Council of Doctoral School:
Prof. dr. Lucreţiu Bîrliba – director E-mail: email@example.com Tel: 0232-201615
Prof. dr. Gheorghe Iacob E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0232-201017
Prof. dr. Victor Spinei E-mail: email@example.com Tel: 0232-201624
Prof. dr. Ion Agrigoroaiei Tel: 0232-201273
PhD Student Drd. Aioanei Dumitru-Alexandru
- Prof. dr. Octavian Bounegru – social and economic history in Hellenistic and Roman times; classical Graeco-Roman and Early Biyzantine archaeology; reception of Antiquity in modern times
- Prof. dr. Nelu Zugravu history of Early Christianism, history of Late Antiquity; reception of Antiquity in modern times; Roman history
- Prof. dr. Victor Spinei – history and archaeology of migrations’ period; mediaeval archaeology
- Prof. dr. Lucreţiu Bîrliba – social Roman history; archaeology of Roman time
- Prof. dr. Ştefan Sorin Gorovei – mediaeval and pre-modern Romanian history
- Prof. dr. Alexandru-Florin Platon – history of mentalities in mediaeval and modern times; Jewish history; mediaeval and pre-modern history
- Prof. dr. Laurențiu Rădvan – mediaeval and pre-modern Romanian history
- Prof. dr. Gheorghe Cliveti – Romanian and World modern history; modern historiography
- Prof. dr. Gabriel Bădărău – modern Romanian history; history of Romanian law in modern time
- Prof. dr. Gheorghe Iacob – contemporary and recent history; history of communism
- Prof. dr. Adrian Poruciuc – archaeomythology, archaeolinguistics, Indo-European studies, cultural anthropology, ethno- and glottogenetics,(pre-)history of writing
Prof. dr. Octavian Bounegru
- social and economic history in Hellenistic and Roman times;
- classical Graeco-Roman and Early Biyzantine archaeology;
- reception of Antiquity in modern times
Prof. dr. Nelu Zugravu
- history of Early Christianism (1st-6th centuries);
- political ideology in Late Antiquity
- reception forms of Antiquity in modernity
- Roman provincial history
Prof. dr. Victor Spinei
- history and archaeology of migrations’ period;
- mediaeval archaeology
Prof. dr. Lucreţiu Bîrliba
- social Roman history;
- archaeology of Roman time
Prof. dr. Ştefan Sorin Gorovei
- mediaeval Roman history
- pre-modern Romanian history
Prof. dr. Alexandru-Florin Platon
- Jews and Jewish communities in Romania (16th-20th centuries);
- historiography of Romanian Middle Ages: trends and personalities
Prof. dr. Laurenţiu Rădvan
- medieval and pre-modern urban history;
- social and economic history
Prof. dr. Gheorghe Cliveti
- modern Romania. National construction end european identity;
- institutions in modern Romania
Prof. dr. Gabriel Bădărău
- modern Romanian history;
- history of Romanian law in modern time
Prof. dr. Gheorghe Iacob
- contemporary and recent history
- history of communism
- The admission procedure for the programs of doctoral studies constitutes the process of selecting the candidates for each vacant position of doctoral student which the doctoral tutors within the doctoral school decide to propose at a certain point.
- The CSUD elaborates admission methodologies early, cu at least six months before admission date. They are approved by the UAIC Senate.
- The admission to the program of doctoral studies is by early contest, organized for each vacant position proposed by the doctoral tutor. The contest examinations take place before an admission commission proposed by the CSD and approved by the CSUD.
- The examinations take place according to the admission methodology determined by the General assembly of the doctoral tutors and proved by the CSD. The themes and bibliography for the tests are proposed by the doctoral tutors with vacant positions, after obtaining the approval the doctoral school council. The grades of the bachelor’s degree or of the master degree may be taken into account, but not the means or the grades of the study years. The minimal admission grade is 8 (eight).
