Contributori / Contributors:
Eon, vol. 2, nr. 1/2021
CRISTIAN PAȘCALĂU is a university assistant at the Department of Romanian Language
and General Linguistics, Faculty of Letters, University of Babeș-Bolyai, as well as a peerreview member at Herald Publishing House, Bucharest. He published several studies on
cultural semiotics and the universes of discourse. He translated into Romanian J.G.
Martínez del Castilloʼs book La lingüística del decir: el logos semántico y el logos
apofántico (Lingvistica rostirii: logosul semantic și logosul apofantic, Argonaut &
Scriptor, 2011). His academic interests include: linguistics and philosophy of language,
cultural semiotics, lexicology, and semantics.
DRAGOȘ DRAGOMAN, born in 1977, is PhD in Sociology, with a thesis on social capital and democratization. He is Associate Professor with the Department of Political Science, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, where he teaches Political Anthropology and Political Sociology. His main research interests focus on the sociology of religion, Orientalism, Eastern philosophy, and the anthropological analysis of political power.
LILIANA DANCIU, PhD in Philology, with a thesis on the novel "The Forbidden
Forest" by Mircea Eliade at "1 Decembrie 1918" University of Alba Iulia
(2017), published under the title Romanul
din roman: Noaptea de sânziene, de Mircea Eliade (The Novel in the novel: "The Forbidden Forest" by Mircea
Eliade), București, Editura Ideea Europeană, 2017. For this study, she received the
prize for debut in literary criticism from U.S.R. Sibiu (2018). Author of the
preface to Aurel Gurghianu's poetry anthology and the afterword to Rodica
Braga's poetry anthology, both published by the Romanian Academy Publishing
House in 2019. Graduate
the Faculty of Letters, Philosophy and History, Department of Philology, from
the University of Craiova (1995). Master in Romanian Language and Literature,
Faculty of Humanistic and Social Studies at "Aurel Vlaicu" University
of Arad (2013). High school teacher on Romanian Language and Literature
department. Member of the Research Center "Speculum", Alba Iulia
(since 2014). Author of the study Myth,
song and ritual in the Modern World, in Rodica Gabriela Chira, Emilia
Ivancu, Gabriela Chiciudean, Natalia Muntean editors, Myth, music and Ritual: approaches to comparative literature,
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.She
published articles and studies in various scientific and cultural journals,
such as the "Journal of Humanistic and Social Studies", "Annales
Universitatis Apulensis. Series Philologica", "Incursiuni în
imaginar", "Journal of Romanian Literary Studies", "TricTrac:
Journal of World Mythology and Folklore", "SÆCULUM",
"Gnosis", etc. She has participated in several scientific sessions,
colloquy, symposiums, etc. in Romania (Arad, Alba Iulia, Târgu Mureș etc.) and
FLAVIA CRĂSTĂNUȘ (TRIF), PhD student in philology with a thesis aimed at a
monographic study of the prose writer Adriana Bittel under the coordination of university
professor dr. Gheorghe Manolache. Master in Romanian language and literature (2013),
teacher in preschool education since 2009. She has published articles in various scientific and
cultural journals such as Transilvania, Sæculum, Journal of Romanian Literary Studies,
SEMNE-EMIA etc. She participated in several scientific sessions, colloquia, symposiums in
Romania (București, Sibiu, Alba-Iulia, Târgu-Mureș, Galați, Râmnicu Vâlcea) and abroad
(Lithuania) as a member of the Erasmus + project team "Young European in a world of
tolerance" carried out in partnership with Poland, Lithuania, Greece, and Bulgaria.
GABRIEL HASMAȚUCHI is a lecturer at " Lucian Blaga "University of Sibiu and has
a PhD in philosophy at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Doctoral School
of Philosophy of the North University Center of Baia Mare). The researcher's fields
of interest are: philosophy, literature, religion, journalism, intercultural
communication and ethics. His doctoral thesis refers to the Philosophical Structures
in the writings of Nichifor Crainic. His works - literary, scientific and didactic - have
been published in journals and books in the country and abroad. Between 2016 and
2020, the author was editor-in-chief of Sæculum journal. Starting with 2017, Gabriel
Hasmațuchi is a member of the Romanian Writers' Union - Sibiu Branch. Currently,
the essayist runs Eon journal - a recently established publication.
PETRU ADRIAN DANCIU, PhD in Philology with a thesis on the Romanian folk tale at "1 Decembrie 1918" University of Alba Iulia (2018), published under the title Demonologia Basmului popular românesc. Motivul zmeului, București: Editura Tracus Arte, 2019. Graduate the Faculty of Letters, Philosophy and History, Department of Orthodox Theology, from the West University of Timisoara (1999). Master in History and Philosophy of Religions, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, "Aurel Vlaicu" University of Arad (2009). Member of the "Speculum" Research Center of the Imaginary, Alba Iulia (since 2015). Teacher. Author of the volume Teologia numelor divine. Egiptul Antic ("The Theology of Divine Names. The ancient Egypt") 2005. Author of the study "Mechanical Musicality of the Profane and the Seduction of Sacredness", in Rodica Gabriela Chira, Emilia Ivancu, Gabriela Chiciudean, Natalia Muntean editors, Myth, music and Ritual: approaches to comparative literature, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. Articles and studies published in the "Tibiscum. Ethnography and History Studies and Communications", in the local journals "Interferențe","Gnosis" and in the international journals "Journal of Romanian Literary Studies", "Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Philologica", "Incursions in imaginary", "TricTrac: Journal of World Mythology and Folklore", "SÆCULUM". He has participated in national and international symposiums in Timisoara, Deva, Alba Iulia, Târgu Mureș.
MARIA NIȚU - Prose writer, literary critic, essayist, poet. Graduate of the Faculty of Romanian Language and Literature (Romanian-French), University of Bucharest (1980), Postgraduate Courses "Librarianship and Information Science", University of Bucharest, 2000), Master's Degree in "Cultural Resources Management", at the West University of Timişoara ( 2010); Member of USR, Timişoara Branch. She published two poetry books, two prose books, five books of literary chronicles, essays, interviews. Collaborations with various cultural magazines (poetry, prose, essays, literary chronicles in "Orizont", "Arca", "Poesis", "Viața românească", "Euphorion", "Convorbiri literare", "Poezia", "Asymetria" -online, "Agero"-Stuttgart -online etc.).