Frontiere și contacte. Studii culturale
Borders and contacts. Cultural studies
Keywords:borders, local, regional, linguistics, literature, culture
The volume Borders and Contacts. Local, Regional and Global Phenomena, coordinated by Carmen Darabus and Camelia Zabava, brings together 28 papers presented by different scholars (from Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, the Northern Macedonia, Lithuania, and Sweden) in a panel organized at Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, in June 22nd 2019. The volume is structured in three chapters: linguistics, literature and cultural studies. All the papers, having different subjects, are subordinated to the maine topic and try to demonstrate that the borders separate people, but the culture unites them.
Dărăbuș, C., Zăbavă, C. (2020). Frontiere și contacte. Fenomene locale, regionale și globale/ Borders and Contacts. Local, Regional and Global Phenomena. Craiova: Editura Aius.
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