Roumen Daskalov

Roumen Daskalov

Roumen Dontchev DASKALOV


Born: 01.07.1958, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

Professor at the New Bulgarian University (Department of Anthropology) – Sofia

Recurrent Visiting Professor at the Central European University (History Department) – Budapest.

ACADEMIC EMPOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Since 2008 – (Full) Professor at the New Bulgarian University – Sofia

2005-2008 – Associate Professor at the New Bulgarian University

Since 1999 – Associate Professor (since 2006 – Full Professor) at the Central European University – Budapest

2003 (Spring semester), 2000 (Spring semester) – Visiting Associate Professor at the University of California-Berkeley

1995–1999 – Associate Professor (Dozent) at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

1992-1995 – Chief assistant-professor at Sofia University

1989-1992 – Senior assistant-professor at Sofia University

1988-1989 – Assistant-professor at Sofia University


STUDIES, DEGREES


2006 – Doctor of Sciences (thesis: “The Bulgarian Society 1878-1939”) conferred by the Bulgarian Supreme Commission of Attestation

1995 – Habilitation at Sofia University („Between East and West: Bulgarian Cultural Dilemmas“)

1988 – Ph.D. (thesis: “The comparative historical sociology of Max Weber”) at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, conferred by the Supreme Commission of Attestation

1984 – M. A. (thesis in the modern cultural history of Bulgaria), granted by Sofia University

1979-1984 – History at Sofia University with specialization in History and theory of culture

1972-1977 – English Language High School in Sofia

SCHOLARLY INTERESTS IN KEYWORDS


modern and contemporary history

social and cultural history

Bulgarian and Balkan history

historiography

social theory and methods

modernization, under/development

nations and nationalism, national identities

interpretative anthropology


FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AWARDS


2009 – 2013 – Advanced grant of the European Research Council

10/12 2004 – fellowship of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS) – Wassenaaar

6/1997 – 9/1998 – Humboldt fellowship at Freie Universität – Berlin

1997 – Getty grant

7/10 1996 – Fulbright fellowship at the University of Maryland – College Park

9/1995 – 6/1996 – Mellon fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J.

6/7 1995 – scholarship of the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) at Tübingen University

2/1995 – fellowship at St. John’s College, Oxford University

9/1993 – 7/1994 – Jean-Monnet fellowship at the European University Institute in Florence

5/6 1992 – visiting scholarship at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris

1992 – scholarship of the Council of Europe for human rights research

5/7 1991 – fellowship of the European University Institute in Florence


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