Bulgarian Studies Journal

Bulgarian Studies is an annual online peer-edited journal that includes content related to the study of Bulgaria and its culture. We welcome submissions of relevant scholarly articles and reviews of publications from academics and unaffiliated scholars alike. Additional materials, such as personal narratives and creative media may also be considered.

Announcements

 

Inaugural Issue of Bulgarian Studies

 

Coming soon… the inaugural issue of Bulgarian Studies!

Table of Contents:
 
British and US Relations with Bulgaria, 1949-1959: The Bulgarian-American Diplomatic Split and Britain’s Fundamental Role
April Curtis
 
Rachenitsa! Try to Outdance Me!” — Competition and Improvisation the Bulgarian Way
Daniela Ivanova-Nyberg
 
The Parentela in Bulgarian Polity: Conflict and Cooperation Between Groups and the State
Mihail Petkov
 
Identity and Multiplicity in Canetti's and Wagenstein's Birthplaces: Exploring the Rhizomatic Roots of Europe
Giustina Selvelli
 
"Grandma, What’s Your Name Now?": Life-Narratives, Portraiture, and Reclaiming Identity in the Balkans
Andrew White & Daria Borislavova White


 
Posted: 2017-02-02
 
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