Virgil Ștefan NIȚULESCU Virgil Ștefan NIȚULESCU
Birth date: November 4, 1959
Graduated: Faculty of History and Philosophy (Department of History) at the University of Bucharest (1984)
Currently: Ph.D. Candidate in Historical Anthropology at the University "Lucian Blaga" of Sibiu
Worked as teacher (1984), curator - archaeologist (1984 - 1990) at the Ialomița County Museum and the National Museum of History, counsellor in the Ministry of Culture, at he Cultural Heritage Department (1990 - 1995)
Works as expert with the Committee on Culture, Arts and Mass Media of the House of Deputies (since 1995), as the editor-in-chief of the Romanian Journal for Museums (Revista muzeelor) (since 1997) and, from time to time, teaches cultural policies at the Centre for Training of the Ministry of Culture (since 1998)
Vicechairperson of the Romanian National Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), National Correspondent for Romania of the European Museum Forum, Antenna for Romania of the INTERARTS Observatory
Over 80 published articles and translations in 30 different periodicals and collective occasional publications, in Romania, France, Germany and United Kingdom (1979 - 2000). Amongst them:
The role of art and culture in changing societies, in Simone Wesner & Adrian Palka, eds., Challenges for Cultural Policy and Management in Central and Eastern Europe. Proceedings of an International Symposium. Zittau, 13 - 15 September 1996, Council of Europe, Culture Committee, Strasbourg, 1997, pp. 39 - 46.
Romania, in Report on the situation of urban archaeology in Europe, (together with Oana Damian, Daniela Marcu and Anca Păunescu), Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg, 1999, pp. 173 - 180. Les possibilités d'appliquer les instructions du Conseil de l'Europe en Roumanie, in Symposia, hors série, 3ieme trimestre 2000, pp. 47 - 49, Paris.
Cultural Heritage Legislation: an Attempt to Reconstruct Communication, in
Romania, in Museums and Adults Learning: perspectives from Europe, Edited by Alan Chadwick and Anette Stannett, The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, Leicester, 2000, pp. 65 - 69.
Over 65 papers presented at different conferences and colloquia in Romania, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Australia and Canada (1983 - 2000).
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