Constantin Ardeleanu

September 30, 2022 12:01 pm Published by

Constantin Ardeleanu is professor of modern Romanian history at the Department of History, Philosophy and Sociology of The Lower DanubeUniversity of Galați. During the past years, Constantin Ardeleanu has been a Long-Term Fellow of the New Europe College, an Institute for Advanced Study in Bucharest, where he coordinates the Pontica Magna Fellowship Program. He has recently been a research fellow at Utrecht University, within the ERC project Securing Europe, Fighting its Enemies. The Making of a Security Culture in Europe and Beyond, 1815-1914, where he studied the European Commission of the Danube and focused on its contribution towards the establishment of a European security culture. This interest resulted in the completion of the monograph, now in print: The European Commission of the Danube, 1856-1948. An Experiment in International Administration (Brill, 2020).

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