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3 December 2008
Discussion "'68 The Prague Spring and Bulgaria"

On the 13th of December (Saturday) at 2 p.m. at the City Hotel Sofia, (6, Stara Planina Str.) the Institute for Studies of the Recent Past organizes public discussion on the topic:

1968. The Prague Spring and Bulgaria

The aim of the discussion is to think over and conceptualize the various points of view, debates, recollections and generational receptions of the '68 events that appeared in the Bulgarian media during the last year. It will also touch the Bulgarian role in the military intervention and 'normalization' of the Czech Republic.

The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Ivaylo Znepolski while short papers will be presented by Zhelyu Zhelev (former Bulgarian President), Georgi Lozanov (media expert), Rangel Valchanov (film director), Vladimir Migev (historian), Daniel Vachkov (historian), Plamen Doynov (literary researcher) and Diana Ivanova (journalist and researcher).

Detailed programme of the discussion is available only in Bulgarian!

 
20 October 2010
 
Call For Papers: The Balkans in the Cold War
 
an international conference that will study the region in the context of the Cold War.
 
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18 May 2010
 
Book Presentation "This is My Past"
 
Institute for Studies of the Recent Past and CIELA Publishers have the pleasure to invite you to the public promotion of the two volume collection
 
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Bibliography

Tomasz Kamusella
 
Ethnic Cleansing during the Cold War. The Forgotten 1989 Expulsion of Turks from Communist Bulgaria
 
London / New York: Routledge Press, 2019
Ivaylo Znepolski, Mihail Gruev, Momtchil Metodiev, Martin Ivanov, Daniel Vatchkov, Ivan Elenkov, Plamen Doy
 
"Bulgaria under Communism"
 
Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2019
Maria Todorova, Augusta Dimou, and Stefan Troebst
 
Remembering Communism: Private and Public Recollections of Lived Experience in Southeast Europe
 
Budapest: CEU Press, 2014
 
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