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Milan Tomašević – JADRANKA ĐORĐEVIĆ CRNOBRNJA, ‘WE NEVER CUT TIES WITH GORA’. ETHNICITY, COMMUNITY AND TRANSMIGRATIONS OF GORANI PEOPLE IN BELGRADE. The Institute of Ethnography SASA, Special Edition, Volume 93, 276 pp.

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Петър Воденичаров – МАРИНЕЛА П. МЛАДЕНОВА. БАНАТСКИЯТ БЪЛГАРСКИ КНИЖОВЕН ЕЗИК В КОНТЕКСТА НА СЛАВЯНСКАТА МИКРОЛИНГВИСТИКА. (ИСТОРИЯ, ДИНАМИКА НА НОРМАТА И ЕЗИКОВИ ПОЛИТИКИ. Университетско издателство „Неофит Рилски“, Благоевград, 2021, ISBN 978-954-00-0262-0

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Ана Лулева – ETHNOLOGIA EUROPAEA. Vol. 50. Issue 1. RE-ENCHANTMENT, RITUALIZATION, HERITAGE-MAKING: PROCESSES RECONFIGURING TRADITION IN EUROPE. EDITORS: ALESSANDRO TESTA (Guest Editor), CYRIL ISNART (Guest Editor).

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PERSPECTIVES UPON BULGARIAN SOCIALIST/POST-SOCIALIST EVERYDAY LIFE OF THOSE WHO “REMAIN” AND THOSE WHO “LEFT” Dilyana Ivanova Zieske, William Frederick Zieske

Abstract This article explores perspectives among Bulgarian immigrants in the United States in remembering everyday life during the socialist and post-socialist periods and compares their reflections upon these periods with the views expressed by those who remained in Bulgaria. Our … Continue reading

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КОНФЛИКТНИ ВЪЗГЛЕДИ ПРИ ОБЯВЯВАНЕТО НА ПРИРОДНИ ОБЕКТИ ЗА ЗАЩИТЕНИ. СЛУЧАЯТ ДЖУЛЮНГЬОЛ / CONFLICTING VIEWS ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PROTECTED AREAS: THE CASE OF JULYUNGYOL Петър Петров

Abstract In the late 1970s, Julyungyol (lit. Water-chestnut Marsh) was one of the only marshes remaining after thousands of hectares of marshland had been drained to create additional agricultural land for the large collective farms in socialist Bulgaria. It was … Continue reading

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