Tag Archives: Communism

(Never) Forget Your Past – Buzludzha Monument

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Buzludzha Monument, also known as The Monument-Home of the Bulgarian Communist Party, is a building surrounded by controversy. Learn more about its history and the reasons behind the contention around it.

Psychiatry in Communist Bulgaria

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Julian Chehirian, an American Fullbright scholar, presented his research on psychiatric practices in Communist Bulgaria.

Buzludzha: Memories In the Dust

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The Documentary Filmmaking class held an emotional screening of their class project on Wed, Dec. 10.

The Transition

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A week of commemorating the fall of the Berlin wall inspired one of our owls to analyze the transition from communism to democracy.

To Govern or Not to Govern: Bulgarian Cabinet Vol. 43

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After the government elections on Oct. 5, 2014, Bulgaria managed to form its new Government. Read an analysis of the situation by one of AUBG Daily's owls.

Remembering 1989: Professors

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AUBG professors shared their memories on the fall of the Berlin wall.

The Celebration of United Europe Began

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"The Remembering 1989: 25 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall" series opened with a documentary screening and an exhibition of propaganda posters.

Anything New After the Cold War?

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Harvard program director on Cold War studies debunks the myths around that era for AUBG students.

Communism, Modernity and The Lost Identities

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Former Harvard Professor Paul Hollander visits AUBG to share his insight on Modern Society

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