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След последното заседание на Академичния съвет на ЦАИ на 25 юни, последвано от интервюта с най-добрите кандидати на 1 и 2 юли 2021 г. ЦАИ обявява имената на своите стипендианти за следващата академична година 2021/2022:

Независими стипендии за чуждестранни учени

  • Solares, Carlos Conde (University of Northumbria at Newcastle, United Kingdom): Тhe Antisemitic Myth of the Jewish Puppeteer: Sephardic Experiences;
  • Chatzelis, Georgios (Independent Scholar): Stratagems and the Byzantine Culture of War: Theory, Practice, Report, Reception and Cross-Cultural Exchanges with the Muslim world (c. 800-1204);
  • Pickett, James (Asia Center, Harvard University / History Department, University of Pittsburgh): Seeing Like a Princely State: Protectorates in Central and South Asia at the Nexus of Early Modern Court and Modern Nation-State;
  • Epurescu-Pascovici, Ionut (Independent Scholar): The Pandemic and Society’s Response: The Plague in the Western Alps, c. 1348-1355;
  • Peršak, Nina (Institute for Criminal-Law Ethics and Criminology): Diversity and European Courts: Implications for Judicial Legitimacy and the Rule of Law;
  • Boeck, Elena (DePaul University, Chicago, USA): The Legend of Troy in the Middle Ages: Imagining Migration and Resilience.

Стипендии Герда Хенкел

  • Kirmizi, Abdulhamit (Institut für Orientalistik, Bamberg University): An Empire of Officials: Christians in the Ottoman Bureaucracy;
  • Babaк, Galina (New Europe College, Institute for Advanced Study in Bucharest): Embracing Modernism: Soviet Ukrainian Literature and Russian Modernist Literary Theory (1920s – the beginning of 1930s);
  • Bodnaruk, Mariana (Bard College, East Jerusalem, Palestine): Transvestite saints in Jerusalem: Embodiment, Materiality, and Cult Places of Pelagia the Penitent, Mary of Egypt, and Susanna of Eleutheropolis;
  • Troitskiy, Evgeny (Tomsk State University, Department of World Politics): The Two “Great Games”: “Homo Ludens” in Central Asia.

Стипендии за представители на българската академична диаспора в чужбина

  • Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Antonina (Stockholm University, Professor of European Law): Ensuring the Effectiveness of EU Law through Decentralized Enforcement: The Role of Enforcement Networks and the Challenge of Institutional Diversity;
  • Dimitrov, Radoslav (Western University, Canada): Empty Institutions in World Politics.

Стипендии за млади български учени

  • Stanoeva, Elitsa (European University Institute): Architects and Heritage Demolition in Late Socialism and after: Politics of History versus Politics of Profession;
  • Rusev, Delyan (Institute for Balkan Studies and Center of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): Imagining One’s Own Infidel: Ottoman Muslim Accounts of Balkan Non-Muslims, 15th–17th Century;
  • Stanchev, Evlogi (Institute for Balkan Studies with Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): The Diasporic Experience (Re)Considered: Idioms of Belonging and Transborder Ethnic Kinship within Crimean Tatars in Bulgaria;
  • Angelova, Paula (Department „Theory and History of Culture“, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”): Phenomenological Perspectives on Existential Spatiality;
  • Kalinov, Valentin (Independent Scholar): Between Repression and Resistance: the Critical Reception of Psychoanalysis in Bulgaria (1947-1990).

Стипендии за артисти Ландис и Гир

  • Vasileva, Aneta (University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (UACEG), History and Theory of Architecture): Contested Heritage: Contextualizing Difficult Past. History, Theory and Aspects of Contestation of Art and Architecture in а Postsocialist Pan-European Context.

Стипендия “Пфорцхаймер”

  • Pavlovitch, Pavel (Department of Arabic and Semitic Studies, Faculty of Classical and New Philology, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski): Muslim b. al-Ḥajjāj of Nishapur (d. 261 H/875 CE): The Critical Saint;
  • Nikolov, Angel (Sofia University ‘St Kliment Ohridski’, Bulgarian History Department): Ancient Magic in the Age of the Enlightenment: Medieval book amulets as textbooks and popular reading among the Bulgarians in the 18th–19th centuries;
  • Ivanov, Martin (Sofia University, Department of Sociology): Between Nostalgia and Negation: Understanding the Social Change in Socialist Bulgaria.