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POLITICAL SUBJECTIVITY: SOME DOUBTS ABOUT ITS UTILITY IN ANTHROPOLOGY – Christian Giordano

Abstract The concept of “political subjectivity” would appear to be characterized by a contradictio in adjecto since it evokes an individual viewpoint or perhaps an individualistic one in contrast with the idea of polis as well as its derivatives, such … Continue reading

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“FOR CLEAN FOOD” MOVEMENT OR HOW GLOBAL IDEAS GROW AND DEVELOP ON BULGARIAN GROUND – Atanaska Stancheva

Abstract The current global environmental situation drives different international organizations, governments, scientists and grassroots movements to seek solutions for more sustainable development. Everyday eating is a basic need that requires an enormous amount of resources and has a huge impact … Continue reading

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EVERYDAY LIFE DURING SOCIALISM: ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATIVE MEMORY / Dilyana Ivanova

Abstract This paper explores narratives containing memories of everyday life in Rousse during socialism, and it creates an oral history profile of the town during the same period. The text discusses the most common themes in the biographical stories through … Continue reading

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THE BASEMENT OF SOCIALISM – Nikolay Nenov

Abstract The socialist everyday life already has multiple interpretations and emphases. This paper focuses on the time of cohabitation in socialist dorms (prefabricated blocks of flats). Occupants construct living worlds and relationships that are built upon sympathy, benefits, and seniority. … Continue reading

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ПЪРВИТЕ СТЪПКИ НА АМЕРИКАНО-БЪЛГАРСКИТЕ СТЪПКИ НА АМЕРИКАНО-БЪЛГАРСКОТО СЪТРУДНИЧЕСТВО – СКАЙЛЪР И МАКГАХАН СЛЕД АПРИЛ 1876 Г. THE FIRST STEPS OF AMERICAN-BULGARIAN POLITICAL COOPERATION: EUGENE SCHYLER AND ALOIUS MACGAHAN AFTER THE APRIL REVOLT OF 1876 Пенка Ангелова, Евелина Келбечева/ Penka Angelova, Evelina Kelbecheva

Abstract The subject of this paper is one unknown historical source: The Report of Eugene Schuler (September 28, 1876). (Papers to the Foreign relations of the United States, transmitted to Congress with the Annual of the President. December 4, 1876. … Continue reading

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