CFP: Transhumanist future trends: a world depicted by cyborgs, bio-enhancement and gene technologies

Special Issue of The Annals of the University of Bucharest, Philosophy Series:

Transhumanist future trends: a world depicted by cyborgs, bio-enhancement and gene technologies

The Annals of the University of Bucharest, Philosophy Series will devote its further issue to a special volume inspired by the most recent book of Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, We have always been cyborgs (Bristol University Press, 2021[1]). Sorgner’s account tries to highlight new perspectives on trans- and posthumanism, focused on three major thematic realms: Digital Data, Gene Technologies, and the Ethics of Transhumanism.

Authors interested in submitting their contributions for evaluation in order to be published in No 2, Issue 71, scheduled for 2022, are kindly asked to develop original articles, unpublished previously elsewhere, by following the editorial protocol of the journal[2], on the following, but not restricted, topics inspired by Sorgner’s book:

  • AI, brain-computer interfaces, genetic technologies, life extension
  • Critical aspects of transhumanism linked with digitalization
  • Human perfection, cyborgs, bio-enhancement, uploaded minds, immortality
  • Pessimistic and nihilistic turns of transhumanism
  • Norms, values and utopias inspired by transhumanism
  • Philosophical determinations of policy-making standards for contemporary digital culture and gene ethics
  • Personal and political interests in data collection
  • Panoptical effects of the virtual world
  • Bio-enhancement as key-solution to reduce violence and increase empathy and solidarity

Book reviews that critically address different hermeneutical insights of Stefan Lorenz Sorgner`s volume, We have always been cyborgs, are welcome, too.

Deadline and publication details

Articles and reviews should be submitted to the next e-mail addresses, oana.serban@filosofie.unibuc.ro and annals.philosophy@filosofie.unibuc.ro, by the 1st of September, 2022. After a process of double-blind peer review, articles will be scheduled for publication, forthcoming no later than November 1st, 2022.

The Annals of the University of Bucharest – Philosophy series, is a philosophical open-access research journal, published by the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Philosophy.

The Annals of the University of Bucharest, Philosophical series, is a scholarly double blind peer reviewed journal. The journal publishes articles considered of relevance for those interested in the field of philosophy and is addressed both to the Romanian and international philosophical community, with a special accent on East- and Central-European area.

The Annals of the University of Bucharest, Philosophical series, is devoted to the exploration of different topics of Philosophy.

Currently the journal is indexed by ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index – Web of Science), EBSCOhostPhilosopher’s Index with Full Text , ERIH PLUSCEEOLDOAJ.

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[1] https://bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/we-have-always-been-cyborgs

[2] http://annals.filosofie.unibuc.ro/index.php/annals/about/submissions

CONFERINȚA NAȚIONALĂ DE ESTETICĂ ȘI FILOSOFIA ARTEI „ION IANOȘI”, EDIȚIA a VIII-a

CONFERINȚA NAȚIONALĂ DE ESTETICĂ ȘI FILOSOFIA ARTEI „ION IANOȘI”,

EDIȚIA a VIII-a

IMAGINEA ca formă artistică. Determinări filosofice și artistice

21 mai 2021, via Google Meet

9:30-10.00

Deschiderea conferinței.

Prof. Univ. Dr. Mihaela Pop, Asist. Univ. Dr. Oana Șerban, Dr. Eva Ivan-Haintz

 

SESIUNEA I. IMAGINEA: DINCOLO DE SPIRITUALITATE ȘI CULTURĂ

10:00-10:30

Chris IONIȚĂ, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Masca, un simulacru al apariției

10:30-11:00

Daniel COJANU, Universitatea Valahia din Târgoviște

Interpretarea tautegorică a simbolului. Între estetica romantică și fenomenologia religiei

11:00-11:30

Manuel COJOCARU, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Zen, zazen, doar stând. Dincolo de imagine.

11:30-12:00

Marius Bogdan CORBU, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Iconoclasmul reformat. Conversia spațiilor religioase și convertirea creștinului. O abordare personală.

