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International Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2014)
  • Adriana Placani (no permanent affiliation, Italy): Liability for Future Harm (March – July 2014 )
  • Bogdan Iacob (Romanian Cultural Institute, Romania): Product of Appropriation. Southeast European Studies during the Cold War (1963-1989) (March – July 2014)
  • Kiril Tochkov (Texas Christian University, USA): The “Great Leap Forward” Campaign in Bulgaria and China: A Comparative Analysis (May – June 2014)
  • Maria Litina (Centre for History and Palaeography, National Bank Cultural Foundation, Greece): Attempts towards the healing of the Bulgarian Schism (1932-1935) (June – July 2014)
  • Simone Bellezza (Department of Humanities, University of Trento, Italy): Choosing Their Own Nation: National and Political Identities of the Italian POWS in Russia (1914-1921) (March – May 2014)

Winter Semester (October 2014 – February 2015)

  • Gregory Myers (American Society of Byzantine Music and Hymnography, USA): Music and Urban Liturgical Ritual in Slavia Orthodoxa, Eleventh – Fourteenth Centuries: The Marian Feasts (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Mihai Olaru (no permanent affiliation, Romania): Writing Like a State. Recordkeeping and State Power in Eighteen century Wallachia (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Rory Yeomans (no permanent affiliation, UK): Regenerating the Nation: Race, Genocide and Social Mobility in Fascist Croatia, 1941-1945 (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Stefania Costache (no permanent affiliation, Romania): For Profit and Progress – the Politics of European Investments in Ottoman Railways (1850-1880) (October 2014 – February 2015)

Bulgarian Module

Summer Semester (March – July 2014)
  • Atanas Slavov (Sofia University): Between Endorsement and Ambivalence: Democracy and Eastern Orthodoxy in post-communist South-East Europe (March – July 2014)
  • Boyko Penchev (Sofia University): Liberal Skills, Conservative Values: Canon and Literary Education in Bulgaria After 1989 (March – July 2014)
  • Grigor Boykov (Sofia University): Building a Capital City in the Balkans: Spatial Transformation and Urban Morphology of Ottoman Edirne (Adrianople) in the 14th and 15th Centuries a (March – July 2014)
  • Mariya Ivancheva (no permanent affiliation): From Unregulated to Unruly: Transforming Roma Housing in Socialist Bulgaria (March – July 2014)

Winter Semester (October 2014 – February 2015)

  • Evelina Kelbecheva (American University in Bulgaria): The Dividing Time of Historical Memories in Bulgaria (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Kamelia Spassova (Sofia University): Mimesis: Doppelganger as a Political Figure (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Snezhanka Rakova (South-West University): Between the Sultan and the Doge – Diplomats and Spies at the time of Suleiman the Magnificent (October 2014 – February 2015)
  • Teodora Karamelska (New Bulgarian University): Mind, Body, and Spirit: Women's Religiosity between Spirituality and Holistic Practices (October 2014 – February 2015)