Among the Texts and Emotions of The Bulgarian National Revival
- Author: Authors Collective
- Year: 14-01-2010
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- Product Code: 523-01
- SKU: 18.0078
- ISBN: 978-954-321-650-5
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Nearly 50 scientists from leading Bulgarian universities and humanitarian institutes of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences as well as foreign researchers in the field of the Bulgarian Revival took part in this collection. Each of the authors did not simply express their collegiate respect of R. Damyanova, but provided their most thoroughly prepared text, related to the problems of her studies, resulting in a vivid conceptual collection that is an up-to-date overview of the studies and achievements of the researchers of the Bulgarian Revival and the Bulgarian culture in general. Undoubtedly, this collection will give a boost to many new types of research. In it, you can find valuable information about unknown biographical portraits of activists of the Bulgarian Revival, the strong contributions of genre-diverse texts, the valuable archive materials published for the first time. But most of all you will find it very useful because of the truly innovative concepts and interpretations in the field of historical sociology and anthropology of collective emotions and sensitivity, collective ideas and national identity.
The collection is dedicated to Senior Research Associate Rumyana Damianova, Ph.D. In 2009 she received the prestigious Pythagoras Prize for her contribution to the scientific world as a well-established scientist. The award was a recognition of her contributions to the emergence of new and unproven perimeters in the interdisciplinary research of Bulgarian culture and the Bulgarian collective consciousness. The articles from this book confirm the perspective and significance of the study in the scientific field of historical sociology and anthropology of emotions and sensitivity developed for the first time in the Bulgarian humanities.
|Genre||Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Theory of Literature, Way of Life & Spirituality, Bulgarian Renaissance, Literary Criticism|