Cosmin Tudor Minea
former postdoc

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Research articles and book chapters:


2022: ‘From Byzantine to Brâncovenesc: The Periodization of Romanian Art in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century’ in Shona Kallestrup, Cosmin Minea, Magdalena Kunińska, Mihnea Mihail, Anna Adashinskaya (eds.), Periodization in the Art Historiographies of Central and Eastern Europe, (New York: Routledge, 2022).

2022: ‘À la recherche du style byzantin: André Lecomte du Noüy (1844-1914) et le patrimoine architectural roumain’ in Proceedings of the Journée d’études Les élèves d’Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris. Article accepted, under proof-reading.

2021: ‘Roma Musicians, Folk Art and Traditional Food from Romania at the Paris World Fairs of 1889 and 1900’ in Joep Leerssen and Eric Storm (eds.), World Fairs and the Global Moulding of National Identities. International Exhibitions as Cultural Platforms, (Leiden: Brill, 2021), pp. 144-170.

2021: ‘Medieval Art, National Architectural Heritage and Museums in Late 19th Century Romania’, Anastasis. Research in Medieval Culture and Art, Vol. VIII, No. 1, May, (2021).

2019: ‘Foreign and Local Entanglements in the Creation of Romanian Architectural Heritage in the Late 19th Century’ in Dragan Damjanović et all. (eds), Art and Politics in the Modern Period, (University of Zagreb: FF-press, 2019), pp. 293-303.

2016: ‘Curtea de Argeș Monastery and Romanian Architectural Heritage in Late 19th Century’ in Studies in History and Theory of Architecture, University of Architecture, Bucharest, Vol. 4, (2016), pp. 181-201.

2015: ‘New Images for Modern Nations: Creating a “National” architecture for the Balkan Countries at Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889’ in Miklos Szechely (ed), Ephemeral Architecture in Central-Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries, (Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2015), pp. 91-106. Citations: three.



Dictionary entries and magazine articles:


2021: ‘The Episcopal Church of the former Monastery of Curtea de Argeș’, Mapping Eastern Europe


2020: ‘Restoration of Historical Monuments in Twentieth-Century Europe: “The Battle For Stavropoleos”’, Art Historiographies in Central and Eastern Europe. An Inquiry from the Perspective of Entangled Histories.


2017-2018: ‘Curtea de Argeș Monastery, 500 years (1517-2017)’ and the ‘Royal Funerals of King Michael of Romania’, Historia Magazine