The Dracula Chronicle
The official website of the Center for Romanian Studies, an academic institute with the mission to promote knowledge of the history, culture, and literature of Romania and Eastern Europe. The Center welcomes articles and book reviews from writers and scholars around the world.
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Check here for articles on Romanian and East European history
Some Thoughts on Michael the Brave
Vlad III Dracula’s Relations with the Church
Vasile Lupu – Prince of Moldavia
Vlad III Dracula’s First Reign
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Statement from the Center for Romanian Studies on Bessarabia
It is the position of the Center for Romanian Studies that Bessarabia and Bucovina are a historically integral part of the Romanian lands. The very existence of a country called Moldova is a historical anomaly and the result of the globalist ideals of the West and...
The Downfall of China or CCP 3.0? – A Review
The Downfall of China or CCP 3.0? is an insightful look at inside the policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that will decide whether it will face an impending downfall, or yet again can manage to transform itself radically and weather the storm. The author,...
Vlad III Dracula – A Review by Dr. Chad Venters
Vlad III Dracula: The Life and Times of the Historical Dracula is an outstanding work of scholarship that carefully sifts through the often-contradictory sources, and popular culture associated with the name Dracula, to give us a historical Vlad Dracula, not a legend....
Another Dracula Book?
I greatly thank my kind host for inviting me to speak about my book Dracula’s Mistress. It’s, in fact, a two books series – Dracula’s Mistress and book two, Dracula’s Prodigy. ( Both available on...
How Researching the Life of Dracula Changed My Life
by Kyle B. Stiff There’s nothing quite so humbling as finding out that your knowledge of history is based on movies and television, especially when you live under the illusion of being informed… unlike those other people! I was forced to confront my own ignorance when...