ARGUMENT - Dalia BÁTHORY
I. SCIENCE BEFORE, AFTER AND BEYOND THE IRON CURTAIN
- William DEJONG LAMBERT: "The Difference between No. 1 1928 and No. 1 1930 is Great Indeed". Theodosius Dobzhansky's Self-Imposed Exile from Soviet Russia - the "Dr. Zhivago Period"
- Jean-Claude DUPONT: L'histoire médicale et politique du pavlovisme en Russie et en France: Fernand Lamaze et le cas de l'accouchement sans douleur
- Miroslaw SIKORA: From Promising Agent to Suspicious Francophile. Professor Stefan Węgrzyn and His Contacts with Professor Jean Charles Gille through the Lens of the Polish (counter)Intelligence (1958-1976)
- Luciana JINGA: Science and Politics during the Cold War – The Controversial Case of Sexology in Communist Romania
II. SCIENCE AS A TOOL OF SOFT POWER
- Corina DOBOȘ: Swinging Statistics: Population Research and Political Construction in 20th Century Romania
- Irina NASTASĂ-MATEI: Academic Migration and Cultural Diplomacy during the Cold War. Humboldt Fellowships for Romania in the Context of Eastern Europe
III. PHYLOSOPHY FROM METAPHYSICS TO MATERIALISM
- Cristian VASILE: The Institute of Philosophy in Communist Romania under the Regime of Gheorghiu-Dej, 1949-65
- Daniela MACI: The Status of Philosophy during the Communist Regime in Romania
IV. BOOK REVIEW
- Ana TEODORESCU: Miruna Runcanu, Teatru în diorame. Discursul criticii teatrale în comunism. Fluctuantul dezgheț 1956-1964 [Theater in Dioramas. Discourse in Theatre Criticism during Communism. The Fluctuating Thaw, 1956-1964], Tracus Arte, 2019, 341 p.