President: Raia Zaimova, Institute
for Balkan Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, email@example.com
Bulgarian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies was
founded in 1992 in Sofia. It now counts 43 members, most of them
are affiliated to Sofia University, to Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,
to National Library, to the universities in Plovdiv, Veliko Turnovo,
Shumen, Blagoevgrad, to some local museums, etc. The Bulgarian Society
is active member of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century
Studies and takes part in all its activities.
The Society promotes studies of eighteenth-century
history and culture in Bulgarian, Balkan and European context. Supports
international co-operation and networking. Organizes interdisciplinary
conferences and publishes collected articles.
Books, Editors and Typography in the 18th and 19th
Century (Sofia, 1993).
International conference dedicated to Voltaire (Sofia, 1994) with
participants from Albania, Belgium, France, Romania.
Cultural Spaces in the 18th and 19th Century (Sofia,
Eighteen Century in Bulgaria (Sofia, 1999).
International conference To Think the other – Images,
Stereotypes, Crises (18th –20th Centuries) (Sofia, 2000) with participants
from Albania, Belgium, Greece, France, Romania, Russia, Turkey and
The Modernity: Yesterday
and Today. (Sofia, 2002).
Money, Words, Memory.
The Enlightened Laughter.
To Think the other – Images, Stereotypes, Crises,
Kralica Mab, Sofia, 2001.
The Modernity: Yesterday and Today, Kralica
Mab, Sofia, 2002.
Money, Words, Memory, Kralica
Mab, Sofia, 2003.