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

New Resource: Tyler Collection of Romanian and Modern Art, University of Tasmania's Fine Art Collection

The Tyler Collection of Romanian and Modern Art comprises more than 1500 items, including paintings, works on paper, sculptures, ceramics, religious icons, books, catalogues, posters, photographs, research essays, and letters. In 2013, the Collection was generously gifted to the University of Tasmania by Geoffrey and Frances Tyler. It is a rich and diverse collection consisting primarily of communist-era Romanian art, but also contains artworks from Australia, Europe, Africa and the US.

SRS Mentoring Program

The Society for Romanian Studies is launching a new mentoring program that pairs scholars at different stages of their careers or in different parts of the world to facilitate mutually beneficial discussions and communication. Junior scholars gain local information formally from their supervisors and informally from others they come into contact with. Informal mentorship is particularly important for students and scholars working in the West whose primary supervisors are not themselves specialists in Romania and Moldova.

CfP: Marginalia. Limits within the Urban Realm - The 2017 issue of "studies in History and Theory of Architecture"

The journal studies in History and Theory of Architecture, published by the Department of Architectural History & Theory and Heritage Conservation at “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism in Bucharest, Romania, invites submissions for the 2017 issue

Marginalia. Limits within the Urban Realm

New publication: Brüche und Aufbrüche – Kirchengemeinden nach 1989 [Ruptures and New Beginnings – Church Communities after 1989]

Spiegelungen. Zeitschrift für deutsche Kultur und Geschichte Südosteuropas

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

Heft 2/2016, Jg. 11 (65), Verlag Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg

[Volume 11 (65), Issue 2 (2016), published by Friedrich Pustet, Regensburg]