Tashev, Andrey

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Andrey Hristov Tashev

Assist. Prof. Dr. Andrey Tashev

PERSONAL

  • Name: Andrey Hristov Tashev
  • Birth Date: 8 April 1983
  • Birth Place: Asenovgrad, Bulgaria
  • Tel.: (+359) 899 76 80 94
  • E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EDUCATION

  • 2011 - Ph.D. in Theory and History of Literature
    Dissertation title: “Semiotic Methods in Bulgarian Humanities. Pragmatism and Ivan Sarailiev”
  • 2008–2011 Ph.D. student in Theory and History of Literature (special area: Semiotics) at the Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Tutor: Prof. Ivan Mladenov, D.Sc.
  • 2006–2007 MA in Literary Studies at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
  • 2001–2005 BA in Bulgarian Philology at Plovdiv University “Paisii Hilendarski”
  • 1997–2001 “Tsar Ivan Asen II” High School of Metallurgy and Mechano-electrotechnics, Asenovgrad

ACADEMIC POSITION

  • since 2012 – Assistant Professor at the Department of Literary Theory at the Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2011 – Researcher at the Department of Literary Theory at the Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


MAIN PUBLICATIONS

Books (in Bulgarian)

Monographs

  • Pragmatism and Ivan Sarailiev. Toward the Roots of Semiotic Thought in Bulgaria, Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2013, 252 pp. ISBN 978-954-322-667-2; 978-954-07-3589-4.

School aids

  • Compositions and Essays of Literature for the High School Students - 11th Grade. Vol. 3. (with Alexandar Panov), Sofia: Diogen, 2008, 160 pp. ISBN 978-954-91767-8-7.
  • Compositions and Essays of Literature for the High School Students - 12th Grade. Vol. 2. (with Alexandar Panov and Viktoria Beshliyska), Sofia: Diogen, 2008, 176 pp. ISBN 954-909-34-8-7.
  • Compositions and Essays of Literature for the High School Students - 12th Grade. Vol. 3. (with Alexandar Panov), Sofia: Diogen, 2008, 160 pp. ISBN 954-909-34-8-7.

Selected articles

In English

  • Autorecycling in Literature: Motives and Effects. - In: Recycling in Literature and Culture, ed. by Teresa Dobrzyńska and Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2019, forthcoming.
  • The Two Pragmatisms in the Philosophy of Ivan Sarailiev. - Sign Systems Studies, 2013, № 41.4, pp. 433-445. ISSN 1406-4243.
  • Classical Pragmatism: An Overview. - Sjani (Tbilisi), 2012, № 13, pp. 47-65. ISSN 1512-2514.
  • The Whisper of Thought. - In: Vision and Cognition. Взгляд и познание, ed. by Teresa Dobrzyńska and Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2011, pp. 340-351. ISBN 978-954-8712-75-0.
  • On the Scale of Meaning. - In: Marginality in/of Literature, ed. by Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2011, pp. 471-483. ISBN 978-954-8712-76-7.
  • Ivan Sarailiev and the Beginning of Semiotic Thought in Bulgaria. - News. Monthly Informational Bulletin of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences About Science and Technologies, 2011, № 3 (91), pp. 1-2. ISSN 1312-2436.
    Also in: News 2011. Miscellany, Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, 2012, pp. 57-60. ISSN 1313-3233.
  • Chance, Determination and Effete Mind. - In: Literary Knowledge and Open Horizons. Expectations and Prospects, ed. by Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2011, pp. 128-138. ISBN 978-954-8712-68-2.

