She was involved in the Revolution of 1848 in Wallachia. She supported her husband and was among the first women to travel abroad in order to meet her sons also involved in the 1848 Revolution.
Romanian feminist, writer, musician, actress. She run the woman magazine, Femeea romana. She published poems, she translated E. Scribe’s comedies.
Writer and activist for women rights. Studied in Vienna and Paris. She got involved in the organization of the Romanian educational system. She wrote poems, novels, but also literary critique.
Wife of Alexandru Ioan Cuza, the first First Lady of Romania. She got involved in promoting women rights and philanthropist activities.
The daughter of the prince Ioan Gheorghe Caragea (1812-1818), she encouraged theater in Wallachia but also the organization of the Princely Academy of Bucharest. She could speak several foreign languages, French, Greek, German, Turkish and Romanian.
Militant for the union of Wallachia and Moldavia. Her husband Nicolae Vogoride tried to hinder the unification of the two principalities but she discovered his letters and sent them to be published. Eventually she left her husband and traveled to Europe.
Publicist, poet and one of the first feminists of Moldavia. She translated from French.
Romanian pianist. Studied in Vienna.
Actress. Studied in Bucharest and Vienna. Debuted at Burgtheatr in Vienna. She returned to Romania in 1925 and taught at the Dramatic Arts Conservatory.
Physician. First woman professor of ophtalmology in a Romanian univeristy. She studied in Iasi and became a practician in Paris. She got her Ph.D. in medicine in Iasi in 1899.