H-Romania is an international interdisciplinary academic network promoting the professional study, criticism, and research of all aspects of Romanian history, politics, culture and society.  It focuses primarily on the countries of Romania and Moldova but also attends to numerous other past and present political, ethnic and social groups, including minorities and diasporas, in terms of their significant connections to present-day Romanian territory.

Recent Content

Call for papers - National stereotyping and cultural identities in recent European crises (Trinity College Dublin, 9-11 March 2017)

National stereotyping and cultural identities in recent European crises

International, interdisciplinary conference at Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin

Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities Research Institutes 09-11 March 2017


New Publication: Rumäniendeutsche und Nationalsozialismus [Romanian-Germans and National Socialism]

Spiegelungen. Zeitschrift für deutsche Kultur und Geschichte Südosteuropas

[„Spiegelungen“. Journal for German Culture and History of Southeastern Europe]

Heft 1/2016, Jg. 11 (65), Verlag Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg

[Volume 11 (65), Issue 1 (2016), published by Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg]


CfP: BASEES Annual Conference (Friday, 31 March - Sunday, 2 April 2017, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge)

The BASEES 2017 Annual Conference will be held 31 March - 2 April 2017 and will be based as usual at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

Building upon the increasing successes of past BASEES conferences the BASEES Annual Conference continues to attract scholars of Slavonic and East European Studies from a wide range of disciplines from across the world. The 2016 conference attracted more than 400 delegates..

Proposals are invited for panels, roundtables and papers for the 2017 Annual Conference.

CFP The Novels of Elie Wiesel (edited volume)

Elie Wiesel has long been a pivotal figure in Holocaust discourse. His book Night was one of the earliest works by a survivor and continues to be a significant point of reference in Holocaust literature. He went on to become an incredibly prolific writer, working in a range of genres. His death in July 2016 invites examination of what form his literary, political, and cultural legacy will take.