Interdisciplinary Conference

Modernity Yesterday and Today

25 – 26 February 2002

Sofia University

 

  • Nadegda Dragova. Les copies de Paissij de Hilendar: mythes et réalités.
  • Lubomir Georgiev. Manifestations of the modern spirit among the Bulgarian Catholics in Transilvania and Banat in the 18th century.
  • Nadia Danova. Les ideés de Lumière et la modernisation des mentalités.
  • Elena Tacheva. War and Modernity: Through the Texts of Sofroniy of Vratsa.
  • Ivan Parvev. To be or not to be. Thoughts about expelling the Ottomans from Southeastern Europe in 1789.
  • Snezka Panova. Integration of the Bulgarian Merchants in International Trade During the18th Century.
  • Sava Sivriev. Athanasiy Neskovich and his History Of The Slav-Bulgarian People (Budum, 1801).
  • Rumjana Radkova. Le Bulgare de l’epoque du Reveil national en route vers sa derniere maison.
  • Raïa Zaïmova. Images du Bulgare dans la litterature occidentale (XIXe s. – début du XXe s.)
  • Nikolay Chernokozhev. Aneignungen der Modernität.
  • Adelina Strandgeva. Europe and the mobility of its cultural boundery.
  • Julia Nikolova. Tell his name…
  • Rumjana Damjanova. Advertisement/Publicity in the Renaissance or the Emerging of the “awaiting man”.
  • Vesela Dimova. Les nouveautés – tentation, menace et nécessité pour les Bulgares de l’époque du Réveil national
  • Lidia Mihova. Mademoiselles and Crinolines: On the literary interpretations of female clothing during the Enlightenment.
  • Mila Krasteva. The Pasport of Malakov.
  • Nikoleta Patova. Europe – a threat or a craving?
  • Boris Angelov. Lyuben Karavelov and his interpretation of ‘Civilization Misunderstood’.
  • Nikolay Aretov. Dialectic of Traditional and Modern: Vidrica by Mincho Kunchev.
  • Nadezda Andreeva. Die Modern Folklore – “Belauschte Lieder” von Assen Rastzvetnikov
  • Antoaneta Balcheva. The old Garment of New Time.
  • Bisera Dakova. Die bulgarischen Symbolismen.
  • Romiana L. Stanchéva. Georges Papazov comme écrivain.
  • Eliana Raytcheva. Le rapport texte/image dans les cartes bulgares illustrées d’après la littérature européenne au début du XX-ème siècle.
  • Christo Manolakev. “Choice” and “Responsibility” – The Modern Liberal Project of XVIII Century and “Female Suicide” in Russian Literature.
  • Radoslava Ilcheva. The bronze idols of Russia.
  • Iordanka Bibina. At the treshold of the time: Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar and modern Turksih poetry.
  • Sanya Velkova. Tradition and Modernisation: the Greek example before one Century.
  • Jasmina Mojsieva-Gusheva. (Skopje) Crises and Technical Innovations as Spiritus Movens in Art.
  • Margarita Harbova. Influences europeennes et l’identite ethnoculturelle des Bulgares.
  • Dessislava Nicolaidou. European Influences on the Rich Balkan Home in the 18th and 19th Century. (On Examples of Bulgaria and Greece)
  • Dobrina Zheleva-Martins. First Steps Towards Modernization and Europeanization of Bulgarian Town-Planning.