12:00-12:30

Andreea STOICESCU, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Corporalitate, imagine și mișcare în arta coregrafică. O viziune fenomenologică

 

PAUZĂ DE PRÂNZ

12:00-12:30

 

SESIUNEA A II-A. IMAGINEA CA SIMBOL AL AVANGARDEI: RECONFIGURĂRI ALE LUMII ARTISTICE, POLITICE ȘI DIGITALE

 

12:30-13:00

Victoria BERLEDEAN, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Noua imagine și conceptul celei de-a patra dimensiuni în arta de avangardă

13:00-13:30

Radu Cristian ANDREESCU, Facultatea de Istorie și Filosofie, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca

Raportul dintre imagine și mișcare: de la Platon la Leni Riefenstahl

13:30-14:00

Daniel UNGUREANU, Universitatea Națională de Arte „George Enescu”, Iași

Hermeneutica memelor cu temă pandemică din spațiul digital românesc

14:00-14:30

Sonia Emilia MIHAI, Centrul de Excelenta in Studiul Imaginii, Universitatea din București

Corpurile digitale şi imaginea digitală: de la oglindire la pură simbolistică

14:30-15:00

Eva IVAN-HAINTZ, Universitatea din București, Facultatea de Filosofie

Imagine estetică şi apariţie în opera de artă

Centrul de Cercetare a Istoriei și Circulației Ideilor Filosofice așteaptă contribuțiile participanților la ediția de anul acesta, IMAGINEA ca formă artistică. Determinări filosofice și artistice, până pe data de 9 mai 2021, ora 23.59. Menționăm că tema acestei ediții a fost publicată anul trecut, însă din pricina pandemiei, evenimentul a fost amânat. Prin urmare, contribuțiile acceptate până la data de 1 mai 2020 rămân valabile, însă acceptăm noi înscrieri în perioada 21 aprilie – 9 mai 2021, în aceleași condiții ale apelului la contribuții. 

Apel la contribuții.

Într-o societate supranumită „societatea imaginii”, tema propusă pentru ediția de anul acesta a Conferinței naționale de estetică și filosofia artei „Ion Ianoși” este în concordanță cu proiectul unei civilizații vizuale, spectaculare.

Studiul imaginii este abordat astăzi din perspective interdisciplinare. Într-o primă tentativă de ordonare, imaginile sunt fie interioare fiinţei umane, fie exterioare acesteia; fie sunt individuale, fie sunt colective. Oricum ele formează „universuri dinamice” (Jean Jacques Wunenburger – Viaţa imaginilor) care ne stimulează gândirea. Fiind un produs al psihismului, imaginea se manifestă în toate domeniile creaţiei, cu atât mai mult în arte. Dacă, de obicei, ne gândim la imagine ca produs al artelor vizuale, o analiză mai aprofundată ne obligă să ne îndreptăm şi spre alte specii de artă, precum muzica sau artele cuvântului cât şi spre înţelegerea sensului imaginii atât ca element formativ al gândirii artistice (aparţinând procesului de imaginare) și ca produs final al creaţiei artistice. Orice artă creează imagini fie ele vizuale, auditive sau gestual-motrice. Interiorul creativ şi exteriorul finalizat, forma ca principiu activ şi forma ca rezultat artistic devin subteme relevante ale explorării imaginii.

Abordările prin care putem aprofunda tema sunt numeroase; de pildă, din punct de vedere semiotic, cercetarea imaginii ca reprezentare, semn şi simbol constituie o modalitate de a cerceta procesul prin care „spiritul uman construieşte o lume obiectivă şi cu sens” (Ernst Cassirer, Filosofia formelor simbolice, Introducere.) Din punct de vedere psihologic, cercetarea imaginii ar avea în atenţie subiectul imaginant şi încărcarea cu afectivitate a reprezentărilor imaginate (Gaston Bachelard, La reverie poetique). Totodată, cercetarea producţiei onirice în strânsă relaţie cu valorificarea ei în creaţia artistică poate dezvălui structuri arhetipale colective, funcţionale în diverse epoci culturale şi istorice. Gândirea mitică, la rândul ei, generează imagini. Mitul „este dovada unei inteligenţe imaginative, un adevărat nous poietikos” (J. J. Wunenburger) care se transpune apoi în creaţia artistică oferindu-i acesteia profunzimi abisale (Lucian Blaga, Trilogia culturii, Geneza metaforei). Arhetipuri, scheme, simboluri din gândirea mitologică devin astfel disponibile pentru noi conexiuni creatoare. În plus, imaginea cinematografică este cea care sprijină dinamica experienței estetice: arta nonauratică, inaugurată de Benjamin, aparține și filmului, ca suită de imagini care pierd autenticitatea trăirii nemijlocite a raportului dintre autor și opera de artă, respectiv dintre opera de artă și public.