In Bulgarian

  • Elisaveta Bagryana and Matvey Valev - A (Un)Successful Creative Collaboration. - In: Proceedings of the conference, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of Elisaveta Bagryana’s birth, 2019, forthcoming.
  • Articles for the online „Dictionary of Bulgarian Literature after the Liberation“ about the following writers and critics:
    Yordan Badev
    Boryu Zevzeka
    Dimitar Boyadzhiev
    Dimcho Debelyanov
    Dimitar Korudzhiev (co-authors: Sabina Belyaeva and Dobromir Grigorov)
    Slavcho Krasinski (co-author: Tsveta Trifonova)
    Svetoslav Minkov
    Penyo Penev
    Konstantin Petkanov
    Fani Popova-Mutafova
    Boris Shivachev
    Hristo Smirnenski
    Rumen Stoyanov
    Alexandar Vutimski
    Hristo Yasenov
  • Literature in Electronic Audio Format: from Radio Plays to Audiobooks (Co-author: Kalina Zahova). – LiterNet (Internet Journal), 2018, № 7 (224), 29.07.2018. ISSN:1312-2282 ( https://liternet.bg/publish11/k_zahova/radiopiesi.htm )
  • What More Is in Store for Us? On the collection Humour and Satire by Matvey Valev. – LiterNet (Internet Journal), 2018, № 6 (223), 12.06.2018. ISSN 1312-2282. ( https://liternet.bg/publish22/a_tashev/matvei-vylev.htm )
  • Radio and Literature: Intersections and Relations in Bulgarian Context. – In: Domination and Adaptation. Proceedings of the International conference organized by the Faculty of Slavic Studies 24–25 April 2017. Vol. 1, ed. by Nadezhda Alexandrova, Diana Atanasova, Maria Kalinova and Rumyana L. Stancheva, Sofia: Faculty of Slavic Studies, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, 2017, pp. 319–325. ISBN 978-619-7433-07-4.
  • Passion in Shadow. – Introduction to: Valev, Matvey. Radio and Society, ed. by Andrey Tashev and Kalina Zahova, Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2017, pp. 7–13. ISBN 978-954-07-4332-5.
  • Pragmatism in Bulgaria. – In: Our Americas 2: The USA as a Metaphor of Modernity. Bulgarian-American Reflections (20th–21th c.), ed. by Plamen Antov, Andrey Tashev and Ivan Hristov, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2017, pp. 45–54. ISBN 978-619-7372-06-9.
  • Hristo Smirnenski. Literary Portrait. (It includes the articles: “Biography”; “On the Works of Hristo Smirnenski”; “Curiosities” and “Hristo Smirnenski in Contemporary Culture”.) – The articles are published in 2016 on the website of the research project Bulgarian Literary Classics – Knowledge for Everyone. Unknown Archives and Cultural Contexts. ( http://bglitarchives.org)
  • Fani Popova-Mutafova. Literary Portrait. (It includes the articles: “Biography”; “On the Works of Fani Popova-Mutafova”; “Curiosities” and “Fani Popova-Mutafova in Contemporary Culture”.) – The articles are published in 2016 on the website of the research project Bulgarian Literary Classics – Knowledge for Everyone. Unknown Archives and Cultural Contexts. ( http://bglitarchives.org)
  • The Three-Faced Self in the Philosophy of Charles Peirce. - In: Статуите на мисълта. В чест на професор Иван Младенов. / The Statues of Thought. In Honorem Professor Ivan Mladenov, ed. by Andrey Tashev, Elka Traykova, Miryana Yanakieva, Paul Cobley and Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2016, pp. 130-137. ISBN 978-954-322-832-4; 978-954-8712-96-5.
  • Brazilian Legacy of Matvey Valev. - Stranitsa [Page], 2015, № 3 (63), pp. 165-171. ISSN 1310-9081.
  • On the Scale of Meaning. Matvey Valev on Brazil. - In: Our Americas 1: South America and Bulgarian Literature, Bulgarian Traces in Latin America, ed. by Plamen Antov, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2015, pp. 83-96. ISBN 978-954-8712-95-8.
  • The Marriage of Tchaikovsky, or the Death of Moral Values. - LiterNet (Internet journal), 2015, №1 (182). ISSN 1312-2282. ( http://liternet.bg/publish22/a_tashev/ivan-hlebarov.htm)
  • The Expressionsitic Deviation of Matvey Valev - An article published in 2013 on the website of the project Digitization and Conceptualization of the Literary Inheritance of Bulgarian Modernism. ( http://bgmodernism.com/our_modernism/andrej_tashev)
    Also in: Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper], 2014, № 3, p. 11. ISSN 1310-9561.
