Call for Papers | Applications - Part 44

posted by PP on 2005/10/21 17:19

[ Call for Papers | Applications ]

The Faculty of History of the Sofia University "Sv. Kliment Ohridski" invites to participate in the restored International Seminar University Readings and Researches on Bulgarian History, which will be held on 11th - 13th May 2006 in Smolyan.
The seminar will be concentrated on the problems of:
  • Archaeology
  • Thracology
  • Bulgarian Middle Ages
  • The Bulgarian lands under the Ottoman authority (15th – 17th century)
  • Bulgarian Renaissance
  • Modern Bulgarian state (1878 - 1944)
  • Contemporary Bulgaria (1944 - 1989)
  • Bulgaria’s Transition period after 1989
  • Bulgarian ethnology and cultural anthropology
  • Teaching of the Bulgarian history abroad
Applications for participation in the seminar should be sent as late as 30th November 2005, while the summaries of the papers should be submitted till 30th January 2006. In case you will need some technical facilities for the presentation of your paper, just let the organizers know in advance. Each participant will have 15 min to present the paper and the summaries should not exceed 30 lines. The papers will be published in a special volume in their original language and their size should not exceed 20 standard pages (1.800 characters per page).

Please send the applications and summaries to the following address:
Sofia University "Sv. Kliment Ohridski" – History Faculty,
Dean’s office (or cabinet 26, 28, 29, 34, 285),
boul. "Tzar Osvoboditel" 15,
Sofia 1504, Bulgaria;
tel.: (+359 2) 9308 223; (+359 2) 987 62 92,

The living expenses of the stay during the seminar will be paid by the Organisation Committee, but not the travel expenses. Languages of the seminar: Bulgarian and English.


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