La rândul ei, gândirea estetică ne oferă numeroase noţiuni şi aspecte prin care se poate aborda tema imaginii subordonând domenii precum cele menţionate mai sus, de la procesul creativ, la opera de artă ca imagine finală a acestuia şi până la receptarea operei ca imagine artistică, estetică, imagine a unei epoci culturale sau a unei mentalități formative.

Vă invităm să participaţi la dezbaterea  acestei teme în cadrul conferinţei naţionale de estetică „Ion Ianoşi” care va avea loc pe data  de 21 mai 2021 la Facultatea de Filosofie a Universității din București.

Conferința se adresează celor care își dezvoltă aria de expertiză științifică în orizontul filosofiei și al artei, atât cercetătorilor seniori (cadre didactice și cercetători postdoctorali), cât și tinerilor cercetători (de la toate formele de studii – licență, master, doctorat), organizându-se sesiuni diferite.

Data limită de înscriere / Deadline

Abstractele, în limita a 5-600 cuvinte, din care să rezulte tema și bibliografia propunerii de prezentare, însoţite de 5-6 cuvinte cheie, vor fi transmise la adresa de
email cciif.fil.unibuc@filosofie.unibuc.ro
În cadrul propunerilor, va fi atașat CV-ul participantului, concentrat asupra lucrărilor activităților relevante din ultimii 3 ani menționând totodată și afilierea academică (în cazul masteranzilor, doctoranzilor şi cercetătorilor). Studenţii participanţi vor trimite, în perspectiva înscrierii, ataşată abstractului, o prezentare a activităţilor realizate de la începutul parcursului academic.

Transmiterea aplicațiilor se va face până la data de 9 mai. 

Comunicarea rezultatelor

In urma selecției realizată de o comisie specializată (alcătuită din cadre universitare de la Facultatea de Filosofie) se vor anunța rezultatele pe data de 14 mai 2021.

Conferința se va desfășura pe data de 21 mai în cadrul Facultății de Filosofie a Universității din București.

Echipa de organizare

  • Prof. Univ. Dr. Mihaela Pop
  • Asist. Univ. Dr. Oana Șerban
  • Dr. Rodica Ivan-Hainz

CfP: “SAFEGUARDING LIFE”: CULTURAL AND BIOPOLITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PATRIMONY.

SAFEGUARDING LIFE”: CULTURAL AND BIOPOLITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PATRIMONY.

CALL FOR PAPERS

THE FIRST EDITION.

 HOSPITALS-MONUMENTS AS (IN)TANGIBLE FORMS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE AT THE BLACK SEA

EXTENDED DEADLINE: APRIL 10, 2021.

CONTEXT

Increasing the regional attractiveness of the states across the Black Sea has never been prospected as a feasible project that might have been conceived by cultural and medical tools. Whenever experts attempt to identify new and sustainable cultural routes in the Black Sea by relating transnational elements across the Black Sea countries, the role of the hospitals placed into monumental buildings of cultural heritage, as well as the capacity of related intangible forms of cultural heritage (resulted from a certain historical and cultural understanding of health and standards for the quality of life across the Black Sea), are ignored or regarded as a peripheral concern.

Nowadays, representatives of different working groups belonging to the European institutions and commissions responsible for culturally regenerating the Black Sea insist on developing networks of museums, cultural sites or other cultural agencies such as festivals, in order to strengthen the partnership between the states that border this maritime area which needs a powerful and renewed branding.