    Also in: Bulgarian and Modern. Toward the Study of the New Bulgarian Literature, ed. by Elka Dimitrova, Andrey Tashev and Penka Vatova, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2014, pp. 241-246. ISBN 978-954-8712-94-1.
  • Novis. [Review of the journal]. - An article published in 2013 on the website of the project Digitalization and Conceptualization of the Literary Inheritance of Bulgarian Modernism. ( http://bgmodernism.com/analitichni_statii/Novis_review)
  • Ivan Sarailiev and his Aristotle. - In: Sarailiev, Ivan. Aristotle, ed. by Andrey Tashev, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2013, pp. 9-27. ISBN 978-954-8712-85-9.
  • The Bulgarian Connection in Juri Lotman’s Archive. - Kultura [Culture], 2013, № 8 (2713), p. 1. ISSN 0861-1408.
  • Visible Fruits of the Invisible School. - Balgarski ezik i literatura [Bulgarian Language and Literature], 2013, № 1, pp. 84 - 89. ISSN 0323-9519.
  • The Faces of the Sea in Belles-lettres of Matvey Valev. - In: The Literary Studies as a Possibility of Choice. In Honorem Raya Kuncheva, ed. by Miryana Yanakieva, Rumyana Damyanova, Yonka Naydenova, Elka Traykova and Anisava Miltenova, Plovdiv: Context, 2012, pp. 522-530. ISBN 978-954-8238-40-3.
  • Literariness and Out-of-Literariness: Points of Contact. - Извънлитературното. / L'extralittéraire, ed. by Marie Vrinat-Nikolov, Ivan Mladenov and Andrey Tashev, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, Paradigma, 2012, pp. 39-52. ISBN 978-954-326-166-6.
  • Ivan Sarailiev and the Beginning of Semiotic Thought in Bulgaria. - News. Monthly Informational Bulletin of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences About Science and Technologies, 2011, № 3 (91), pp. 1-2. ISSN 1312-2436 ( http://www.bas.bg/images/buletini/novosti201103bg.pdf)
    Also in: News 2011. Miscellany, Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, 2012, pp. 57-60. ISSN 1313-3233.
  • "Contemporary Knowledge and Religion. A Philosophical Drama in Five Monologs". - Sledva, 2011, № 24, pp. 146-148. ISSN 1311-9060.
  • The Unusual Fate of a Doctrine. - Littera et Lingua (Internet journal), 2010, Winter issue. ISSN 1312-6172. ( http://www.slav.uni-sofia.bg/naum/node/1765)
  • Actions Against Amnesia. - Kultura [Culture], 2010, № 42 (2615), p. 3. ISSN 0861-1408.
  • Imatra and Its Symbols. - Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper], 2010, № 26, p. 5. ISSN 1310-9561.
    Also in: LiterNet (Internet journal), 2010, № 7 (128). ISSN 1312-2282. ( http://liternet.bg/publish22/a_tashev/imatra-simvoli.htm)
  • The Whisper of Thought and the Gleams of Ideas. - LiterNet (Internet journal), 2010, №7 (128). ISSN 1312-2282. ( http://liternet.bg/publish22/a_tashev/shepotyt.htm)
  • The Interpreter in Ivan Sarailiev’s Philosophy. - In: The Planet Word, ed. by Krasimira Chakarova and Tatyana Ichevska, Plovdiv: Context, 2010, pp. 219-225. ISBN 978-954-8238-18-2.
  • Ivan Sarailiev and the Beginning of Pragmatism and Semiotics in Bulgaria. - Literaturna Misal [Literary Thought], 2009, № 2, pp. 145-159. ISSN 0324-0495.
  • On a Failed Attempt for Renewing Bulgarian Narrative. - In: "I am not One of Them". The Cannon of the Difference, In Honour of Professor Nikola Georgiev’s 70th Anniversary, ed. by Miglena Nikolchina, Iren Alexandrova, Kalin Mihaylov, Kalina Zahova, Kamelia Spasova and Galina Ivanova, Sofia: Sofia University Press, 2009, pp. 358-364. ISBN 978-954-07-2819-3.
  • The Differing Knowledge in "Meditationes" by Ivan Sarailiev. - Filosofski Alternativi [Philosophical Alternatives], 2009, № 3, pp. 49-56. ISSN 0861-7899.
  • Semiotics at the Institute for Literature. Contributions and Perspectives. - Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper], 2009, № 21, p. 5. ISSN 1310-9561.
  • An International Semiotic Forum by the Sea. - Kultura [Culture], 2008, № 33 (2516), p. 16. ISSN 0861-1408.
  • The Memory in "Swann’s Way" by Marcel Proust and in "Matter and Memory" by Henri Bergson. - In: The Word: Images and Reflections, ed. by Krasimira Chakarova and Tatyana Ichevska, Plovdiv: Context, 2008, pp. 304-309. ISBN 978-954-8238-04-5.
  • The Forgotten Matvey Valev. - LiterNet (Internet journal), 2008, № 4 (101). ISSN 1312-2282. ( http://liternet.bg/publish22/a_tashev/zabraveniiat.htm)
  • Facts against Amnesia (Commemorating the 105th Anniversary of Matvey Valev). - Kultura [Culture], 2008, № 11 (2494), p. 6. ISSN 0861-1408.

