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Fellow seminar: Roland Barthes and Julia Kristeva’s Personal Turn, 1975-1983

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

Blake Smith (Advanced Academia Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Feb ‘24) will give a talk on "Roland Barthes and Julia Kristeva’s Personal Turn, 1975-1983" on 25 January (Thursday), at 16:30 h.
Moderated by Nadezhda Alexandrova.

Fellow seminar: Memory of the Second World War in Contemporary Ukraine

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

Ihor Dvorkin (SUS Fellowship, Oct ‘23 – Feb ‘24) will present his research on "Memory of 2nd World War in Contemporary Ukraine" on 1 February (Thursday), at 16:30 h.
Moderated by Petar Parvanov.

Discussion Series “Economic and Social History”: Social and Economic Aspects in the History of the Voynuks of the Imperial Stables (16th-17th century)

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 Dr Krastyo Yordanov on "Social and Economic Aspects in the History of the Voynuks of the Imperial Stables (16th-17th century)."

Fellow seminar: Future City: Art, Utopian Architecture, and Critical Research

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

Kim Holleman (Landis & Gyr Artistic Fellow Oct ‘23 – Feb ‘24) will present the topic "Future City: Art, Utopian Architecture, and Critical Research" on 8 February (Thursday), at 16:30 h.
Moderated by Liliana Milkova.

Fellow seminar: Battlefield Archaeology of the Ottoman Conquest: Landscape, Heritage, Memory

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

Petar Parvanov (MON Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Jul ‘24) will make his second presentation on: Battlefield Archaeology of the Ottoman Conquest: Landscape, Heritage, Memory on 14 March 2024 (Thursday) at 16:30 h. Abstract: The Ottoman conquest of the Balkans has often been a dramatic grand narrative for national histories in the region. The current project...

Discussion Series “Economic and Social History”: Urbanisation Policy of the Ottoman Power in the Bulgarian Lands in the Third Quarter of the 19th Century

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. Dr Ventsislav Muchinov (Institute for Population and Human Studies at the BAS) on...

Public Lecture Series: Pre-structuralist semiology: Materiality of language in Ferdinand de Saussure

American Corner of the Sofia City Library 4A Slaveykov Square, Sofia

Please note: this event is in Bulgarian! The CAS Public Lecture Series will be held on Wednesdays at 17:30h at the American Corner of Sofia City Library on 4A Slaveykov Square. You are cordially welcome to attend the lectures of the junior and senior Bulgarian Fellows of the 2022-2023 academic year under the Advanced Academia...

Remembering the Brain – 40 Years Since the Start of the “Brain Programme” of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party (1984-1990)

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 a discussion on the topic Remembering the Brain - 40 Years Since the Start of the "Brain Programme" of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party (1984-1990) The Bio-Psycho-Social in Us and Its (Autobiographical) Memory. A Possible Contribution to the...

Public Lecture Series: Beyond Totalitarianism: Mass Internment, Concentration Camps And Forced Labor In Bulgaria In The 20th Century

American Corner of the Sofia City Library 4A Slaveykov Square, Sofia

The CAS Public Lecture Series will be held on Wednesdays at 17:30h at the American Corner of Sofia City Library on 4A Slaveykov Square. You are cordially welcome to attend the lectures of the junior and senior Bulgarian Fellows of the 2022-2023 academic year under the Advanced Academia programme. We are pleased to announce the...

CAS Discussion Series “Why Byzantium?”: “Send us, Lord, […] such a teacher” (Vita Cyrilli): Features of the Ecclesiastical Mission of Constantine and Methodius

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

Please note: this event is in Bulgarian! The Centre for Advanced Study Sofia hosts a discussion series under the theme: Why Byzantium? On the 1st April 2024 we will convene for a lecture on the following topic: "Send us, Lord, such a teacher" (Vita Cyrilli): Features of the Ecclesiastical Mission of Constantine and Methodius Lecturer:...

Public Lecture Series: The Struggle against the Kulaks and the Fate of the Homesteads in Dobrudja after 1944

American Corner of the Sofia City Library 4A Slaveykov Square, Sofia

Please note: this event is in Bulgarian! The CAS Public Lecture Series will be held on Wednesdays at 17:30h at the American Corner of Sofia City Library on 4A Slaveykov Square. You are cordially welcome to attend the lectures of the junior and senior Bulgarian Fellows of the 2022-2023 academic year under the Advanced Academia...

Fellow seminar: How to read the ‘Direct’ in Direct Realism?

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

Madelaine Angelova-Elchinova (MON Fellow, Oct ‘23 – Jul ‘24) will give her second talk on: How to read the ‘Direct’ in Direct Realism? on 04 April 2024 (Thursday) at 16:30 h. Abstract: Realist accounts of perception presuppose a crucial distinction between veridical perception, illusion and hallucination. In what follows, I focus on the faculty of...