Publicist, feminist. She studied in Iasi and London. In Iasi she worked as a teacher. She founded `Unirea educatoarelor romane` in Iasi (1909-1916).
She took part with her husband to the Revolution of 1848 in Bucharest. While in exile in Paris, she published Les principautés danubiennes. She inspired Rosenthal for his painting Romania revolutionara (Revolutionary Romania).
Feminist, writer. She founded ‘Liga drepturilor si datoriilor femeilor’ in Iasi in 1911. Member of the Central committee of the International Women Suffrage Alliance.
Romanian journalist and feminist. She founded in 1872, the first feminist association in Banat, in Timisoara, `Reuniunea doamnelor`.
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.
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.
Writer, translator. She studied in Paris where she published her first volum of poetry, Chants d’Aurore. Exiled for being romantically involved with the crown prince Ferdinand, she lived in Paris. She was member of the Romanian delegation to the Peace Conference in Paris in 1919.
Poet. Musician. First Romanian woman to study at Sorbonne.
Writer, painter, historian, feminist. She translated from Greek to German at 14 years old The Illiad of Homer. She married Russian prince Alexander Kolotov Massalski and lived in Saint Petersburg during the Crimea War. She publicly sympathized with France and UK and was detained and