After Lunch, followed the second part of the session, which was opened by Dr. Laura Carmen Cuțitaru, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Linguistics, at the English Department of the University in an essay called “ From C.S.Lewis’s Joy to Nicolae Steinhardt’s Happiness. 1,095 more words
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The second day brought to us the feeling that this was going to get more interesting by the minute.
The first one to open the session was Dr.Mircea Păduraru,Associate Professor of Ethnology and Folklore in the Department of Romanian Language and Literature and Comparative Literature & the Department of Journalism and Communication Sciences at the University*. 1,686 more words
At the beginning of November, C. S. Lewis’s life and work was celebrated in a beautiful Symposium in Iasi, at the University Alexandru Ioan Cuza, the Faculty of Letters, organized by PhD Student and Teacher of English and Theology Denise Vasiliu and Professor Rodica Albu (who translated The Lion, the Witch and Wardrobe into Romanian for the first time and was co-author & Editor to the volume Inklings). 702 more words