Category Archives: Vol 1 (2014)

СТАРИННИЯТ НЕСЕБЪР – МЕЖДУ СВЕТОВНАТА КУЛТУРНА ЦЕННОСТ И ТУРИСТИЧЕСКИЯ БИЗНЕС. ЕТНОГРАФСКО ИЗСЛЕДВАНЕ НА ЕДИН КОНФЛИКТ

Abstract Since the mid-1950s the Ancient city of Nessebar has had the status of national cultural heritage; in 1983 it was inscribed in the World heritage list of UNESCO. The article makes an attempt to study the regimes of using … Continue reading

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BECOMING „EUROPEAN“ INTERPRETATIONS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN EUROPEAN CAPITALS OF CULTURE

Abstract This chapter focuses on the way that the ECOC program was negotiated at the local level in Sibiu/Hermannstadt/Nagyszeben in 2007. Following the approaches of urban anthropology, the city itself stands at the center of attention, highlighting material changes in … Continue reading

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ФЕСТИВАЛЪТ НА МАЗНИТЕ БОРБИ КЪРКПЪНАР В ОДРИН: ПРОБЛЕМИ НА КУЛТУРНОТО НАСЛЕДСТВО

Authors Доц. д-р Николай Вуков Институт за етнология и фолклористика с Етнографски музей, БАН Ул. „Акад. Г. Бончев“ бл. 6 Гл. ас. д-р Лина Гергова Институт за етнология и фолклористика с Етнографски музей, БАН Ул. „Акад. Г. Бончев“ бл. 6 … Continue reading

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SISYPHUS REVISITED: CONSUMPTION AND COLLAPSE IN LATE SOCIALIST BULGARIA

Abstract In thinking about the question of modernity—and really nowadays, what other questions do historians talk about?—I like to use the analogy of the myth of Sisyphus.  It seems to work both in the classroom, and conversations over beer in … Continue reading

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БРОНИСЛАВ КАСПАР МАЛИНОВСКИ – МИТЪТ ЗА ВЕЧНОТО ЗАВРЪЩАНЕ НА АНТРОПОЛОЗИТЕ ИЛИ ДРУГИЯТ СРЕД ДРУГИТЕ

BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI – THE ANTHROPOLOGIST’ MYTH OF ETERNAL RETURN OR THE OTHER AMONG OTHERS Abstract What have postmodern anthropologists discovered in Malinowski? Why Malinowski continues to be interesting to anthropologists today? What is the reason for this unfading curiosity concerning his … Continue reading

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