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GETTY-CAS Closing conference 2023

GETTY-CAS CLOSING CONFERENCE LOCAL AND GLOBAL IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART HISTORY: A VIEW FROM SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE AND BEYOND 3-5 November 2023 Athens, Greece   Venue: "Alkis Argyriadis" Amphitheatre, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Main Building Address: Panepistimiou St. 30, Athens     3 November (Friday) *The time slots include...

Seminar within the international project “Historiographical Wars in the Balkans”

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

On 3 November 2023 at 16:30 at the Centre for Advanced Study Sofia will be held a Balkan studies seminar, part of the international project "Historiographical Wars in the Balkans", funded by the Bulgarian Science Fund. The two presenters will be Nathalie Clayer from the French National Centre for Scientific Research in Paris and Nedim...

Fellow seminar: Heritage Hierarchies: Unpacking the ‘Crossroads of Civilisations’ Concept

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Ivo Strahilov (MON Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Jul ‘24) will give his talk on: Heritage Hierarchies: Unpacking the ‘Crossroads of Civilisations’ Concept Abstract: The project examines the dynamics of heritage-making, knowledge construction and interactions of heritage and politics in contemporary Bulgaria. Through ethnographic research of three recent Bulgarian-French exhibitions at the Louvre Museum in Paris,...

Fellow seminar: Star Citizens. Alternative Knowledge, Science, and the Search for Meaning in Post-Socialist Bulgaria

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Victor Petrov (MON Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Jul ‘24) will make his introduction to: Star Citizens: Alternative Knowledge, Science, and the Search for Meaning in Post-Socialist Bulgaria on 16 November, 2023 (Thursday) at 16:30 h. Moderated by Madelaine Angelova-Elchinova. Abstract: This project investigates the post-socialist boom in 'phenomena' in Bulgaria. In 1990, the Bulgarian army...

Discussion Series “Economic and Social History”: A Tale About the “Servants of Mammon” – Attitude to Interest and Usury in Ottoman Bulgaria (XVII – XIX Century). The Perspective of Religions.

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Please note: this event is in Bulgarian! We would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture, part of the seminar: Economic (Social) History of Bulgaria: The Future through the Past Culture The discussion series continue with a lecture by Assoc. Prof. Hristiyan Atanasov on: A Tale About the "Servants of Mammon" - Attitude to...

Fellow seminar: Historical Sociology, International Relations and Russian Civilizational Politics

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Mikhail Maslovskiy (Gerda Henkel Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Dec ‘23) will talk on the theme: Fellow Seminar: Historical Sociology, International Relations and Russian Civilizational Politics on 23 November, 2023 (Thursday) at 16:30 h. Moderated by Volodymyr Bureha. Abstract: The research project deals with contemporary civilizational analysis in historical sociology and new perspectives on civilizational politics...

Fellow seminar: Comparative and interdisciplinary analyses of medical texts concerning coughing of phlegm

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Strahil Panayotov (Pforzheimer Senior Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Feb ‘24) shall talk about his research project on: Comparative and interdisciplinary analyses of medical texts concerning coughing of phlegm: from the second Millennium BCE Mesopotamia, over Ashurbanipal to Hippocrates 7 December 2023 (Thursday) at 16:30 h. Moderated by Dragos Năstăsoiu. The winter fits Strahil's talk. Who...

CAS Discussion Series: “Why Byzantium?”: Bulgaria as a ‘prime candidate’ for membership of the Byzantine Commonwealth?

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

The Centre for Advanced Study Sofia hosts a discussion series under the theme: Why Byzantium? On the 8th December 2023 we will convene for a lecture on the following topic: Bulgaria as a ‘prime candidate’ for membership of the Byzantine Commonwealth? Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Angel Nikolov, Ph.D. (Mediaeval Bulgarian History, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski")...

Discussion Series “Economic and Social History”: Economic Growth in the Central Balkans in the 19th Century: Regional Specificities and Factors

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia 7B Stefan Karadzha St, entr. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria

Please note: this event is in Bulgarian!

The discussion series continue with a lecture by Dr Ivaylo Naydenov on the topic "Economic Growth in the Central Balkans in the 19th Century: Regional Specificities and Factors", on 16th January (Tuesday) at 17:00.