• Subiect: The University of Cluj had, throughout the interwar period, from a cultural and scientific point of view, a national and international vocation. It has cultivated its openness to scientific relations with universities and academies worldwide. Inviting foreign professors, participating in congresses, conferences and international publications was a constant of the university life between 1919-1940. The university professors from Cluj wanted the integration of the University of Cluj in the contemporary rhythm of the sciences, which is why they established direct contacts with prestigious university centres, creators of scientific knowledge, in all fields. At the initiative of some scholars, such as Sextil Puşcariu, Petre Sergescu, Emil G. Racoviţă and others, renowned professors were initiated in Cluj, in various scientific fields, such as medicine, biology, speleology, geography, mathematics, literature and classical and contemporary linguistics. The strongest interuniversity relations were with the Universities of the Latin countries, especially with France and Italy. The University of Cluj enjoyed the activity of professors such as Yves Auger, Jules Guiart, René Jeannel, Pierre A. Chappuis, Giandomenico Serra, Emmanuel de Martonne and others. The university has been visited by scientists such as Jean Alazard, Pericle Ducati, Kazimierz Kuratowski, Henry Wickham Steed, Richard Livingstone, Olivier Martin or Réné Maunier. The teachers from Cluj, Iuliu Haţieganu, Ioan Lupaş, Silviu Dragomir, Theodor Capidan, Emil Panaitescu, Coriolan Petranu etc., responded to the invitation of renowned institutes, chairs and scientific publications, participated in missions, delegations, conferences and international congresses, in Paris, Montpellier, Brussels, Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, Tübingen or Prague and have been honoured with prestigious decorations and diplomas. The interuniversity relations with the foreigners raised the prestige of the first Romanian University in Transylvania, named since 1927 University “King Ferdinand I”.
  • Limba de redactare: română, engleză
  • Vezi publicația: Revista Bistriţei
  • Editura: Publicat de: Accent
  • Loc publicare: Cluj-Napoca
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2019
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: XXXIII; anul 2019
  • Paginaţia: 150-163
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