Publicist, feminist. She studied in Iasi and London. In Iasi she worked as a teacher. She founded `Unirea educatoarelor romane` in Iasi (1909-1916).
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`.
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.
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.
Writer and translator. She studied law at the University of Bucharest, became a lawyer but dedicated herself to writing.
Writer, translator, feminist. She studied in Geneva (1912-1915). After returning in Romania she published extensively.
One of the most appreciated and well-known woman writer of Romania.
Poet. She published a volum of poetry entitled Viorele in 1905. After marrying the journlist L.C. E. Muller, she moved to France. She travelled to USA and Europe and she described her travels in her novel, La tunique verte published in 1924.
Poet, writer, activist of human rights and women rights. She organized a literary salon in Paris where she received André Gide, Paul Valéry, Jean Cocteau, Colette, Paul Claudel, Marcel Proust as well as Eduard of Walles, future king Eduard VII. She published poems Litanies (1889),