22.12.2016
  • English Translation

    Department of Romanian Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

    Who we are

    The establishment of a degree programme in Romanian Language and Literature is closely connected to the founding of the Romanian Language Teaching Centre on 1 November 1974. At first, the Language Teaching Centre functioned as a division within the Department of French Language and Literature and later as a division of the Foreign Language and Literature Institute. Romanian was studied optionally within the Institute, but after October 1975 it became a foreign langauge elective course for students from all departments. In April 1979, the Language Teaching Centre became part of the Institute of Pedagogy, and towards the end of 1979, preparations began for the establishment of a separate Romanian Language and literature degree programme at the Faculty of Philosophy. The first group of students were enroled at the beginning of the 1981/1982 academic year. At the start of the 2006/2007 academic year the Department of Romanian Studies introduced a new curriculum for instruction in Romanian Language and Literature. Presently, the Department has a seminar library with holdings numbering around 4,000 items including, among others, books, dictionaries and journals.

    Since its inception, the Department of Romanian Language and Literature, today known as the Department of Romanian Studies, has maintained strong international cooperation with various institutions and association. We organize various lectures, workshops and ateliers.

    (From Faculty website)

     

    Our Christmas package

    How we celebrate Christmas

    Recipes Christmas cookies

    Vanilice

     Ingredients

    Dough:

    400gr of butter

    2 cups of sugar

    3 whole eggs

    2 egg yolks

    vanila sugar

    zest of one orange

    juice of one lemon

    500 gr of ground hazelnuts

    about 700 gr all-purpose flour

    1 cup of apricot

    2 egg whites

    250 gr of ground walnuts

    300 gr of icing sugar
    Preparation

      1. Butter softened on room temperature
      2. Add sugar and beat
      3. Add whole eggs, egg yolks, vanila sugar, lemon zest, orange juice and half of ground hazelnuts
      4. Start adding flour (like dough for bread)
      5. Roll out dough and cut cookies with small glass
      6. Beat egg whites and dip cookies in egg whites and then in the rest of ground walnuts but only from one side
      7. Place cookies on backing paper and bake on 200 C, around 12 minutes
      8. Combite too cookies together with jam between them and roll in lots of icing sugar

    Christmas Hedgehog

    To made it you need socks, wheat and sawdust. First, put in a sock in sawdust and over sawdust carefully wheat. Be careful to do not mix sawdust and wheat. Than drow nose and eyes. The first few days it is necessary to turn back the hedgehogs and put in a water, or more precisely only an area where is the wheat. Wheat will sprout in two days and you will see how grows.

    Ivanjsko cveće - Lady’s Bedstraw tea

     We are sending you and the homemade tea. To prepare an herbal tea using Lady’s Bedstraw, use two full teaspoons of the dried herbal extract for every 250 mL of water. This herbal tea can be taken three times per day.

  • Original Language

    Department of Romanian Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

    Who we are

    Our Christmas package

    How we celebrate Christmas

    Recipes Christmas cookies

  • Additional Translations

    Who we are

    Our Christmas package

    How we celebrate Christmas

    Recipes Christmas cookies