Kristina Popova

Kristina Popova
South-West University "Neofit Rilski" · Department of History

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The aim of the exhibition is to present the place of women in the transfer of knowledge in the Black Sea Region and in its rich cultural representations and its historical dynamics. The concept is to present women as objects of male representations and a men-dominated scientific discourse as well as to present them as emerging subjects of knowledge...
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The paper is focused on the time of the 22th Congress of the The Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1961 and the 8th Congress of the Bulgarian Communist Party in November 1962 and the first years as the Directives for the building the communist society till 1980 was accepted. The Pioneer media in Bulgaria - "Septemvrijche", "Plamuche", "Druzhin...
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The Russo-Ottoman war 1877 - 1878 was an important challenge for the peace activists in Europe: for religious war-resistance groups, for pacifists, as well as for supporters of social justice. Pacifists started new iniatives for maintaining peace. They tried to prevent the war by organization of international conferences, to reduce the participatio...
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The paper presents the biography and philanthropic activities of Lady Emily Ann Strangford (1826-1887) for Bulgarian peasants (1876-1877) and for Turkish refugees (1877 - 1878). The authors deal also with the way the memory about her surfaced in the next decades. Although streets and schools in Bulgaria were named after her, the memory about her as...
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The use of rusks for military needs became more and more important in the logistics of wars in the 19th century. The organization of preparation, preservation and transportation of rusks in 1877 was an “operation” according to the military documents left in the governmental archive. The Russian military command decided that the big part of the rusk...
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The Bulgarian Evangelical Society (BES) was the first organised initiative of Bulgarian Evangelical Christians to take part in evangelising the Bulgarian people. Founded in 1875, the BES survived several wars and internal problems, until it was dissolved by the Communist regime in 1958. Apart from printing and distributing literature and providing...
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The article follows the development of the memory culture in Bulgaria since the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 – 1878 until present days concerning historiography, memory places, celebrations, school textbooks. The transformation of the traditional religious memory about the war into modern memory policies is analyzed in the present article. Thereby thr...
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The article follows the development of the memory culture in Bulgaria since the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 – 1878 until present days concerning historiography, memory places, celebrations, school textbooks. The transformation of the traditional religious memory about the war into modern memory policies is analyzed in the present article. Thereby thr...
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Additional materials for teaching gender history in high schools have been provided. The book presents the relation between men and women on all Balkan countries and Hungary . The book is translated in the Balkan languages and Hungarian language.
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The book includes oral autobiographies of different generations Bulgarians. The authors analyse the transformations of the life tragectories after the communist take over in 9th of September 1944.
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The authors analyse the socio-communicative behaviour of Bulgarian Muslims (Pomaks). 19 oral autobiuographical interviews have been published.

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