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F Pouqueville Book work docs ADear colleagues and friends,

We are pleased to announce that the book of Assist. Prof. Dr. Alexandra Milanova From Constantinople to Ioannina. Everyday Life in the Balkans through the Eyes of François Pouqueville (Sofia: IBSCT-BAS, 2020, ISBN 978-619-7179-16-3, 402 p.) has been published.

The book is available at the IBSCT-BAS (Moskovska Street No. 45).

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IBCT news 14.12.20

Във финалната фаза на проекта екипът представи основни резултати от извършените дейностите през 2020 г. Представянето беше проведено под формата на онлайн събитие, което може да се види в канала на ИБЦТ в популярна платформа за видео споделяне. В рамките на проекта „Дигитален архив на столичния кмет инж. Иван Иванов“ се дигитализират и популяризират оригинални документи на един от най-успешните кметове на столицата с цел да се допринесе за по-доброто познаване на наследството на инж. Иванов и да се обогати знанието за историческото развитие на столицата. Проектът е с водеща организация ИБЦТ към БАН и е финансиран от Програма „Култура“ на Столична община. Представянето може да бъде видяно на следния линк. 

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корица Монтана 2020.56On the occasion of the Day of the City of Montana (December 2), the main city of the district of the same name, the collective volume Bulgarian Northwest: Transport, Communications and People from Antiquity to the Present Day (Tendril Publishing House) has been published. Compiler of the edition is Prof. Alexandre Kostov, Dr. habil, Corresponding Member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

The book is another significant edition of the branch of the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IBSCT-BAS) in the city of Montana, dedicated to the history and present of this region. It includes ten articles written by researchers from the IBSCT-BAS, the Regional History Museum (RIM) and the State Archives (DA) in Montana. The collective volume presents important issues about the development of the region, related to the construction and use of land roads (roadways and railways) and the first telecommunications, following the example of the telegraph. It also investigates the role of the Danube as an important international artery, and last but not least it studies the influence of different communication opportunities on the lives of people from the region from Antiquity to the present day.

The activity of the branch of IBSCT in the city of Montana as well as the preparation of this collective volume has been supported by Mr. Zlatko Zhivkov, Mayor of Montana, by RIM - Montana, DA - Montana, and the Regional Academic Center (RAC) - Montana. The publication became possible thanks to the financial support of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Borislav Velikov - Chairman of the 39th National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

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Cover Balkani 9Dear colleagues and friends,

We are pleased to announce that the new, ninth issue of the peer-review journal Balkans has been published. Balkans is a peer-review journal published by the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The topic of the latest issue is The Balkans and the sea.

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Presentation of the last issue of the journal by Prof. Alexandre Kostov, Dr. habil., Corresponding Member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Dear colleagues,

On November 6, 2020 a round table will be organized on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Prof. Veselin Beshevliev. Due to the epidemic situation in the country, the event will be held remotely at the following link: https://meet.nasledstvo.bg/ThracicaetProtobulgaricaKruglaMasa120godiniVesselinBeshevliev

Registration is not required. To join the round table it is necessary to follow the above-mentioned link on November 6, 2020 at 10h00.

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

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osmanski Solun koritsa prednaOn the eve of the National Awakeners' Day - November 1, the Management Board of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences awarded distinguished scientists from the BAS for individual and collective contribution to the formation of the H-index of the Academy, as well as for significant monographs of national importance.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. habil. Yura Konstantinova from the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology was awarded a diploma for the book The Bulgarians in the Ottoman Salonica (IBSCT, 2020).

Assoc. Prof. Konstantinova's monograph is the first comprehensive study of the participation of Bulgarians in the political, economic and social life of Salonica during the Ottoman period. The e-book is available on the website of the project Thessaloniki and the Bulgarians: History, Memory, Present, funded by the Bulgarian Science Fund.

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LSimeonovaPosterF 1Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to the lecture of Prof. Liliana Simeonova, Dr. habil. The God-protected Constantinople. City with special status and limited access, 4th - 12th c.

The event will be held on November 3, 2020 (Tuesday) at 17h30 at the Building of the Rectorate of Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, room 21A.

This scholarly event is organized by the Seminar of the Center for Regional Studies and Analyzes (CRSA) at the Faculty of History of Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski.

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IMG 1668On October 20, 2020 at the Hungarian Cultural Institute – Sofia Dr. Catherine Orel gave a public lecture on Multiculturalism in the Cities of the Habsburg Empire 1880-1914. The event was organised by the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IBSCT-BAS) in partnership with the Hungarian Cultural Institute – Sofia under the National Research Program Cultural Historical Heritage, National Memory and Social Development, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science.

Mrs. Szandra Miskedi, Director of the Hungarian Cultural Institute – Sofia and Prof. Dr. Roumiana Preshlenova, Director of the IBSCT-BAS opened the event, welcomed the audience and gave the floor to the guest lecturer from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris Dr. Catherine Horel. The lecture was attended by Renaud Dorlhiac from the Center for Turkish, Ottoman, Balkan and Central Asian Studies (CETOBaC), a guest of the IBSCT-BAS.

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