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CAS History Club

2006-2006
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History Club (CAS Discussion Series)

(Topics)

  • Martin Ivanov (Institute of History, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): “Revolution of the Proletariat vs. Revolution of the Technocracy: HTP as a Surrogate for the Economic Reforms in the period 1970-1989”
  • Dimitur Atanassov (Sofia University): "Laughter and Propaganda"
  • Roumen Avramov, Martin Ivanov, Nikolay Poppetrov: “The Economic Debate on the 30’s”
  • Roumen Avramov (Center for Liberal Strategies, Sofia, CAS Sofia): “Bulgarian Economic Knowledge: Cycles, Tendencies, Transitions”
  • Ivan Elenkov (Sofia University): “The Fifth Congress of the Bulgarian Culture that did not Take Place”
  • Stefan Detchev (South-West University, Blagoevgrad): "Stambolov and Stambolovism in Bulgarian Historiography in the 20th Century"
  • Evelina Kelbetcheva (American University, Blagoevgrad): “’The Necessary’ Forgeries in History”
  • Roumen Daskalov (New Bulgarian University, Sofia): “The Debate on Fascism in Bulgarian Historiography after World War II”
  • Nikolay Poppetrov (Institute for History, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): “Is a Typologization of Bulgarian Fascism Possible?”
  • Dessislava Lilova (South-West University, Blagoevgrad): “The Dangerous Pledges of Modernity: Anti-European Debate in the Revival Public Space”
  • Chavdar Marinov (Sofia University and Ècole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France) : “What is a Macedonian Revival?”
  • Stefan Detchev (South-West University, Blagoevgrad): “Russophile and Russophobe Ideology and Bulgarian National Identity”
  • Diana Mishkova (Sofia University, CAS Sofia): “Europe in the Nineteenth-Century Balkans: A Case Study in Cultural Transfer of Concepts”
  • Alexander Vezenkov (Sofia University): “Not So Apparent Truths: the Bulgarian Revival as a Separate Period”
  • Ivan Elenkov (Sofia University): “Historical Science and the Historians’ Community in Bulgaria”
  • “Historiographical Problems of the Bulgarian Revival”
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