This issue is dedicated to the 11th Congress of South-East European Studies of AIESEE "South-East Europe and European Integration: Political, Socioeconomic and Social Aspects", hold in Sofia from 31 August to 4 September 2015 http://balkanstudies.bg/congress2015/en/. It contains welcome messages, opening speeches and a selection of papers from different panels of the congress which were submitted for publication.
"Frontières aux confins de l’Europe: mémoires et identités parallèles"
Vanya LOZANOVA, Mirabilia: Miracles and Monsters. Several Preliminary Words
Vanya LOZANOVA, Mirabilia еt Monstra
Valeria FOL, The Great Goddess-Mother and the Monster Kenchrines
Joanna SPASSOVA-DIKOVA, Fantastic Creatures in Performative Arts
Ruja POPOVA, The Heraclean Tradition and Thrake Tempted into Poisons and Miracles
Vyara KALFINA, Hecuba’s Metamorphosis into a Dog: Toponymic and Literary Dimensions
Nevena PANOVA, Monstrosity vs. Hospitality. Two Meetings between Odysseus and Polyphemus
Penka DANOVA, On the Miracles of Bulgaria in 13th–14th Century Western European Treatises and Encyclopaediae: Unicornia, Tigrides and Castoria
Albena GEORGIEVA, The Miracle Working Healing Spring
Vihra BAEVA, Loved by a Dragon: Topoi and Idiosyncrasies in Oral Narratives from Bulgaria
Iliyana GARAVALOVA, Erketch Tale about Dragons and Wild People
Ivona KARACHOROVA, Prayers and Spells against Unholy and Evil Spirits in a Nineteenth-Century Prayer Canon