). Iași: Editura Institutul European.

 Crăciun, Camelia. 2009. “Monica Lovinescu at Radio Free Europe.” In The Exile and Return of Writers from East–Central Europe: A Compendium. Edited by John Neubauer and ‎Borbála Zsuzsanna Török, 276–303. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter.

 Dumitrescu, Vasile C. 1997. O istorie a exilului românesc (A history of the Romanian exile community). București: Victor Frunză.

 Editorial Historia 2016, “Documente din colecția Lovinescu–Ierunca, expuse la Arhivele Naționale” (Documents from the Lovinescu–Ierunca collection shown at the National Archives). Accessed March 25, 2018. https://www.historia.ro/sectiune/timp-liber/articol/documente-din-colectia-lovinescu-ierunca-expuse-la-arhivele-nationale.

Engerman, David C. 2010. “Ideology and the Origins of the Cold War, 1917–1962.” In The Cambridge History of the Cold War. Vol. 1 Origins. Edited Melvyn Leffler, Odd Anne Westad, 20–41. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lovinescu, Monica. 2001. La Apa Vavilonului (By the river of Babylon). Vol. 2. București: Humanitas.

Lovinescu, Monica. 2008. La Apa Vavilonului (By the river of Babylon). București: Humanitas.

Lovinescu, Monica. 2010. Jurnal esențial (Essential journal). București: Humanitas.

Monolescu, Florin. 2003. Enciclopedia exilului literar românesc 1945–1989: Scriitori, reviste, instituții, organizații (Encyclopaedia of the Romanian literary exile community  1945–1989: Writers, magazines, institutions, organisations). București: Compania.

Manolescu, Nicolae. 2014. “Mircea Eliade, cenzurat” (Mircea Eliade censored). In Adevărul, July 25, 2014. Accessed March 25, 2018.
http://adevarul.ro/cultura/carti/mircea-eliade-cenzurat-1_53d24bad0d133766a8bb1992/index.html.

Merișanu, Nicolae, and Dan Taloș. 2009. “Cuvânt înainte” (Foreword). In Antologia rușinii după Virgil Ierunca (The anthology of shame according to Virgil Ierunca). Edited by Nicolae Merișanu and Dan Taloș, 5–24. București: Humanitas.

Mănescu, Alexandra. 2012. Exercițiu anamnezic: Virgil Ierunca (Anamnestic exercise: Virgil Ierunca). Târgu-Jiu: Academica Brâncuși.

Meseșan, Anarela. 2015. Exilul românesc din perioada comunistă, reflectat în fondul bibliotecii de la Paris a familiei Monica Lovinescu–Virgil Ierunca (The Romanian exile community of the communist period reflected in Monica Lovinescu and Virgil Ierunca’s personal library in Paris). Cluj-Napoca: Centrul de Studii Transilvane.

Petrescu, Cristina. 2013. From Robin Hood to Don Quixote: Resistance and Dissent in Communist Romania. București: Editura Enciclopedică.

Petrescu, Dragoș. 2009. “Bulding the Nation, Instrumentalizing Nationalism: Revisiting Romanian National-Communism, 1956–1959.” In Nationalities Papers, 37: 4, 523–544.

Stan, Snejana Lavinia. 2010. “Exilul ca dialog: Monica Lovinescu și Virgil Ierunca” (Exile as dialogue: Monica Lovinescu and Virgil Ierunca). In Istoria culturii, cultura istoriei: Omagiu Profesorului Doru Radosav la vârsta de 60 de ani (History of culture, culture of history: Homage for Professor Radosav at the age of 60). Edited by Ionuț Costea, Ovidiu Ghitta, Valentin Orga, and Iulia Pop, 681–716. Cluj-Napoca: Argonaut.

Stan, Snejana Lavinia. 2013. Exilul românesc în Europa occidentală în anii 1970–1980: Politica prin cultură (The Romanian exile community in Western Europe during the 1970s and 1980s: Politics through culture). Cluj-Napoca, Gatineau: Argonaut, Simphologic Publishing.

Vladimirov, Iulia. 2011. “The Voice of Unbound Freedom.” In History of Communism in Europe. Vol. 2: 309–321.

Vladimirov, Iulia. 2012. Monica Lovinescu în documentele Securității 1948–1989 (Monica Lovinescu in the Securitate’s documents 1948–1989). București: Humanitas.

Pavelescu, Alina, interview by Pătrăşconiu, Cristian Valeriu , November 28, 2016. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

Turcitu, Claudiu-Victor, interview by Pătrăşconiu, Cristian Valeriu , November 21, 2016. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

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