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URSU, Vasile-George. De pe malul Senei pe crestele Carpaților: geograful francez Emmanuel de Martonne și recunoașterea academică românească. In: Revista de Ştiinţă, Inovare, Cultură şi Artă „Akademos”. 2019, nr. 2(53), pp. 83-91. ISSN 1857-0461.
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In this article, our aim is to redrawn the connections between the French geographer Emmanuel de Martonne, the one that was claimed to have had an academic life worthy of an adventure novel, and the Romanian Academy, the representative institution of the Romanian intelligentsia. Formed in the French academic environment, this geographer devoted a considerable part of his scientific activity, beginning with the end of the 19th century, to the Romanian geography. In this process, if we were to analyze statistically these points in his scientific work, we mention two doctoral theses and between 60-70 studies and articles. These works are really astonishing, and the Romanian geography has not had such a personality. However, the academic recognition of these merits came relatively late in 1912, being the result of a process of promotion involving the geographers S. Mehedinti and Stefan C. Hepites. After the first discussions, the election was unanimous, Em. de Martonne becoming from this moment a corresponding member of the academic institution. Later, in 1919, after the First World War, in the context of the visit of the French university mission, the teachers: Em. by Martonne, L. Poincaré, C. Diehl, Gustave Fougères, Victor Balthaz, Daniel Berthelot, Paul Janet, Joseph Bédier and Eugène Meynal were declared honorary members of the Romanian Academy as a recognition of their efforts to promote abroad the Romanian environment, ideas and ideals. These two moments are significant for the connections between the French geographer Emmanuel de Martonne and the Romanian Academy, and in the following period there is a strengthening of the geographic collaboration between the Romanian and the French geographic school.
Romanian Academy, French geography, Romanian geography, Emmanuel de Martonne, Simion Mehedinţi, academic recognition,
Academia Română, geografie franceză, geografie română, Emmanuel de Martonne, Simion Mehedinţi, recunoaştere academică