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Daniela Mârza

  • Research fellow, Masaryk Institute and Archives, Czech Academy of Sciences
  • Research Interests: Transylvania’s modern history; historical demography; history of education; social history; family history; history of mentalities
  • Role in the project: data extraction and analyses for the Romanian MPs between 1919–1926; dissemination activities and scientific publishing

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Short family history


Both my parents were born in a village in eastern Romania, Dumești, Vaslui county, into peasant families with ancient roots in that area. My maternal grandmother's family was one of the wealthiest in the village, with enough land and resources to thrive despite the difficulties of the first half of the 20th century – wars, economic crisis, famine. My maternal grandfather had his origins in the community of Ruthenians who emigrated from Galicia and settled in the village in the 17th–18th centuries (they were, however, gradually assimilated, so that only specific surnames remained as a mark of their identity). My paternal grandparents' family was also well off.

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