Contributori / Contributors:
EON, vol. 5, nr. 1 / 2024

IONEL NARIȚA is professor at Philosophy and Communication Sciences Department, West University of Timișoara. His fields of interest are Logic, Epistemology, Semiotic, and Public Relations. The main published books are Communication and Behavior (2019), Argumentation (2016), Symbolic Logic (2010), Introduction to Public Relations (2010), Semiotics (2007) etc. Several of his scientific achievements are the following ones: the set-theoretical model of communication; the semiotic model of knowledge, the solution of paradoxes of strict implication through propositional variables quantification, the valid argumentation moods, the principle of extension conservation etc.

SORINA VICTORIA is lecturer PhD at the Department of Letters, Faculty of History, Letters and Educational Sciences, 1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia. Her research interests include Romanian and English contemporary literature, communication, culture and civilisation. She has published several articles in her field of interest in various journals and collections of essays: Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Philologica, Communication Interculturelle et Littérature, Interstudia, Globalization, Intercultural Dialogue and National Identity, Multiculturalism through the Lenses of Literary Dialogue, New Insights into the Mental Lexicon.

Before joining the faculty at Northwestern University, Dr. HSIU LING ROBERTSON taught at Tunghai University in Taiwan. She was also a visiting scholar at Department of East Asian Languages and Civilization at Harvard University in the academic year 1999-2000. She retired from Northwestern University in 2020. She has published two books: Women's Self-recognition in Modern Chinese Literature. Taipei: Li Ren Books, 2004 (in Chinese); Wings of Life: The Road Less Traveled by Nine Brave Women. Taipei: Nv Shudian (Women's Publisher), 2003 (in Chinese). She directed a documentary film, "The Lives of Taiwanese Foreign Brides" which was accepted at two International Film Festivals: Athens International Film Festival, Ohio and Sheffield Doc/Fest, at Sheffield, UK.

MARIA-MIRUNA CIOCOI-POP VECSEI has graduated from the Faculty of Letters and Arts at the "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu in 2012 and has received her PhD degree in 2017 for the thesis entitled "Exile, Identity and the Imaginary in Petru Popescu and Jeffrey Eugenides's work". She has taught British and American literature at the "Vasile Goldis" University of Arad from 2013 to 2017, and English language at LBUS since 2017. Her field of expertise is British and American language and literature. Her research interests include contemporary prose and drama in English, EFL teaching methods and language. 

KRISTOFF RADU (CRISTIAN RADU) holds a bachelor's degree in history and philosophy, as well as a master's degree in Medieval History, all of them from Babeș-Bolyai University. He is currently volunteering for the Warwick Castle Wage Books Project where he transcribes information contained in the volumes of wage books documenting payments made to staff and tradesmen serving the Greville family of Warwick Castle, from the early 17th century through to the 20th century. Also, he is volunteering for the Worsborough Voices oral histories project at Barnsley Museum where he transcribes recorded interviews from the Barnsley Museums and Heritage Trust archive. His main interests lie in the fields of ancient and medieval history, philosophy, artificial intelligence, culture, and digital humanities. 

OANA A. STAN is an independent art historian living and working in the Netherlands. Oana has recently worked in the Dutch Institute of Art History in the Hague in the project RKD Study: Frans Hals and his workshop. The project resulted the publication of a new catalogue raisonné of the oeuvre of Frans Hals, as a collaboration between Claus Grimm and the RKD. Previously, she graduated from her master's degree in Renaissance Studies at Utrecht University, with a thesis on The Representation of Female Old Masters in Dutch and Flemish Museums. The dissertation, supervised by prof. Victor M. Schmidt (UU) and prof. Katlijne Van Der Stighelen, consisted of a historiography of the museum practices and policies in the past three decades, taking into consideration the larger context of Second Wave feminism and the propagation of diversity and inclusivity agendas in academic and cultural institutions. Beyond these topics she is interested in architectural history, issues of connoisseurship, fundamental questions regarding art history's methods and is a devotee of the painterly artistic tradition. "Journal of Romanian Literary Studies", "TricTrac: Journal of World Mythology and Folklore", "Sæculum", "Gnosis", "Eon" etc. She has participated in several scientific sessions, colloquy, symposiums, etc. in Romania (Arad, Alba Iulia, Târgu Mureș etc.) and abroad (Rome). 

VASILE GRIGORE is PhD Student at Faculty of History, Bucharest University. He published the volumes: Metamorfozele unei comunităţi (2018), Mănăstirea Bunavestire de la Bolintin: o retrospectivă bibliografică (2018), Despre oameni şi ziduri (2020), Constantin Şt. Bolintineanu: portretul unui ctitor (2020). Also published and several studies in research fields such as social history, genealogy, historical demography, cultural history.