Academia de Ştiinţe a Republicii Moldova, Institutul Patrimoniului Cultural
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3 / 2009
The autochthons and strangers in Bessarabia (1812-1940) between identity and alterity
The article is speaking about the interethnic relations in Bessarabia, from the annexation of this region to the Russian empire until its incorporation by the Soviet Union. Author estimate a few essential elements which have been important for the character and evolution of the ethno cultural process particularly during last decades of the XX century. During our days the population of Moldavia is not very heterogeneous from cultural and ethnical point-of-view. The geo-political mutations leaded to another mutation of the local population.
Keywords: interethnic relations, geo-political mutation, Republic of Moldavia, cultural process.
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