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International Conference Routes of literary communication of Eastern and Southern Slavs in the 11th-20th centuries, 21-22 November 2019, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia
Prof. Dsc Anissava Miltenova, Coordinator
Institute for Literature of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Prof. Dsc Anissava Miltenova
Prof. DSc Rumyana Damyanova
Prof. DSc Maria Yovcheva
Assoc. Prof. DSc Ana Stoykova
Assoc. Prof. PhD Radoslava Stankova
Asisst. Prof. PhD Maya Petrova‐Taneva
Assoc. Prof. PhD Radostin Rusev
Assoc. Prof. PhD Radoslava Ilcheva
Assist. Prof. PhD Denitza Petrova
Assist. Prof. PhD Ivan Iliev PD
PhD Andriana Spasova PD
Nikolay Zhelev, DS
Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Prof. Dsc Igor Kaliganov - project leader
Prof. Dr A.A.Turilov
Assoc. Prof. Dr L.K.Gavryushina
Assoc. Prof. Dr Smolyaninova M.G.
Assist. Prof. Dr Sozina Yu.A.
Assoc. Prof. Dr Iskenderov P.A.
Assist. Prof. Dr Frolova M.M.
Assist. Prof. Dr Melchakova K.
Assist. Prof. Dr Gusev N.S.
I. N. Smirnova PS
Department of Languages and Cultures, section Slavic and East‐European Studies, Ghent University
Prof. Dr Dieter Stern - project leader
Amber Veselinova Ivanov
Assist. Prof. Dr Michel De Dobbeleer
South and East Slavs: Diversity and Interaction of Written Cultures 11th‐20th c.
ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 – S&T
The aim of the project is to create a virtual museum of written culture in relation to the social, religious, cultural, and ideological environment and relations between the South and East Slavs throughout the centuries (from the 11th to the beginning of the 20th century). Facts of interaction between their cultural heritage are not yet well known or misinterpreted. Written culture and its manifestations are an irrefutable documents of multiformity, attraction and repulsion among cultures, through them we identify the most significant ups and downs in communication.