BOOKS EDITED

  • Yankova, Reni. The Semiotic Orbits. Habit, Norm and Ritual in the Philosophy of Charles Peirce, ed. by Andrey Tashev, Sofia: New Bulgarian University, 2018, 280 p. ISBN 978-619-233-004-0.
  • Valev, Matvey. Radio and Society, ed. by Andrey Tashev and Kalina Zahova, Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2017, 112 p. ISBN 978-954-07-4332-5.
  • Literary History Journal, 1/2018, ed. by Miryana Yanakieva, Regina Koycheva, Kalina Zahova and Andrey Tashev. ISSN 0204-7756.
  • Our Americas 2: The USA as a Metaphor of Modernity. Bulgarian-American Reflections (20th–21th c.), ed. by Plamen Antov, Andrey Tashev and Ivan Hristov, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2017, 588 p. ISBN 978-619-7372-06-9.
  • Статуите на мисълта. В чест на професор Иван Младенов. / The Statues of Thought. In Honorem Professor Ivan Mladenov, ed. by Andrey Tashev, Elka Traykova, Miryana Yanakieva, Paul Cobley and Raya Kuncheva, Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2016, 504 pp. ISBN 978-954-322-832-4; 978-954-8712-96-5.
  • Bulgarian and Modern 2. Experimental Overviews, ed. by Elka Dimitrova, Andrey Tashev and Penka Vatova, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2015, 212 pp. ISBN 978-954-8712-98-9.
  • Bulgarian and Modern. Toward the Study of the New Bulgarian Literature, ed. by Elka Dimitrova, Andrey Tashev and Penka Vatova, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2014, 300 pp. ISBN 978-954-8712-94-1.
  • The Slipping Subject of the Literary Studies. The Invisible School: Miroslav Yanakiev, Nikola Georgiev, Radosvet Kolarov, ed. by Miglena Nikolchina, Miryana Yanakieva, Amelia Licheva, Kamelia Spasova, Galina Georgieva, Andrey Tashev and Chavdar Parushev, Sofia: Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper] Foundation. 2014, 441 pp. ISBN 978-954-9602-37-1.
  • Sarailiev, Ivan. Aristotle, ed. by Andrey Tashev, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, 2013, 116 pp. ISBN 978-954-8712-85-9.
  • Извънлитературното. / L'extralittéraire, ed. by Marie Vrinat-Nikolov, Ivan Mladenov and Andrey Tashev, Sofia: Boyan Penev Publishing Centre, Paradigma, 2012, 377 pp. ISBN 978-954-326-166-6.
  • Mladenov, Ivan. Deviated Literature: A Pragmatist Overview, ed. by Marie Vrinat-Nikolov and Andrey Tashev, Sofia: Paradigma, 2011, 248 pp. ISBN 978-954-326-151-2.

