Red_Square Sofia (7)

 Stories for '68 

posted by sofia:team 15 years ago

A Bulgarian soldier goes back to places and people he once occupy. He is the first one searching for Bulgarian traces in Slovakia. On the road from Sofia to Bratislava - Banska Bistritsa - Rozhnyava - Kosice and back to Sofia.

 Red_Square Sofia - Part 12 

posted by Dimiter 17 years ago
"A death in Sofia revives memories of a shady past"

is one of the article titles that reports on the sudden death of Bozhidar Doychev, 61, who had served since 1991 as director of the Bulgarian National Intelligence Service archive.

 Red_Square Sofia - Part 11 

posted by Dimiter 17 years ago

10-30 November, Red-House Sofia.

 Red_Square Sofia - Part 10 

posted by Dimiter 17 years ago
After a long test period and some last updates the Bulgarian Communism: Critical Readings Portal is on-line.

 Red_Square Sofia - Part 9 

posted by Dimiter 18 years ago
Kill ‘Stranger’. [Ubijte ‘Skitnik’]. Bulgarian and British State Policy on Georgi Markov’s Case.,
Hristov, Hristo. Sofia 2005

Bulgarian journalists just love to label their shallow and clamorous covers "investigations". So, it has been a long time since I had read so detailed, accurate and at the same time contextually conscious text. It is a gold standard book.

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 Red_Square Sofia - Part 8 

posted by Dimiter 18 years ago
I have mentioned Lyudmila Zhivkova and her controversial personality in previous post. Yesterday the BNT (Bulgarian National Television) broadcasted a documentary film about important moments of her life, narrated by some of her closest friends, colleagues and researchers of the period.

 Red_Square Sofia - Part 7 

posted by Dimiter 18 years ago
I stumbled upon this CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT. It might turn useful for people interested in communist studies. Here it is!


Welcome to the [Sofia] weblog, a part of the Kakanien Revisited weblog network. The Team - Dimiter, Assen and Mira - all three PhD students in the Department of History and Theory of Culture at the Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" will try to create an image - although sometimes a faceted and incoherent one - of the Bulgarian academia, culture, ongoing events, ideas, realities and virtual spaces. All of you - our readers - are warmheartedly invited to join us in this endeavor with your comments and suggestions.
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