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

News

Summer 2014 Issue, BSA Newsletter

In this issue (for members only, apply for or renew your membership here), you can read:

  • A letter from the Associate Editor with a preview of some possible changes to the organization's publication.
  • Highlights from the 19th Biennial Conference on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature, and Folklore
  • Announcement of the 2013 John Bell Book Prize winner
  • Fasti Online: An Important International Resource on the Archeological Excavations in Bulgaria, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean, by Dr. Elizabeth Fentress and Dr. Nikola Theodossiev

U.S. Fulbright Scholar Awards for Bulgaria 2015–2016

The complete list of Bulgaria awards can be found here. For additional information, please visit the Bulgarian Fulbright Commission's website www.fulbright.bg.

Next Annual BSA Meeting

Fri, November 21, 10:00 to 11:45am, Marriott San Antonio Rivercenter, 5th Floor, Conference Suite 530

Call for Papers - Computational Linguistics in Bulgaria 2014

The First CLIB Conference (CLIB-2014) to be held in Sofia, Bulgaria, on September 4, 2014, is organised by the team of the Department of Computational Linguistics at the Institute for Bulgarian Language, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, in conjunction with the Faculty of Slavic Studies and the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Sofia University. Details at the conference website.

2014 ASEEES Convention

2014 ASEEES Convention on the theme “25 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Historical Legacies and New Beginnings” will be held Nov. 20-23 in San Antonio, TX. Submissions are now closed.