Milena Angelova

Milena Angelova
South-West University "Neofit Rilski" · Department of History

PhD

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Milena Angelova currently works at the Department of History, South-West University "Neofit Rilski". Their most recent publication is 'When the doctor was “Hekim”. The memories of Dr. Yosif Lyubenov about the healing practices in the Town of Kyustendil during the 1860s'.

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The movement of free education and the women's participation in science and culture. Content analysis of journal "Free education", Dimitar Katsarov (ed.) 1920-1940s
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In Bulgaria tuberculosis considerably began to be viewed as a social problem at the end of the 19th century and all experts were on the same opinion: the fight against tuberculosis had to be preventive, that meant: improvement of hygiene and labor conditions, overall information about the disease aimed to reach widest circles of the population and...
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Review of the book of Dominik Gutmeyr “Borderlands Orientalism or How the Savage Lost his Nobility. The Russian Perception of the Caucasus between 1817 and 1878”, Studies on South East Europe, Vol. 19, Wien: Lit, 2017, 316 pp., ISBN 978-3-643-50788-4
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The paper follows the initial history and the social contexts of the present balneology in Bulgaria and especially the institutionalization of the mud therapy. The international contexts and influences in carrying out this policy have been followed. The paper presents the institutions and personalities – doctors and social workers from the first ha...
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The paper presents the memories of the famous military doctor and publicist doctor Yosif Lybenov. The memories were published in 1895 in the journal “Medical Review” and considered his experience as assistant of one of the doctors of the town of Kystendil during the 1860s. © 2018, International University Seminar for Balkan Studies and Specializati...
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The author deals with the problematics of childhood and the construction of the image of "children heroes" in the context of politics of memory imposed by the communist regime after 1944. The case of Vasil and Sava Kokareshkovi famous as "heroes of Belitsa" has been followed. © 2016, International University Seminar for Balkan Studies and Specializ...
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The article elaborates on the mechanism used to construct the memory and to mythologize the figure of Hristina Hranova (1851/52 - 1922) who allegedly has taken part in the Russian-Ottoman War of 1877 - 1878. The major focus is on her biographical narrative, created by herself (and latter on used by her "biographers" during different historical peri...
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The text aims at presenting the Yezidi community in the South Caucasus-Armenia and Georgia. Myths about the Yezdis abound. The epithet “devil-worshipper”-perhaps the most famous of the myths attributed to the Yezidis. The Yezidis are a small Kurmanji-speaking ethno-confessional group, the followers of an doctrine, called Yezidism or the Yezidi reli...
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Prirodni nauki, tekhnologii i sot︠s︡ialni svetove : 17 avtora na statii ; sŭstavitelstvo i redakt︠s︡ii︠a︡ Desislava Lilova. Natural sciences, Technologies and Social Worlds: 17 contributors, Dessislava Lilova (editor)
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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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