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Name Year Description Country
CRISTEA-ENACHE, Mihail-Daniel 2013/2014
Guest of the Rector Fellow

Affiliation:
Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

Position:
Associate Professor

Field of Study:
Philology

Research Project:
The Romanian Writer: From Socio-cultural Need to 'Democratic' Disinterest
Romania
NEGRICI, Eugen-Dominic 2013/2014
Guest of the Rector Fellow

Affiliation:
Independent scholar

Research Project:
Grinding Mankind's Hopes and Fears for Free: An Attempt to Rehabilitate Science-Fiction through the Lens of Reception Theory
Romania

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