There is no transparent effort in addressing hospitals that are placed into historical buildings as part of the cultural heritage of the Black Sea, nor any intention of insisting on their potential to be reliable candidates for inscription in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

The Black Sea coast is recognized for its balneary potential but health is never addressed, consequently, as a form of cultural capital whose resources and practices correspond, from their material order, to a set of intercultural comprehensive values, inherited rituals and medical knowledge. Such medical rituals lay at the core of local and national “cultures of health” that might be proposed, as well, for inscription in the UNESCO`s Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage

 

TOWARDS A NETWORK OF HOSPITALS-MONUMENTS ACROSS THE BLACK SEA

Relevant examples of hospitals-monuments can be tracked across the Romanian territory.  The Clinical Hospital of Nephrology Dr. Carol Davila, in fact, the only institution in Romania with this profile, is one of the most impressive local buildings made in neoclassical style, inspired by the model proposed by “Ospedale di S. Lazzaro e Medicanti” in Venice. Colțea Hospital, established 300 years ago, was one of the first European medical units with a social-medical mission, finding a similar format in the “Charite” hospitals in Berlin and “Guy” in London. Behind the walls of these monuments, the clinical protocol functions at high standards of excellence and performance, the last-minute medical technology being used without undermining the heritage value of the building. Sometimes, the protocol of medical recovery found correspondent practices on the Black Sea coast, whose waters have been prospected as a cure for rheumatic, nervous and arthritic disorders. As a national example, in Eforie Nord, under the patronage of King Carol I, a health resort sprang up at the end of the 19th century; nowadays, the resort is well known for the curative potential of the sapropelic mud and represents a strategic area of the Romanian Black Sea coast.

In what concerns the possibility to create a network of the hospitals-monuments belonging to the states across the Black Sea, some important historical buildings should be considered for inclusion. One of them is the building of the Russian hospital from the coast of Sevastopol, named after Pirgov on Pavlovsky cape; the city hospital of Krasnodar, built together with a complex of buildings of the poorhouse and a church, in the first part of the 19th century; the former hospital of Kavala during the Balkan wars, currently functioning as the male high school; the old hospital of Izmail, registered as a historical monument, or Museum of Health and Sultan Beyazit II Mosque, from Edirne, built in the XVth century.

On the one hand, history reveals that many of the monumental buildings of these hospitals have initially been designed and intended for military, ecclesiastical or educational functions, being subsequently converted and adapted to the medical protocol.  On the other hand, the buildings of cultural heritage that could not be preserved or restored according to the clinical protocol, changed their function, being adapted to educational or commercial spaces. In the process of conversion, the cultural identity and memory of the heritage buildings were compromised or lost, along with the correspondent elements of intangible cultural heritage. Therefore, it is urgent to develop conservation and restoration policies that pay equal attention to the dynamics and the functionality of these monuments throughout history, without neglecting the local or regional priorities of safeguarding such buildings of cultural heritage.

Addressing the right concern to such institutions that perform both tangible and intangible forms of heritage following cultural patterns specific to the Black Sea means healing this area from its one of its most benign diseases: a political, economic and educational underestimation of health as a fertile, cultural resource.

 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To address health as a form of cultural capital.
  2. To create an international platform of dialogue and cooperation for experts from different sectors of culture in order to develop European standards for evaluating the buildings of cultural heritage in which historical hospitals are placed.
  3. To evaluate the (bio)political implications of safeguarding hospitals-monuments.

ESTIMATED OUTCOMES

  • To create a network of the hospitals-monuments belonging to the states across the Black Sea.
  • To identify historical buildings of such hospitals-monuments that can be proposed for inscription on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
  • To identify different medical practices and rituals inspired by the natural and balneary potential of the states across the Black Sea that developed “cultures of health” and are suitable to be recommended for inscription on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
  • To develop international cultural policies of safeguarding the historical buildings that belong to the hospitals evaluated as cultural heritage monuments.

CALL FOR PAPERS

We invite scholars to submit their valuable contribution to this conference. Philosophical, cultural and political approaches are encouraged. Abstracts (max. 350 words) and a short professional biography (400 words) are welcomed no later than March 31 2021 April 10, 2021. Authors can submit applications to the following address: oana.serban@filosofie.unibuc.ro.

