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корица Монтана 2022.5 page 0001On December 2, 2022, in the Exhibition Hall of the Regional History Museum in the city of Montana, as compiler and editor, Prof. Alexandre Kostov, PhD, Corresponding Member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, presented the latest book The Bulgarian Northwest: Past and present (Sofia, Tendril Publishing House, 2022, 400 p.). The book is the fourth edition of the branch of the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Tracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IBSCT-BAS) in the city of Montana, opened in 2018. The edition includes the results of studies presented during the scholarly conference held on June 10, 2022 in the city of Montana. The event was organized by the branch of the IBSCT-BAS and the Regional Centre at the BAS in cooperation with the Municipality of Montana, the Regional History Museum and the State Archives - Montana. The new book includes 23 articles dedicated to the history of the Northwest from Antiquity to the beginning of the 21st century, containing scholarly contributions in the fields of history, archaeology, literary studies, ethnology and anthropology. Among the authors are researchers affiliated with the BAS as well as with archives, museums and other institutions from Northwestern Bulgaria - from Montana, Vidin, Vratsa and Lom. The presentation was attended by representatives of cultural institutions in the city. The Mayor of the Municipality of Montana, Mr. Zlatko Zhivkov, and Associate Professor Vanya Ivanova, PhD, Director of the Regional History Museum - Montana, welcomed the attendees.

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Лекция Ели ФилиповаOn December 6, 2022 (Tuesday) at 17:00, Eli Filipova, PhD student at the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Tracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IBSCT-BAS), will give a lecture on the topic "Climatic features in Thrace in the 1st millennium BC". This is the first of three lectures of the seminar Climate and Geographic Features of the Balkans, organized by the Laboratory for the Study of Late Antiquity in the Balkans. You can find more about the upcoming events on the website: https://labalkans.org/en/activities/lectures

The event will be held in person at the IBSCT-BAS (Moskovska Street No. 45). You can also join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/93415907103. No pre-registration is required.

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On November 19, 2022, Marian Karagyozov, political analyst affiliated with the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, was a guest in the program "Saturday 150" on the Bulgaria National radio. He discussed the attack in Turkey and its political consequences for the country and the region.

A full recording of the show is available here.

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logo bg finalOn November 16, 2022 (Wednesday) from 9h30 to 18h00 in "Prof. Marin Drinov" Hall at the central building of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (15 November Street No. 1, 1040 Sofia) will be held an Open Day of the Electronic Infrastructure for the Bulgarian Linguistic and Cultural Heritage KLaDA-BG, in which IBSCT-BAS has a key role.

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15.11.22 България и Гърция в лабиринт от монолози 01The Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Tracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is pleased to invite you to the presentation of the new book by Assoc. Prof. Yura Konstantinova, Dr. habil. Bulgaria and Greece in a Labyrinth of Monologues. The event will be held on November 15, 2022 (Tuesday) at 17h00 at the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Tracology, Moskovska Street No. 45.

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The Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Tracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IBTSCT-BAS) in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain in Bulgaria organizes a seminar on the topic Getting to know the Balkans through the eyes of diplomats, military and journalists. The event will be held on November 8, 2022 (Tuesday) from 15h00 to 18h00 in the Prof. Marin Drinov Hall of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

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On October 31, 2022, Todor Chobanov, PhD affiliated with the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and lecturer at the University of Library Studies and Information Technologies was a guest in the program "History.BG" on the Bulgarian National Television.

The topic of this edition was "The Madara Horseman Enigma"

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On October 15, 2022, Marian Karagyozov, political analyst affiliated with the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences was a guest in the program "Saturday 150" on the Bulgaria National radio. He analyzed the positions of the Republic of Turkey and the Russian Federation regarding the European energy policy.

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58B8B3EC 5756 4F3F B3FD 71939E9720C3On the occasion of October 19 - the feast of Saint Joan of Rila, which since 2016 is also celebrated as the Day of Bulgarian-Hungarian Friendship, His Excellency Christo Polendakov, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria to Hungary, Mr. Plamen Peykov, Director of the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Budapest and Assist. Prof. Alexandra Milanova, PhD, academic coordinator of the IBSCT-BAS, opened the exhibition The Heart of Bulgaria. Masterpieces from the Rila Monastery. Guests of the event were the Apostolic nuncio, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Holy See and doyen of the diplomatic corps in Hungary, the Ambassadors of Greece, Georgia, Mexico and Ecuador, representatives of the National Assembly of Hungary, members of the board of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" in Budapest, members of the Hungarian-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce, scholars and citizens, friends of Bulgaria.

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2022.10.13 Plakat BKI.BudapestThe Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Budapest are pleased to present the exhibition The Heart of Bulgaria. Masterpieces from the Rila Monastery. The official opening will take place on October 13, 2022 (Thursday), at 18h00 at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Budapest, Andrashi Blvd. No. 14. is also celebrated as Bulgarian-Hungarian Friendship Day. The event is organized in relation to the the feast of Saint Joan of Rila on October 19, which since 2016 is also celebrated as the Day of Bulgarian-Hungarian Friendship.

The exhibition The Heart of Bulgaria. Masterpieces from the Rila Monastery is designed by a team of the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences under the National Research Program Cultural Historical Heritage, National Memory and Social Development, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science. The exhibition is blessed by the Abbot of the Rila Holy Monastery and is organized in cooperation with the State Cultural Institute to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria, the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Budapest and the National Commission of Bulgaria for UNESCO at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria.

The exhibition presents masterpieces from the Rila Monastery, the oldest institution in Bulgaria. The monastery, whose significance far exceeds the Balkans, has been a cultural center and a treasury of Orthodox Christianity for more than a thousand years. The Rila Monastery is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the symbols of Bulgaria.

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При засилен интерес от страна на хърватската и българска академична общност премина двудневната международна научна конференция „Хървати и българи. Дипломация, политика, култура и наука“ в гр. Загреб на 28–30 септември 2022 г. Научният форум бе посветен на две важни годишнини – 25-годиини от установяването на научното сътрудничество между Българската академия на науките и Хърватската академия на науките и изкуствата и 30-години от установяването на  дипломатическите отношения между Република България и Република Хърватия.

В програмата на конференцията бе застъпена многообразна проблематика, обхващаща актуални въпроси из областта на историята, културата, дипломацията и литературознанието. Обособени бяха четири отделни панела, оформени на тематичен и хронологически принцип.

Посланикът на Република България в Загреб Генка Георгиева запозна аудиторията с ролята на България в международното признаване на независимостта на Хърватия  след отделянето на страната от Югославия през 1992 г. Нейният доклад бе допълнен от изследването на д-р Бисер Банчев от ИБЦТ при БАН, в което се използват нови архивни материали от Министерството на външните работи по същата тема.

Една от целите на научния форум бе да се хвърли повече светлина върху досегашните проучвания за характера, типологията и развитието на контактите между хървати и българи през различни исторически периоди, с акцент върху времето на модернизационните процеси и формирането на гражданско общество (XIX и XX век).

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