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Vladimirova D.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9789540749082.
The study centers on the period of Muslim conquest of Sicily (IXth-XIth century). The first part presents the Byzantine rule, the Arab offensive in th...

Kiuranov D.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9789543206896.
In this book, Deyan Kyuranov talks about his documented participation in the so-called Civic Opposition Movement in the Bulgarian capital Sofia betwee...

Bundzhulov A.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9786190105831.
The book is about the visibilities through which political power is manifested. Visibility should be understood not as a substance existing in objecti...

Vasilev C.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9786197158076.
All you see changes with time. This adage, dating back to the Roman era, would be a very apt way to describe the radical changes in the news media and...

Dolapchiev N.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9786192330989.
The book was written by Bulgarian law professor Nikola Dolapchiev 70 years ago, when he was living abroad as an emigre following his stint as Bulgaria...

Rodev TS.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9786197496468.
A short historical novel about the reign of Theodore Svetoslav Terter of Bulgaria (reigned: 1300-1322). While sticking closely to the historical facts...

Nedev N.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9789543986101.
The book is about Georgi Vulkov (1897-1942), a politician of the Kingdom of Bulgaria who was affiliated with the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union (BZ...

Zlatareva M.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9789542831112.
The book is about the court trial against Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski (1837-1873), which led to his hanging by the Ottoman Turkish authoritie...

ZHdrebev A.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9786190105671.
The monograph makes a remarkably detailed and comprehensive overview of the available literature on populism and its key authors, approaches and conce...

Stankova S.
Sofiia: 2020. ISBN 9789540748924.
The monograph examines the communication situations in which refugees find themselves nowadays. It highlights the fact that refugee movements have bee...
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