Yearly session of scientific papers of the National Museum of History of Moldova, the 24th edition
October 16th and 17th, 2014
On October 16th and 17th, 2014 was held the yearly session of scientific papers of the National Museum of History of Moldova, the 24th edition. Eighty researches attended the session, among them university professors from Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, France, Romania and sixty two papers were presented in three sections: Archaeology and Ancient History, Medieval and Modern History, Contemporary History and Valorification of museum heritage.
The event was opened by a welcome speech by the general director of the museum, dr. hab. Eugen Sava, followed by greetings by remarkable personalities of science and culture - dr. Ion Gumenîi, dean of History Department of the State University of Moldova, Mihai Ursu, director of the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History, dr.hab. Oleg Levițki, director of the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the Academy of Sciences and dr. Gheorghe Cojocaru, director of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences.
Two issues of Tyragetia, 2014 were launched as part of the event. Dr. Aurel Zanoci and dr.hab. Elena Ploșnița introduced the journal to the present public pointing out that it is a reference publication which, despite some limitations, presents the results which characterize the valuable contribution of authors in important fields of history, archaeology and museology.
Three papers were presented at the plenary session by Marius Alexianu and Roxana-Gabriela Curcă, Ana Grițco and Lăcrămioara Stratulat. The thematic of the presentations was diverse and focused on problems of Romanian intangible heritage, archaeological research, industrial heritage and World War I deltiology.
In the afternoon of October 16th and October 17th the session was held in three sections. The thematic of the papers was complex, interesting by extent and problematic, provoking discussions and debates.
The scientific session of the museum was closed with a session summarizing the results and its success with the most interesting and unusual topics to be published in the museum journal Tyragetia. Also, the concluding session was expressed the hope that the museum will organize the 25th edition of this prestigious scientific forum next year in October 2015.