ÉTUDES BALKANIQUES

ISSN: 0324-1645       ISSN (online): 2534-8574

Études balkaniques

Etudes balkaniques is a quarterly peer-review journal, which has been publishing research since 1964. Research papers related to the Balkan countries in French, English, German, Russian and Italian have appeared in it, thus making them available to a wide scientific community across borders.

Special Editions of Études balkaniques

Actual Review

Published online: 21 Dec 2020

Sommaire

Biser BANCHEV, The Albanian Community in South Serbia and Its Leaders (2010-2014)

Irina OGNYANOVA, Croatia’s “Long Journey” to the EU

Aikaterini (Katerina) MARKOU, La « minorité musulmane » en Thrace grecque: le contexte socio-économique et religieux (1990-2019)

Spaska SHUMANOVA, The Issue of the Environmental Protection of the City of Rousse in the Bulgarian-Romanian Relations

Elene GOGIASHVILI, Drachen- und Riesengestalten in georgischen und bulgarischen Volksmärchen

Études dix-huitiémistes dans les Balkans

Ileana MIHAILA, Les Roumains des Lumières, lecteurs de la littérature de leur époque, vus au long du XXe siècle

Comptes rendus

Hüseyin MEVSIM, The World as a Picture, the Picture as a World (Margarita Serafimova, Orhan Pamuk i Imeto mi e Cherven. Ot osmanskata miniatyura do postmoderniya roman [Маргарита Серафимова, Орхан Памук и Името ми е Червен. От османската миниатюра до постмодерния роман]. Veliko Tarnovo, Faber, 2020)

Yura KONSTANTINOVA, A Journey through Modern Greek Poetry (Fotiny Iannis Christakoudy, Problemi na gratskiya literaturen razvoi 1880-1930 [Фотини Янис Христакуди, Проблеми на гръцкия литературен развой 1880-1930]. Sofia, IK Ni plus, 2020)

Zorka PARVANOVA, Ottoman Salonica in the Bulgarian Historical Memory. (Yura Konstantinova, Bulgarite v osmanskiya Solun [Юра Константинова, Българите в османския Солун]. Sofia, IBCT – BAN, 2020) 

Dobrinka PARUSHEVA, The Bulgarian Presence in Thessaloniki: Personal Stories, Community Interests, Intercommunity Relations (Solun i bulgarite: istoriya, pamet, savremie. Sast. i red. Yura Konstantinova, Nadia Danova, Yordan Zhelev [Солун и българите: история, памет, съвремие. Съст. и ред. Юра Константинова, Надя Данова, Йордан Желев]. Veliko Tarnovo, Faber, 2019)

Evlogi STANCHEV, A Balkan Model of Catholic Confessionalization? Missionary Activities and (Proto-)National Identity in the Early Modern Ottoman Balkans (Antal Molnár, Confessionalization on the Frontier. The Balkan Catholics between Roman Reform and Ottoman Reality. Roma, Viella, 2019)

 

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Éd. Etudes balkaniques (Sofia)
Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology - BAS
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Europe - EUR 72 (single issue EUR 20)
USA, Japan - EUR 90 (single issue EUR 25)
The materials published in the journal since 1990, could be purchased on the Internet as well:
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