Ethnic and Religious Structure Aspects from the Western Border of Great Romania - The Academy of Law Students in Oradea (1919-1934)
Mircea Brie, Sorin Șipoș, Ioan Horga (coord.), Ethno-Confessional Realities in the Romanian Area: Historical Perspectives (XVIII-XX centuries), Supplement Eurolimes, no. 12/2011, University of Oradea Press, Oradea, 2011, p. 135-156
23 Pages Posted: 8 Mar 2013
Date Written: 2011
The Oradea and Crișana demographic realities, respectively the geopolitical ones of the border area with Hungary, have influenced the inter-war evolution of the oldest law academy in Great Romania, in its efforts of Romanization, strengthening and administrative and scientific development in a city still with Hungarian majority from the demographic point of view even if its hinterland was massive Romanian. In this context, the ethnic and religious structure of the student body, who attended the Law Academy of Oradea between the Romanian period of the institution, constitutes an additional argument to demonstrate the regional character of the Romanian academic school in the western border of Greater Romania.
Keywords: ethnic, confession, students, the Law Academy in Oradea
JEL Classification: J20, J28, K00, N34, N44, Z00
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