The conference will be held – depending on the conditions of the pandemic – at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, between April 23-24, 2021. Alternatively, if the pandemic situation does not allow a public event, the conference will be organized online.

This conference is organized by CCIIF – The Research Center for the History of Philosophy & CSRB – The Center for the Study of Rationality and Beliefs (FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST).

 

ACADEMIC NETWORKING

Scholars that will take part to this event will be asked about their disposal to join a research network devoted to the analysis of tangible and intangible forms of cultural heritage inspired by health as form of cultural capital across Europe. Potential mechanisms for financing this research will be discussed after the conference with those interested in developing such a project.

For any additional information please do not hesitate to contact us by email:

Coordinator, PhD. Oana Șerban, oana.serban@filosofie.unibuc.ro

Teaching assistant, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Philosophy

Postdoctoral Fellow – ISD Bucharest

CFP: The Philosophy of the Philokalia, at The Annals of the University of Bucharest. Philosophy Series

The Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest is calling for papers on the Philosophy of Philokalia for an issue dedicated to this topic.

Philokalia is a collection of spiritual edification texts compiled by Sts Makarius of Korinth and Nikodemus the Hagiorite (first publication: Venice, 1782; started being published in Romanian in 1946). The collection, which is still used today in private and in public readings, especially during communal gatherings in Orthodox Christian Monasteries, is of specific interest to philosophers not only because it relates to some of the key texts in Orthodox Patristic literature on the soul, the heart and the unification of body and soul, but also because it illuminates key metaphysical issues in Orthodox Philosophy of Religion, such as the nature of divine energeiai and how they differ from ancient Greek and medieval concepts of illumination and union with God.

The list of potential related topics below is indicative of the breadth and scope of potential contributions (and is by no means restrictive).

-Metaphysics and the Philokalia (nature of heart and nous, energeiai, God, process of deification; Nature and Mysticism in Philokalia; soul and death in Philokalia- the artificial and the natural in Philokalia)

-Epistemology and the Philokalia (ways of knowing God in Philokalia; ways of knowing the true self; relation of Freedom and Askesis to Knowledge; the role of the spiritual father in knowing God)

-Ethics and the Philokalia (ancient Greek Ethics and the Philokalic texts; Love and Eros in Philokalia; nepsis, compunction and freedom as preconditions of Ethics in Philokalia; the rope of spiritual father in doing good; protection of the Natural Environment and the role of Nature in salvation; Hesychastic Ethics ).

-Aesthetics and the Philokalia (ancient Greek aesthetic theories and the Philokalic texts; the Ethics and the Aesthetics of Philokalia; differences and similarities between Ethics and Aesthetics in Philokalia; Hesychastic Aesthetics).

-Political and Legal Philosophy and the Philokalia (ancient Greek political theories and monastic life and society in Philokalia; ways of transforming communities and social relationships through the Philokalic texts; culture and civilisation in Philokalia; equality, social freedom and political liberty in Philokalia; legality and morality in the Philokalic texts).

The Philosophy of Philokalia special issue will be published in the journal „The Annals of the University of Bucharest – Philosophy Series” (which is indexed by Web of Science (WoS) Core Collection’s Emerging Sources Citation Index – ESCI, EBSCOhost, Philosopher’s Index with Full Text, ERIH Plus, The Central and Eastern European Online Library – C.E.E.O.L and DOAJ; see for further info https://www.ceeol.com/search/journal-detail?id=1633). This special issue will be edited by a committee of specialists in the field led by Professor Viorel Vizureanu (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucarest, Romania), Professor Dan Chitoiu (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Iasi, Romania) and Dr. C. Athanasopoulos (Open University, UK).

Contacts: Professor Vizureanu (vizureanu@yahoo.com) and Dr C. Athanasopoulos (cathanasop@googlemail.com)

Deadlines: Send a short CV (of no more than 150 words) and an abstract (of no more than 300 words) of your contribution by February 1st, 2020. Full papers (of no more than 12,000 words) are due by 30.11.2020.

Call for Papers: International Conference “Cultural Heritage and Identities: Normative Perspectives, Sustainability and Global Governance”, 15-17 November 2019

We have the pleasure to announce you that the deadline for submitting the abstracts for the International Conference “Cultural Heritage and Identities: Normative Perspectives, Sustainability and Global Governance” is extended until 20th of October.

The Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Bucharest via the Research Centre for the Study of Rationality and Beliefs, the UNESCO Chair in Inter-Cultural and Inter-Religious Studies and Public Reason Journal of Political and Moral Philosophy are pleased to launch the Call for Papers for the International Conference “Cultural Heritage and Identities: Normative Perspectives, Sustainability and Global Governance”. The conference will take place between 15 and 17 November 2019 at the Faculty of Philosophy. [1] Its main goal is to provide a platform for academic debate on heritage studies from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Description:

Over the course of the last few decades, heritage studies became a field of interdisciplinary research in its own right, with specific concepts and practices reflecting both its theoretical complexity, and the evolution of the legal and institutional landscape.

The notion of heritage is closely related to culture and identities, as individuals and social groups have a central role in selecting representative elements of tangible and intangible heritage to be safeguarded by national and international bodies. Heritage is, therefore, a normative concept, which combines cultural, spiritual, philosophical, political, national and economic values. In the context of globalization, as well as emerging new technologies and communication paradigms, the very notion of heritage is being constantly reconsidered and its approaches diversified. A noteworthy initiative is the 2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage which has established new standards for the definition of heritage and its protection. Moreover, not only is the representational dimension of heritage being reconsidered, but the social and political values attached to it become more and more prominent. Thus, policy-making with regard to heritage conservation and protection emphasises the importance of heritage for the sustainable development of communities by fostering tourism, creative industries, which, in the long run, impact on demographics, political institutions, social mobility and intergenerational solidarity. Last, but not least, the educational dimension of heritage conservation is equally important, since it is related to the transmission of values which legitimize various layers of identities.

Conference Topics:

General areas of interest include (but are not limited to) the following topics:

  • Normative Perspectives: political values and cultural heritage;
  • Ethics and heritage: cultural appropriation, intellectual property, sustainable development, societal impact of new medias and emerging technologies;
  • Local and global perspectives on heritage: national, regional, trans-national identities, spiritual values and the challenges of globalization, evolution of identities;
  • Philosophical implications and dilemmas generated: the social ontology of heritage definition, the phenomenology and ethics of identity formation in relation to elements of tangible and intangible heritage, social justice and heritage;
  • Challenges of global governance in the field of heritage conservation and protection;
  • Tangible and intangible heritage: conceptual maps, symbolic geographies, and the role of collective memory;
  • Education and heritage: intergenerational value transmission, patriotism versus cosmopolitanism, metamorphoses of traditional museums;
  • Digitisation and digitalization of cultural heritage: interactive creative industries, digital storytelling.
Information for Participants:

Contributions are expected from various areas of social studies and humanities, with a focus on interdisciplinary approaches, ethics and political philosophy. Both established researchers and PhD students are invited to send their presentation proposals in the form of abstracts not exceeding 500 words by 20th October 2019 at publicreason@filosofie.unibuc.ro. Along with the abstract, please send us your contact details: current affiliation, address and telephone number. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 25 October 2019.

The organizers intend to publish a volume including articles inspired by the papers from the conference. Acceptance of the paper for the conference does not guarantee the inclusion of the article in the volume. We kindly remind you that by submitting the paper you implicitly agree to allow its publication in the conference proceedings.

For easier post-conference editorial work, it would be best if you would format your paper using Chicago 15style of reference, but this is not a formal condition for the publication.

Participation costs are not covered by the organizers. There is no participation fee.

Working languages of the conference: English and Romanian.

 

[1] This conference is organized with the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the UNESCO Chair in Inter-Cultural and Inter-Religious Exchanges. Within the Conference, there will be a special workshop dedicated to the topic “Cultural Heritage: New Forms, New Actors, New Identities. National, European and Cosmopolitan Perspectives”, under the framework of PATCULT („Platforma pluridisciplinară complexă de cercetare integrativă și sistematică a identităților și patrimoniului cultural tangibil și nontangibil din România”, PN III-P1-1.2-PCCDA-2017-0686, 52PCCDI/2018, funded by UEFISCDI).