Nurie Muratova

Nurie Muratova
South-West University "Neofit Rilski" · Department of History

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The article examines the process of forced assimilation of Pomacs and Turks in the 1970s-80s and the denial of the violence by the communist regime in Bulgaria. Three cases have been presented in which the regime uses the same prepared individuals and prepared situations aimed at deceiving the global public about the violent Bulgarisation and perse...
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The article aims is to trace the life and scientific adaptation of three women from the Turkish community in Bulgaria who were engaged in science during the communist period.They are the only ones from the Turkish community in Bulgaria who during the communist period were engaged in science in the field of humanities. The three have different desti...
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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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СЪДЪРЖАНИЕ Публикации на доц. д-р Анастасия Пашова………………………………. 9 Евелина Келбечева, Нурие Муратова Отхвърлени знания. Представяне на мюсюлманските малцинства в българските учебни-ци…….. 18 Петър Воденичаров „Човек живее за едното име“. Комунистическата държавна сигурност и насилствената асимилация на мюсюлманите в България /1945 – 1990/: език...
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The paper presents the nonresearched question about the Turks from Bulgaria who studded in Baku in the 1950s. In this period in Bulgaria the Soviet policy for acknowledging of the rights of the national minorities was applied and the communist regime aimed at directing Bulgarian Turks to the Turkic republics of Soviet Union and especially to Azerba...
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The research is focussed on the scientific carrier and life destiny of Hayriye Süleymanoğlu Yenisoy, lecturer of Turkish language at Sofia University, interpreted in the wider frame of the policies of the communist regime to Turks in Bulgaria. We followed how the political events in the second half of the 20th century in communist Bulgaria played a...
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The paper follows the life trajectory of three women-Rayna Lapardova (1904-1980), Nevena Elmazova (1895-1981) and Tsvetana Tsacheva (1896-1974), who are not even mentioned in the history of the Bulgarian Agrarian Movement to which they devoted their lives nor yet in the stories about the resistance against the communist regime whose victims they be...
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1 Abstract: The travel notes of Abdurrahman Seoharvi about his journey in August 1912 in the Balkan countries (Bulgaria and Serbia) are a specific view toward these countries in the eve of the Balkan wars 1912-1913. Inspired by publications about Muslims in China and Russia he was interested to see and describe places, towns and people, cultural an...
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The paper follows the life trajectory of three women - Rayna Lapardova (1904-1980), Nevena Elmazova (1895-1981) and Tsvetana Tsacheva (1896-1974), who are not even mentioned in the history of the Bulgarian Agrarian Movement to which they devoted their lives nor yet in the stories about the resistance against the communist regime whose victims they...
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The author follows the professional successes and the personal experience of the one of the first women in the modern science – the Russian mathematician Sofia Kovalevska. The dialogue between her strong will, energy and intellect in the male world of science and her delicate sensibility and deep emotionality in her literary works has been analysed...
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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 article examines the development of the discipline of ethnic anthropology in the USSR and its implementation in Bulgaria. Major focus is the anthropological study of Pomaks (Bulgarian Muslim) and Turks in the Rhodopes Mountains, organized by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in 1980-1981. The conclusion of this study was that both Bulgarian Mus...
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The tourist movement in Bulgaria started at the end of the 19th century. In the interwar period the tourist movement ideology became more nationalistic and more connected to the state institutions. After the Communist takeover on 9 September 1944 the tourist movement was based on a new ideological and organizational foundation. It was included in t...
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Muslim women became an object of the Communist Party politics in Bulgaria during the time of four decades. The relative closed live in their communities, the religiosity, which contradicted the official communist ideology as well as the esthetic confrontation with the socialist ideal of modern women made the Muslim women a group difficult to be con...
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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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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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One of the aims of the project .Archive fonds of women and minorities. was the elaboration of electronic catalogue to expose the existing archive fonds concerning the history of women and minorities in Bulgaria. The catalogue supplies information about the archive fonds of women and minorities in the 29 archives in Bulgaria. It is on the site: www....
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I have researched the group of Bulgarian speaking Muslims called Pomacs. The women of this group were considered as backward in their cultural, educational and everyday life development. Third traditional clothing, low education, strong religiosity, and the lack of modern social life contradicted to the communist atheist ideology and the proclaimed...
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The author analyses the statistic data of suicide and prostitution among deferent age and social groups in 1920-1930s Bulgarian society. The increasing rate of urban youngsters, mainly of poor peasant origin, new comers to the town, involved in prostitution and permitted suicide are due to the political and economic crises after the wars, urbanizat...
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Book Rewiew and Comments: "I Would Like the Man to Be Always Pleasant and Let's Talk", Neophit Rilski South West University, Blagoevgrad, 1998

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