BOOKS TRANSLATED

From English into Bulgarian

  • De Waal, Cornelis. On Peirce, trans. by Nikolay Ivanov and Andrey Tashev, Sofia: New Bulgarian University, 2015, 142 pp. ISBN 978-954-535-856-2.

REVIEWS OF MY BOOKS

In Bulgarian

  • Yanakieva, Miryana. On the book Pragmatism and Ivan Sarailiev. Toward the Roots of Semiotic Thought in Bulgaria by Andrey Tashev. - Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper], 2014, № 1, p. 14. ISSN 1310-9561.
  • Fadel, Maurice. Description and Descripted. [Revew of Pragmatism and Ivan Sarailiev. Toward the Roots of Semiotic Thought in Bulgaria]. - Literaturen Vestnik [Literary Newspaper], 2014, № 20, p. 2. ISSN 1310-9561.

PRESENTATIONS

In English

  • “Export of Spirit”: International Cultural Relations of Bulgaria (1939–1942). Paper for the International conference “Slovenian and Bulgarian Literatures and Cultures in the Context of World Literature”, Sofia, 11 June 2019.
  • Autorecycling in Literature: Motives and Effects. Paper for the International conference “Recycling in Literature and Culture”, Sofia, 19–20 September 2018.
  • You Are Me. On Charles Peirce’s Concept of Identity. Paper for the International conference "Similarity and Difference (The Problem of Identity)", Sofia, 17-18 September 2012.
  • On the Scale of Meaning. Paper for the International Summer School "The Marginal about/in Literature", Sofia, 6-10 June 2011.
  • Chance, Determinism and Effete Mind. Paper for the International Summer School for Semiotic and Structural Studies, Imatra, Finland, 11-15 June 2010.
  • The Whisper of Thought and the Gleams of Ideas. Paper for the 15th Early Fall School of Semiotics "Sociosemiotics III", Sozopol, 5-15 September 2009.

In Bulgarian

  • Elisaveta Bagryana and Matvey Valev – A (Un)Successful Creative Collaboration. Paper for the Conference, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of Elisaveta Bagryana’s birth, Sofia, 12–13 November 2018.
  • Matvey Valev: On This Side and Beyond. Lecture for the Mladenov-Feodorov permanent seminar “Non/Cognate Approaches in the Humanities”, Sofia, 26 February 2018.
  • Literature in Electronic Audio Format: from Radio Plays to Audiobooks. Co-author: Kalina Zahova. Paper for the National conference “The Arts: Collision and Continuity”, Sofia, 30 November – 1 December 2017.
  • Literature in the Digital World. Co-author: Kalina Zahova. Paper for the conference “Encyclopedias and Libraries. Modes of Interaction for Creating and Social Popularizing Information Resources”, Varna, 18–19 October 2017.
  • Radio and Literature: Intersections and Relations in Bulgarian Context. Paper for the International conference “Domination and Adaptation”, Sofia, 24–25 April 2017.
  • Pragmatism in Bulgaria. Paper for the Interdisciplinary conference "The US as a Cultural Metaphor for Modernity. - The USA Phenomenon and Bulgarian Culture and Literature; Bulgarian-American Literary Reflections (20th-21st century)", Sofia, 10-11 December 2014.
  • The Expressionistic Deviation of Matvey Valev. Paper for the Nationlan conference "Our Modernisms (Bulgarian Literary Modernism: Authors, Issues, Conceptions)", Sofia, 14-16 November 2013.
  • Matvey Valev on Brazil. A Pragmatist Overview. Paper for the conference "The America Phenomenon in Bulgarian Literature - from Novel to Grotesque and Further (110th anniversary of Boris Shivachev and Svetoslav Minkov)", Sofia, 30 November and 4 December 2012.
  • Literariness and Out-of-Literariness: Points of Contacts. Paper for the conference "Out-of-Literariness 2", Sofia, 1 December 2011.
  • Between Chance and Neccesity (On Peirce’s idea of the "effete mind"). Paper for the conference "Out-of-Literariness", Sofia, 25-26 November 2010.
  • Semiotics at the Institute for Literature. Contributions and Perspectives. Paper for the conference "Literary Studies Like a Responsibility", commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Institute of Literature, Sofia, 26 May 2009.
  • The Interpreter in Ivan Sarailiev’s Philosophy. Paper for the 11th Conference "The Word - a Planet of Spirit", Plovdiv, 7-8 May 2009.
  • On a Failed Attempt for Renewing Bulgarian Narrative. Paper for the conference "‘I am not One of Them’. The Cannon of the Difference", in honour of Professor Nikola Georgiev’s 70th Anniversary and 60 Years Department of Theory of Literature at Sofia University, 29-30 November 2007.
  • The Canonical Translation. Paper for the conference "The Dialogue between Cultures", organized by Sofia University, 21-22 May 2007.
  • The Memory in "Swann’s Way" by Marcel Proust and in "Matter and Memory" by Henri Bergson. Paper for the 9th Conference "A Carnival of the Words", Plovdiv, 3-4 May 2007.

