The Union Hall of Alba Iulia / The History of Romania in One Object
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About The Event
Through several installments, the new segment of our series "History of Romania in One Object", created in partnership with The National Museum of Unification and Alba County Council, brings forth artifacts and objects preserved in the heart of Romania, in the city of the Great Union of 1918, that will reconstitute the life of Romanians and their ancestors in more or less distant times. This week’s episode presents one of the most important spaces for the Romanian identity and imagination, the Union Hall of Alba Iulia, where the unification of Transylvania, the Banat and several counties in Hungary was democratically decided on December the 1st at the end of WWI.
Text and video presentation by historian Tudor Roșu. Film concept by Tudor Roșu and Vasile Sârb.
Dr. TUDOR ROȘU has been the Head of the History Department of the National Museum of Unification in Alba Iulia since 2008. Between 2003 and 2007 he worked as a historian researcher within the same institution. Tudor Roșu is also an Associate Professor at the “December 1st 1918” University of Alba Iulia. He is the author of numerous books and articles on historiography, communist imaginary, the First World War imaginary, and the Act of Union of 1918. He took part in over 40 scientific conferences, his most notable work being dedicated to the December the 1st, 1918 event and published in 2020 at Mega Publishing House, Alba Iulia. Tudor Roșu is the coordinator of the Historical Reenactment program of the National Museum of Unification.