- The admission contest for the doctoral studies will take place as follows:
- The examinations will be both written and oral.
- The themes and bibliography for the tests are proposed by the doctoral tutors with vacant positions, after obtaining the approval the doctoral school council.
- The written examination will contain subjects regarding the themes and bibliography proposed by each doctoral tutor. The written examination will be assessed by each doctoral tutor.
- The oral examination consists of an interview based on the themes and bibliography proposed by the doctoral tutor. The examination commission will include six members: the Manager of the Doctoral School within the Faculty of History, three doctoral tutors within the Faculty of History, the doctoral tutor of the doctoral student in question and a secretary. The oral examination grade represents the arithmetic mean of the grades proposed by the doctoral tutor and by the other members of the commission, except for the secretary.
- The final grade of the candidate is constituted by the arithmetic mean between the written and the oral examination. The minimal admission grade is 8 (eight).
- The tiebreak between the candidates occurs by descending order of the final grades, depending on the places available for the doctoral tutor in question. If there are candidates with identical grades, the grade of the oral examination will serve as a tiebreaker.
- The tiebreak between the candidates will also determine the number of doctoral for the Faculty of History.
6.The admission methodology stipulates the registration conditions, the content of the registration dossier and the phases of the contest.
7.The candidates admitted based on the admission results are enrolled by a Decision of the UAIC Rector.
1. Teaching rooms, laboratories
- Amphiteatre II. 7.
- Amphiteatre II.5
- Room 1.5
- Room H1
- Room 306 (Romtelecom UAIC building)
2. PhD students offices
- 4 offices in Room 304 of Romtelecom UAIC building
- 2 laptops in Room 304, 4 computers in H building, belonging to the Faculty of History
4. Another elements
- Technical infrastructure belonging to ARHEOINVEST-Platform, available for PhD students specialized in archaeology (see http://arheoinvest.uaic.ro/)
|Orientations in actual history writing: great themes and methods||
|Methodology of writing a PhD thesis||
|Complementary preparation module||
- Ana-Maria Buşilă, Typology and fuctions od maritim harbours on the Levantine coast in Hellenistic and Roman times, director prof. dr. Octavian Bounegru, distinction excellent (2012)
- Alexandru Suharoschi, Veterans in the Roman provinces at the Lowe Danube (Moesia superior, Moesia inferior, Dacia) (1st-3rd c. AD). Political and social role, director ştiinţific prof. dr. Lucreţiu Bîrliba, distinction very good (2012)
- Tincuţa Cloşcă, The symbolism of the ship in John Chrysostomus’ work, director prof. dr. Nelu Zugravu, distinction very good (2013)
- Andrei Sălăvăstru, Political representations and significations of disease at the beginning of modern times, director prof. dr. Alexandru-Florin Platon, distinction very good (2011)
- Valentina Sandu, Foundation act, family solidarities and power structures. The monastery The Assumption from Râmnicu Sărat, directors prof. dr. Ştefan Sorin Gorovei and prof. dr. Noel Tonnerre (Université d’Angers), distinction very good (2012).
- Paul Nedeloiu, Villages and boyards in Neamţ county from the end of 14th c. to the middle of 17th c., director prof. dr. Ştefan Sorin Gorovei, distinction very good (2012).
- Laura Ulinici, Zappa affair and the diplomatic Graeco-Romanian conflict (1892-1896), director prof. dr. Gabriel Bădărău, distinction very good (2012).
- Alina-Florina Platon, French consular representations in the Romanian Principalities (1849-1862), director prof. dr. Gheorghe Cliveti, distinction very good (2012).
- Andrei Cemârtan, Pantelimon Halippa – the political activity, director prof. dr. Ioan Ciupercă, distinction very good (2012).
- Dan Prisacaru, National defense of Romania and the secret front in 1938-1940, directors prof. dr. Ioan Ciupercă and prof. dr. Ion Agrigoroaiei, distinction very good (2012).