RESEARCH PROJECTS AT THE INSTITUTE FOR LITERATURE

  • since 2019 – National Scientific Programme "Cultural Historical Heritage, National Memory, and Social Development"
  • since 2018 – Establishment and Development of the “Heritage BG” Center for Top Achievements. (Project BG05M2OP001-1.001-0001, financed by the Operational Programme “Science and Education for Smart Growth”).
  • since 2017 – Bulgarian Literature since the Liberation (1878) – Personalities and Processes, Documents and Artifacts (Digital Dictionary). (Project of the Institute for Literature, financed by the National Science Fund). http://dictionarylit-bg.eu/
  • 2015 – 2016 Bulgarian Literary Classics - Knowledge for Everyone. Unknown Archives and Cultural Contexts. (Financed by Programme BG08 "Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Arts".) http://bglitarchives.org
  • 2015 Bulgarian and Modern 2. Experimental Overviews.
  • 2014 – 2016 Universal and Marginal Values and Identities During the Middle and New ages. (A joint research project with the Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies at the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.)
  • Bulgarian Modernism: Conceptual and Aesthetic Views, Polemics, Balances.
  • since 2013 – Geography and Literature
  • since 2013 – Digitization and Conceptualization of the Literary Inheritance of Bulgarian Modernism. (Financed by the National Science Fund.) http://bgmodernism.com
  • 2013 The Other Bulgarian Literature of the 20th century. "Aristotle" by Ivan Sarailiev. (Financed by Sofia Municipality Culture Program)
  • since 2010 – Concepts and Problems of Contemporary Literary Studies. Reference Publications and Anthologies.
  • 2009 – 2011 Support for the Development of the Scholarly Potential of Young Humanitarian Scholars and the Strengthening of Their Professional Contacts with World-famous Scholars in Their Area of Study. (Financed by the European Social Fund and the Republic of Bulgaria under the Operational Program "Human Resources Development" 2007-2013.)
  • 2009 – 2012 Theories of Embedding Thought. (A joint research project with Evangelisches Studienwerk e.V. Villigst, Germany.)
  • since 2008 – Methodological Problems of Literary Studies.

PARTICIPATIONS

  • Participant at the International Summer School "Interfacing Sciences and Humanities", Rimini, Polo Didattico-Scientifico, University of Bologna, Italy, 29 June - 10 July 2009.

CONSULTATIONS

  • Assistant and consultant of the Brazilian documentary "The Myth of Señor Bulgaro", dedicated to the Bulgarian writer Matvey Valev.

AWARDS

  • The "Ivan Evstratiev Geshov" Prize at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2011.

Contacts

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