Bulgarian Studies Association

The Bulgarian Studies Association is a non-profit scholarly organization which promotes the study of and exchange of knowledge about all aspects of Bulgaria and Bulgarians: language, literature, culture, history, politics, economics and international relations.

  • Roses...

  • Melnik

  • Ethnographic museum, Plovdiv

  • Kukeri puppets

  • Etura Ethnographic complex

  • Rila Monastery

  • Etura Ethnographic complex

  • Shipka

  • Tsarevets Hill, Veliko Turnovo

  • Martenici

  • Martenici

  • Veliko Turnovo, the old town

  • Roman amphitheatre, Plovdiv

  • St. George's church and the Presidency

  • The Palace of the Bulgarian Orthodox Chuch Holy Synod

  • Plovdiv, Old Town

  • Perperikon

  • Melnik

  • Devil's Throat cave

  • St. Sophia Church, Sofia


Panel proposal for the 2015 ASEEES conference

Bulgarian Studies Association is seeking to sponsor one panel proposal, generally focused on Bulgaria, for the 2015 ASEEES conference (http://www.aseees.org/convention). To be considered, please send your proposal to warnerv “at” uab.edu by February 9th by using the Panel Proposal Submission Form at the bottom of http://www.aseees.org/convention/cfp.
The panel proposals will be reviewed by the BSA officers with an announcement being made by February 13th.

Minutes from the 2014 BSA meeting

... are available now in the members’ area.

The John D. Bell Memorial Book Prize for 2014

... has been awardes to Elena Kostova for her book Medieval Melnik from the Late Twelfth to the Late Fourteenth Centuries: Historical Vicissitudes of a Small Balkan Town, Sofia: ARCS, 2013.

All BSA newsletters (almost) now available in the members’ area

Click the “Members’ Area” menu item in the BSA menu at the top of the page

Sociolinguistics Conference in Sofia

The twelfth international sociolinguistics conference in Sofia will take place on 5 and 6 June 2015. Here you can find the call for papers, application form and style requirements for papers. Deadline for applications: 1 December 2014.